- use public property for his own private profit (the public footpath outside his restaurant), without a licence
- cut down or lop public trees, not allowed.
- carry out development that needs consent, without consent
This kind of vandalism hasn't been part of the tradition of our local election campaigns, as it is in Sydney.
Councillor Buman doesn't care about the law or following the rules that we all have to follow.
His election posters were also plastered all over telegraph poles and other public property well before election day. (This photo is from Minmi.) This kind of vandalism hasn't been part of the tradition of local election campaigns, as it is in Sydney.
It's certainly not the kind of leadership required of an elected representative and it's a pretty poor example to set for a councillor.
The Buman "can do" slogan seems to mean that Cr Buman "can do" whatever he likes while he's a councillor.