Wet response

THE heavy machinery has fired up again at the D’Orazio family-owned block next to the Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary.

Workers at the Bayswater site are under strict orders not to speak about what’s going on.

• No comment: workers at the D’Orazio family-owned site were under orders not to speak to locals. Photo supplied

When resident Giorgia Johnson approached one of the workers, he wouldn’t speak to her, instead holding up a sign with phone numbers for Bayswater council and a PR firm the developers have hired.

The state government ordered a halt to the work last year after community outcry when several trees were felled on the neighbouring Carter family’s wetland-covered block.

Work’s now started up again to stabilise the D’Orazio-owned block, and it’ll then be left to settle for 12 months before any potential building work takes place.

by DAVID BELL

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