November 1 2017
Four questions were asked over a two week period and we have all the results for you as well as our conclusions.
1. Do you support working bees?
2. Should the Community Centre be resurrected?
3. Will the close Murray By-Election result benefit Deniliquin?
4. Should Coles Deniliquin have online ordering?
Do you support working bees?
Yes – 72.22%
No – 27.78%
Should the Community Centre be resurrected?
Yes – 59.09%
No – 40.91%
Will the close Murray By-Election result benefit Deniliquin?
No, they just focus on the city areas – 81.82%
Yes, they’ll give the area more – 18.18%
Should Coles Deniliquin have online ordering?
Yes – 84.31%
No – 15.69%
Organizations in Deniliquin can feel assured that they will find support when they require a working bee to maintain some part of town.
People love the former Community Centre, its interiors are well remembered, its facade is part of classic architecture and many feel it should either be resurrected as a standalone community centre, a part of Intereach or opened as something entirely different to keep the building alive.
Locals believe that NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will not throw more resources into the Murray area after the Nationals narrowly held on to the seat in the recent Murray By-Election after decades of holding the seat comfortably.
This feeling if true could mean a voter backlash in the area in the next State and Federal elections as voters have been feeling neglected in recent years.
A large majority of voters believe that Online Ordering should be an option at Coles Deniliquin despite fears the option could cost locals jobs and lessen interaction between customers and employees.
We’ll be back with a new edition of Deni Speaks soon.