Dandenong Council Installs Road Spikes at Jan Wilson Community Centre

Dandenong Council Installs Road Spikes at Jan Wilson Community Centre

According to reports, the greater Dondegeon Council installed spikes on Halton Road car park, at the Jan Wilson Center last Thursday to address anti-social behaviors.

Also, victims have been reported to spend up to $2000 for new tyres, as a number of cars had their tyres slashed on Saturday during the Southern Football League match between Lyndale and Dandenong.

Though the community centre may have been informed about the spikes, most people who are used to using the exit as an entrance owing to its closeness to the community center got their tyres slashed.

Councilor John Kelly said: “The council has acted in a responsible way of trying to rid the car park of anti-social behavior, though their attempt to help the community with the issue has probably backfired a bit”.

However, it is reported that a number of councilors are considering covering some of the costs incurred by motorists whose tyres have been slashed, as they have encourage them to contact the Council for their complaints.

Moreover, Greater Dandenong’s engineering services Director Bruce Rendall said: “We along with the Council would encourage motorists to adhere to road signage that is in the car park at all times.”

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