Sunday, December 17, 2017

Vandals strike precinct again

Editor January 25, 2017

THE destruction of fences, break-ins to buildings and building sites and theft of club and contractor property are all part of the acts of vandalism that have taken place during the construction of the Greater Shepparton Regional Sports Precinct.

The $21M redevelopment will be a great asset to the Greater Shepparton community in providing first class training and playing facilities as well as hosting major sporting events.

Greater Shepparton City Council Director Infrastructure, Steve Bowmaker said damage to the precinct is not only costly but very disappointing to users as well as the whole community.

“The sports precinct is something council is very proud of and with its main purpose being community use we hope our community feel proud and protective of it as well.

“I encourage anyone who notices antisocial behaviour in the area to immediately notify the police and help protect this fantastic facility for all of us,” Mr Bowmaker said.