MidCoast Council allow Tinonee's 'Grace Cottage' street sign
We request MidCoast Council allow the 'Grace Cottage' sign that is attached to the street pole on the corner of Waterman Close and Burdett Street in Tinonee.
The sign was attached to the pole in late November 2017 and gifted to Waterman Close resident, Ainslee Dennis. It is cherished and reflects the title of her home, which is named for her daughter, Grace.
The home is not a commercial premises.
Waterman Close is hidden in the back streets of Tinonee, has few residents and the sign does not create a traffic hazard, is not a catalyst for confusion for motorists and does not detract from the amenity of the area.
We understand MidCoast Council has received a complaint about the sign and as a consequence, Miss Dennis has been advised to remove it from the pole.
Our many voices challenge the complaint of the one, and should form part of the decision-making process when it comes to a review of the decision in relation to the allowance of the sign.
We request MidCoast Council allow the 'Grace Cottage' street sign to remain.