The sacre campaign engaged by the greens has proved dot be false. The Bay has survived and there is no monumental environmental impact caused by the Bay dredging project.
|Sen-Constable Patrick Stainthorpe and Constable Amanda Spittal |
survey Sandringham beach. Pictures: JASON SAMMON.
"I am also of the opinion that the potential effects of oil spills, noise, lights at night, aesthetics, etc, are also not major and will be of short-term impact," said Dr Harris, the former head of CSIRO land and water division.
You can fool some of the people all the time., all of the people some of the time BUT you can not fool all of the people all the time.
The Greens in 2006 sought to capitalise on the Community fear that their beach would become a barren sea-scape. Not true. More lies.
Voters of Sandringham, Brighton and Port Phillip will think twice before they trust the Greens again.
The Greens of course have tried to blame some of the tide shifting sands on Melbourne's beaches on the Bay Dredging, but environmental reviews have found that shifting sands are a normal occurrences due to tidal movements that have existed in the bay for centuries certinaly ever since records have been kept. There has been no adverse impact on te bay caused by the dreging of the entrance to the bay.
Now that the Greens scare mongering has been exposed the question is will voters of Melbourne's Bay-side communities be duped a second time into supporting the Greens.