Council passes Business Advisory Committee's recommendations to beautify the Shire - an article by Guardian News
Changes are a-coming, and Nambucca is hoping to keep itself ahead of the curve.
Since its inauguration this year, the Nambucca Shire Business Advisory Committee (BAC) has been busy thinking up ways to improve this beautiful valley we call home.
The BAC was conceived as a group charged with ‘future-proofing’ our local towns in the face of the impending bypass.
One of the recommendations it recently put forward to council is an adoption of a dual-naming policy when updating road signs; as signs deteriorate and need replacing, the equivalent Gumbaynggirr word/s would be included in the replacement sign.
Cr David Jones talked enthusiastically to the recommendation, saying that in places like Wales, the street signs are bilingual and it has helped to fortify the Welsh language and culture after it came close to extinction last century.
To read the full article: http://www.nambuccaguardian.com.au/story/5052553/painting-nambucca-as-the-picture-of-post-bypass-health/