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Welcome to North Coast Open

Welcome to our on-line meeting place.

You can ask us questions about land services, discuss topics of interest and give us feedback on draft proposals and plans. You can also share information and ideas with us and each other.

We encourage you to register to be able to add your comments and ideas and participate in discussion forums and surveys. Signing up means you will receive occasional newsletters from us about new initiatives, projects and opportunities to have your say.

If you have already registered, welcome back! You can view most information here, but to participate in any discussion forums and surveys you will need to sign in.

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I live in Boambee East, NSW and when the palm trees opposite my house are fruiting the bats come to eat the fruit every night until all is gone. With this my house is riddled with palm nuts and bat poo which is hard to get off from my blinds and all around the house. As I'm incapacitated at the moment this is an extra burden. If I wish to have any cool breeze through my bedroom windows at night, I have to put up the constant screeching while they fight for positions in the palm trees.
My house seems to be right in their pathway.
Regards
J Bentley

Joy Bentley 5 months ago