By TONY FOSTER*
THE design for a new Bridgewater Bridge must meet future needs and not just current-day demands.
As a vital link in the north-south network, Bridgewater needs a bridge that will meet Tasmania’s requirements, not just today, but for next 100 years.
Looking forward a century is the sort of vision and leadership that Tasmania requires, but sadly, leadership and a real vision for the future is lacking with the current proposal to replace the Bridgewater Bridge. Continue reading “Bridgewater Bridge must be built for the future”
THE State Government’s proposed takeover of TasWater could cost Tasmanian councils up to $45.7 million a year in lost distributions after 2025.
Brighton Council’s losses alone will amount to more than $1.4 million a year, equal to 15 percent of the municipality’s annual rate revenue. Continue reading “Councils face $45.7m cut in yearly TasWater revenue”
BOOK week was celebrated in schools throughout the State recently, and most particularly in Brighton. Continue reading “Book Week plots a winning course”
BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster says the design for a new Bridgewater Bridge must meet future needs and not just current-day demands.
Cr Foster said as a vital link in the north-south network, Bridgewater needed a bridge that would meet Tasmania’s requirements for next 100 years. Continue reading “Bridgewater Bridge must be a bridge for the future”