O’Brien inspects progress in Nyora
The Nationals Member for Gippsland South, Danny O’Brien has joined Nyora locals in celebrating the establishment of a new bus stop in town.
Mr O’Brien visited Nyora last Friday to inspect the new bus stop, which has been moved from near the pharmacy to a better location opposite the existing eastbound stop.
“I was approached by the Nyora community some time ago to see if we could move the westbound bus stop to free up car parking spaces in front of the pharmacy and improve the amenity for public transport users,” Mr O’Brien said.
“It is great to see the new stop now open and operating and I look forward to a shelter being installed in the near future.
“Nyora has a small but active and hardworking local community and getting small projects like the new bus stop done are important to improve the amenity of the town.”
While in Nyora Mr O’Brien also presented a certificate marking a Local History Grant for the Nyora and District Development Association to help it establish a local history group.
Mr O’Brien said the association had received $3,930 under the Local History Grants program.
“This will help record the history of Nyroa and district for posterity as we see the local community continue to grow,” Mr O’Brien said.
Caption Photo 1: The Nationals Member for Gippsland South, Danny O’Brien presents a certificate announcing funding to Nyora and District Development Association Vice President, Brett Hume.
Caption Photo 2: The Nationals Member for Gippsland South, Danny O’Brien with members of the local Nyora community celebrating the new bus stop in town.