The current state of the disabled car park at the foreshore is disappointing.
It appears the needs of disabled people have not been prioritised throughout the foreshore redevelopment.
While the majority of the Whyalla public is concerned with the asthetics of the foreshore re-development, disabled car park users are trying to not hurt themselves on the uneven surface.
Manoeuvring around six centimetre deep pot holes in a wheelchair or with a frame is a hazard.
It is not fair for people who need to use the disabled car parking area to miss out on spending time at the foreshore simply because the roads have not be maintained to a safe standard.
While the council is working to improve the condition of the car park, it can only be hoped that no-one injures themselves in the meantime.
NOT HAPPY: Local resident Greg Curnow is not happy the disabled car parks at the foreshore were not upgraded during the resurfacing of the adjoining car park.
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