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IT would be interesting to learn on what basis the Southlake Business Chamber and Community Alliance envisages a potential 170 jobs being generated by the proposed M1 service centres (“Muted reply to M1 plan”, Lakes Mail, November 12) as being a plus for the area, considering two factors.
Firstly, there are only 20 staff parking spaces shown on the plans; and secondly, employers cannot recruit staff based on applicants’ residential addresses.
As to increased price competition, the community was assured of this benefit with the opening of the Caltex outlet at the Morisset Gateway.
We’re still waiting for price competition in Morisset despite a further increase in the number of fuel outlets, which is why I drive to Freemans Waterhole for my fuel.
If anyone thinks prices at more M1 service stations -which will undoubedtly be operated by one of the big players – will be competitive, I suggest they monitor prices at the existing twin service stations.
– J Graham, Cooranbong
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