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Adelaide City Councillor and candidate for Lord Mayor, Ralph Clarke, will urge the Adelaide City Council administration to rethink its decision not to sponsor flags and banners throughout the city centre in the week leading up to Mary MacKillop’s canonisation on October 17th.
Electric Parkland Buggies for People with Disabilities
Adelaide City Councillor and candidate for Lord Mayor, Ralph Clarke, wants the Adelaide City Council to do a feasibility study with regard to discrete networks of electric long-wheel based buggies enabling people whose mobility is restricted to explore and enjoy all of Adelaide’s beautiful parklands.
The proposed redevelopment of the Adelaide Oval is exciting and deserves support but great care must be taken to ensure that parklands and residents are not compromised in a headlong rush to see it happen, according to Adelaide City Councillor Ralph Clarke.
The wish of the new Minister for the City of Adelaide, Gail Gago, to see Victoria Square “better connected to the rest of the city” (Advertiser, 8/4/2010) is warmly welcomed, according to Adelaide City Councillor, Ralph Clarke.
Adelaide City Councillor, Ralph Clarke, has put a Motion on Notice for Tuesday night’s Council meeting calling on the State Government to reform the Shop Trading Hours Act to allow trading for all shops on Public Holidays in Adelaide’s central business district.
Article by Councillor Ralph Clarke in March 2009.