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  • LSR3 9 days ago
    As a resident on Mulgoa Rd I believe this will improve the safety of the school zone by having this Rd closed.

    I do have one request though that if possible a gutter is put in from the fire station up to Allen Rd.
    This stretch of Rd around the bend is dangerous for pedestrians as cars undertake over the footpath when residents are turning into their properties on the opposite side of the Rd.
    This makes the path unsafe and has also damaged it a filled it with rocks.
    A gutter would be improve the safety of this corner for sure and could be put in as part of the fire station works.
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  • Bec Marshall 21 days ago
    As a long time resident of Mulgoa I support the road closure and the position of the upgraded RFS Station.
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  • Naomi Footit 30 days ago
    I also live on The Straight Rd and agree that the intersection of Allen Rd and Mulgoa Rd is already extremely busy, particularly at peak times due to the subdivision, which is still not complete. With the closure of the alternate way out of the Straight Rd, it will be extremely difficult to turn onto Mulgoa Rd, and also unsafe as many speed along Mulgoa Rd. Was the impact study of traffic congestion conducted when residents were all working from home and so were our children due to COVID 19 restrictions? If so, this time was not a genuine indication of regular traffic flow.
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  • Admin Commented Administrator 1 about 1 month ago
    Mr W W & M M Cox
    The fact is I am pleased at what I perceive to be the ideal situation, for the location of the RFS building and the added plus of removal off a sometimes dangerous and frequenty hazardous intersection.
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  • Larry Prestwidge about 1 month ago
    I will be so glad to see The Straight Rd closed off to Mulgoa Rd. Cars and trucks heading south use it to get to Allan Rd instead of turning into Allan Rd from Mulgoa Rd. I've witnessed many cars speeding even with kids playing. Last month there was a bad accident where a car was speeding and went straight through the intersection at Allan and The Straight Rd, they t-boned a car on Allan Rd.
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  • Patricia about 1 month ago
    In PCC letter to residents dated 2 July 2020, re the new RFS shed, it advises there will be minimal impact from this closure, I really cannot see how you could come to that conclusion, as ALLAN ROAD has become a very busy road because of the new subdivision and the increased traffic flow coming into Allan Road from the road closure would be horrendous, only someone not living in the area would make that remark. I live on The Straight Road, I find it extremely difficult trying to get out onto Mulgoa Road anytime of day from Allan Road, because of the continuous flow of traffic on Mulgoa Road and the speeds they are travelling at make it very dangerous, so if you think that there will be minimal impact, I think you should make that statement after the Council reviews this closure. The new RFS plan is good except for the extra traffic created with the Road closure.
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