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Old Posted Dec 17, 2008, 9:05 PM
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Yes, every little fishing village needs its own $8.5 M community centre. Heaven forbid that they should have to drive 15 minutes to Spryfield or Clayton Park or whatever.

It is very unfair how council allocates resources and horrible from an economic perspective. There's a natural tradeoff between living in the city and the country: you get more space but less convenience. Right now people in places like Prospect expect property owners on the peninsula to pay so that they can have it both ways.
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