MEANDER Valley Councillor Andrew Connor dismisses recent letters from the public who express concern about the National Broadband Network (Letters, June 27).
This follows him referring to people who attended an NBN forum I hosted with Malcolm Turnbull recently as “senior citizens” and nowhere near representative of the community.
Mr Connor stated at the forum that there was no need to undertake a business case for the billions being spent on the NBN and has incorrectly referred to the existing copper network as simply rotting in the ground. It will be news to many scientists that copper rots!
As an elected representative, Mr Connor should be more considerate and respectful of public views that don’t coincide with his zealous defence of Labor’s poorly-considered broadband plans.
– ANDREW NIKOLIC, Liberal Candidate for Bass.
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