The mayor of a seaside town south of Adelaide has vowed to “be the first one to lie in front of a bulldozer” to prevent a major Marina from being built.
- Opponents say The Bluff is not the right place for a marina
- The state government would need to agree to release Crown land for a marina to be built
- The idea is not supported by local or state government
City of Victor Harbor Mayor Moira Jenkins told a rally of residents the council had voted against the $350 million project proposed at Encounter Bay in favour of keeping the area “wild and natural”.
“It’s not happening, folks,” Dr…