ROADWORKSI WAS wondering how I could get in touch with the contractors who arrange to have all those “Roadworks in Progress” signs put up all over the state.
I travel to the UTAS campus at Newnham every weekday and was thinking if the contractors gave me a utility with a few signs in the back, I could drop a few off on the way to my lectures.
It could not be that hard to do, just pull up anywhere, put up a “Roadworks in Progress” sign on both sides of the road and pick them up again on the way home.
Or just leave them sitting there for a few days.
Of course I would follow the example of the people doing the job now who do not put up any signs to tell drivers when the roadworks have finished, if in fact, if there are any roadworks at all.
John Denne, Longford.CONSISTENCYWITH the government not keen on legalising the use of cannabis oil for treatment of special medical cases, one would expect these same authorities to shut down poppy farming and the factories that process the product due to the mind altering and addictive properties of opium and its derivatives.
Tobacco products will no doubt also be in the firing line and risk being banned due to the addictive harm they cause.
A. Frellek, Trevallyn.TARGA COVERAGEMY SINCERE congratulations and appreciation to Mark Baker for his daily running commentary during the Targa week.
It was always a pleasure and entertaining to read each morning the antics of the Goat and his fellow Kids.
Well done and look forward to the next year’s Targa.
Thanks and appreciation also to The Examiner, National Automobile Museum of Tasmania and Harvey Norman.
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