Locally, here on our farm at Moonbah we are pretty excited. Three weeks ago we completed the installation of our solar panels and batteries, a 13.2 kW system. Since then we have avoided a total of 776 kg of carbon dioxide emissions (getting close to a tonne, and every tonne matters if we want to do the collective hard work to avoid 1.5 degrees of global warming!).
Reference the letter from Pamela Warburton:
I’m afraid, Pamela Warburton, your memory of democracy must be far more selective than mine when you make reference to the idyllic ‘democracy’ you once knew.
Our roads are in a disastrous state.
The rot started on 31/1/1981 when the Monaro Shire amalgamated with the Cooma Municipality to form the Cooma Monaro Shire.
Yet again, Council’s malodorous involvement with Werralong Road in Dalgety continues to raise eyebrows. Any reasonable person would believe that if your land is being forcibly acquired, you would have access and the right to understand the reasons why and who was involved underpinning such a decision. Clearly, this is not the case with Werralong Road.
There is light at the end of tunnel, Covid-speaking.
Like every other resident in NSW, The Postman can’t wait until we regain some freedom from these horrible virus-driven regulations.
Those of us using one or more of the various social media platforms (and I’m guessing that would be most of us) have probably seen that colourful post doing the rounds; it’s all tricked out in bright boho hues, with a peace sign and a cute kombi van for good measure. So joyful, so playful, and so redolent of the sentient days of peace, love and Patchouli incense. And it grabs your attention.