Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Surveillance James Price Point Broome

Surveillance for the James Price Point Kimberley LNG Processing Precinct continues. Yesterday what looked like a flora survey and security were out on the Manari Road near the Quondong turnoff and 300 metres east Manari Road. The road is still chopped up from all of the great rain we had this wet season. There is a great deal of movement in town of rigs, equipment trailers, heavy trucks and more. However, it is not known if the Shire has determined yet, whether this road is open to heavy traffic. Woodside is expected to undertake clearing very soon off the Manari Road.
Easter is in 10 days time and the people of Broome who have traditionally spent time along the Barred Creek, Quondong and James Price Point coastline at Easter will not be happy to see the land cleared OR masses of security people checking them out (spying on their recreational activities).
Filming us filming them would be hilarious if it wasn’t for the seriousness, the devastating destruction about to take place at James Price Point.

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