At its last meeting council raised the possibility of a security levy being imposed on residents to create a safer central business district.
Should Narromine pay a security levy? | Photos and Poll “I would if it works, it would be good to have cameras in the CBD,” John Mutton
“Depends on how it was going to be used and who was going to enforce it,” Roger Blackman.
“It would depend on what you got for it. I’ve got two good dogs and don’t have a lot of trouble,” John Lenehan.
“No I can’t afford that. You have to pay for everything these days,” Carol Middleton.
“Yes if it’s going to help. Something had to be done, it’s getting bad,” Joyce Mills.
“I suppose so,” John.
“I think we should have CCTV cameras, but I don’t think ratepayers should have to pay for it. Council should for the towns people’s safety,” Erin Payne.
“If it’s to protect your business, it would be good to have cameras. The money has to come from somewhere. Does Council have enough?” Ruth Simmons.
“Are they going to have someone driving around the patrol the streets? I don’t think cameras would make a whole lot of difference,” Karen Arnaudon.
The Narromine CBD.
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Cr Mack said he spoke to a shopkeeper in Wellington about the levy.
He reported although the shopkeeper was initially disgruntled at the extra cost he now happily pays the levy.
We asked the people of Narromine if they think the extra cost is necessary and here’s what they came up with.
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