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In Woonona NSW on “Commercial - demolition of...” at 74 Russell Street, Woonona NSW 2517:

Nichole Root commented

As a resident of woonona I object to this development as the over population to this street now is at its maximum , I have been involved in many near misses and many times there has been accidents in the street, side mirrors off cars as it’s not safe to have 2 cars travel down the street together with parked cars on both side.
A lot of residents of Russell street refuse to use Robert street as it’s a blind corner and no vision to see the cars coming up the street at a fast pace and you the limited vision when there are cars parked on both sides of the road it’s a dangerous corner, another 60 cars would cause this to be a greater issue and could lead to more accidents or the fatality of a young child if some parents decided to walk there child to the childcare centre in question
The street is far too narrow to handle this many cars which already includes residential homes and many strata properties which congest the road now being there would be major safety concern to now have more cars and young children.
Russell street is already a cultersac street and this would cause major congestion issues at pick up and drop off times for residents an not to mention the childrens safety.
This is not a safe or suitable site to have this child care centre and would be a major issue to Russell street residents and the town of Woonona.

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