A majority of South Coast Register readers have embraced an idea championed by Shoalhaven Heads man Johny Vynes, which could bring a ten-storey boutique commercial and residential precinct, estimated to cost more than $100M, to the banks of the Shoalhaven River.
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The paper asked its online readers what they think about Mr Vynes' concept for the Shoalhaven River foreshore via a poll on Tuesday afternoon.
A steady flow of respondents have voted on the poll, amounting to 330 in less than two days, by Thursday at 9am.
A strong majority of respondents endorsed Mr Vynes’ concept, with 69 per cent selecting, “looks amazing, make it happen”.
Eight per cent of voters said it was mostly great, could be improved in some aspects.
Some respondents were dead against it; 12 per cent said they don’t like it.
A further nine per cent said they don’t know enough about it to make an informed decision, and one per cent of voters were indifferent.
Mr Vynes was pleased with the response.
“I think it’s a really positive thing for people in the area,” Mr Vynes said.
“It’s nice to see so many people excited for progress, it’s kind of refreshing.”
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