We, the undersigned residents, businesses and visitors of Katoomba, oppose the LED X/204/2009 on the corners of Great Western Highway and Albion and Cooper Streets in Katoomba, currently before the Blue Mountains City Council. Any (not just Woolworths) petrol station built there would: - generate large additional volume of traffic on the already busy highway as well as on the streets around the project - create more traffic accidents in already dangerous and accident-prone bend of the highway, one of its few blind corners, as well as on Albion Street - create far too great disturbance of residences surrounding the site - would destroy both living and visual environment through its light- and aesthetic- pollution - would endanger water catchment area north of Katoomba town, including the Minni-haha Falls, one of the tourist attractions in the area which is an inseparable part of the World Heritage Area, and the Grose River which is a tributary of Hawkesbury River, Sydney's playground - would endanger local pristine environment-dependent business such as organic farming and tourism - because there already are enough service stations in the area, the Woolworths one would most probably destroy - not create - local work opportunities. We are asking the BMCC to reject the development proposal. (After the signing process you will be asked to make a VOLUNTARY donation to the host of the petition, however it's only optional and you are free to ignore this. Thank you for supporting our petition.)
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Nancy Roussy, Canada2 years ago Comments: -
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beth norling, Australia5 years ago Comments: please re consider this proposal. the site is too residential and too large for our small community here in north katoomba.
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