“The failure of the Dover woodchip dump is a victory for a community of 600 dedicated to preserving its lifestyle and job-rich hospitality industry”, Bob Brown said tonight.
Monday’s packed public meeting in Huonville was the proposal's death-knell: it put on show the huge public opposition.
This decision is more about pent-up public opinion than penned-up Tassal salmon. It flags a wider feeling in Tasmania that industrial logging is nowadays bad news for Tasmania's transformed economy.
Jenny Weber 0427 366 929
26 July 2018