WTP plans

To: Geoff Price <>, "" <>
Subject: WTP plans
From: Kev Lobotomi <>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2014 19:24:08 +1000
Any plans to allow this ridiculous pier onto the WTP should be fully and 
heavily protested. This site is the most important area for biodiversity in the 
whole of central Victoria & in terms of biomass in the world! There is no way 
this should happen!-Kevin Bartram
> Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2014 08:46:27 +1000
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> Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] WTP plans
> If this does become the official Labor plan, we are left with a Devil's 
> Alternative: A monstous, lumbering pier and associated infrastructure 
> cutting right through the the Treatment Plant, or the potential 
> eco-disaster to Western Port if the Liberal's Hastings Plan is accepted. 
> Either way the murky world of big business and "progress" will cut a 
> swathe of destruction through internationally significant environments. 
> I shudder at the thought of massive oil tankers steaming past the 
> penguins, seals and shearwaters of Phillip Island, emptying their tanks 
> onto the pristine, fragile ecosystem of French Island ... yet the Point 
> Wilson idea is equally hatched from insanity. This whole idea seems 
> fraught with disaster, hopefully it will be elsewhere, somewhere with a 
> deepwater port and lesser environmental significance.
> On 30/07/2014 6:13 PM, Tom Tarrant wrote:
> > Just seen Labor's plan
> > <>
> > for the Point Wilson area, it might upset a few people....
> >
> > Tom
> >
> >
> >
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