Clr. Larry Whipper has claimed that he is working "on many fronts (to) engage as many people and varying opinions to draw together positive outcomes" - (with regard to the Kangaloon Aquifer).
As the Upper Nepean Borefield proposal has been deemed by the NSW Minister for Planning, Frank Sartor, to be a "Critical Infrastructure Project", i.e., a Project of State Significance, under Part 3A of the Environment Planning and Assessment Act (EPA Act) 1979 - the only person with whom it it is relevant for Larry to be "engaging" would be Frank Sartor; and beyond him, perhaps the Premier of NSW, Mr Morris Iemma.
I have consulted the NSW Premier and the Minister for Planning about how they have been "engaged" by Larry Whipper.
This is a cartoon version of Morris Iemma's response which he sent to me this evening.
Click on the image to see the detail.
The tiny image is not just a fly-speck on the map of NSW Politics - but it might as well be.
We are dealing with the "Real Politic" of NSW here, I am afraid, Larry.