Pole plan sparks angst

Shan Goodwin
Updated December 16 2015 - 2:27pm, first published June 11 2014 - 4:00am
Brothers Nathan Borello, 6, and Joshua, 3, are pictured on their family’s property at Simpkins Creek, on the picturesque Mallanganee Range, west of Casino. Photo digitally altered to show what a 15-metre pole would look like (not to scale).
Brothers Nathan Borello, 6, and Joshua, 3, are pictured on their family’s property at Simpkins Creek, on the picturesque Mallanganee Range, west of Casino. Photo digitally altered to show what a 15-metre pole would look like (not to scale).

PLANS to build a telecommunications link with new towers, poles or antennae at six northern NSW sites are fuelling farmers’ fears of a resurrection of the controversial Bonshaw to Lismore high voltage power line project.

Shan Goodwin

Shan Goodwin

Journalist

Journalist for The Land on the North Coast.

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