Proposed Emu Park boat ramp Option 2: Emu Park Photo: Department of Transport and Main Roads
Proposed Emu Park boat ramp Option 2: Emu Park Photo: Department of Transport and Main Roads Trinette Stevens

More than 1000 submissions received over proposed boat ramp

A TRANSPORT and Main Roads representative last week said the Social and Economic Benefits and Impacts study would include a comprehensive assessment of the direct and indirect benefits to the local community and wider southern Capricorn Coast for two proposed options at Emu Park.

"After two weeks, more than 1000 submissions had been received through the Get Involved website," the representative said.

"After the survey closes on Monday, May 16, the information will be analysed to see whether there is support in the community for the new facility.

"TMR encourages everyone to have their say by visiting getinvolved.qld.gov.au and searching Emu Park recreational boating study.

"Anyone without computer access can view the information and complete the survey at the Emu Park library, with library staff available for anyone needing help completing the survey."

Information about the project can be viewed on the TMR website www.tmr.qld.gov.au.



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