Councillor Lindsay Shurey prompts black algae reduction action with Randwick Council emphasising that its illegal to take sea urchins from Clovelly Bay in Eastern Sydney – 26th July 2015

Signs erected as a result of Randwick Green Councillor’s Lindsay Shurey’s motion of 2014 are intended to remind snorklers not to remove sea urchins from Clovelly Bay.

Randwick City Council sea urchin sign in Clovelly Bay.

Randwick Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey wants to curtail f black algae in Clovelly Bay by stopping the illegal taking of sea urchins.

The Council action was part of a package of measures and was prompted by community concerns that the denudation of sea urchins may be promoting the spread of black algae in the bay.

Councillor Shurey’s motion was seconded by fellow Greens Councillor Murray Matson.

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