There's been much discussion in recent weeks since the RMS released the preferred design plans for the Coffs Harbour Pacific Highway Bypass.
The Coffs Harbour City Council who were strong supporters of getting a bypass, have since turned against the plan since it was revealed that the plans would include land bridges and cuttings rather than 3 tunnels.
At the end of the recent Council Meeting, the Mayor, Cr Denise Knight said that 'it stinks'.
She did not attend the announcement with Minister for Roads, Melinda Pavey, Cowper MP Luke Hartsuyker and the Deputy prime Minister Michael McCormack, saying that she was not invited until the Friday afternoon, and as Mayor, still hadn't seen the plans.
Just days earlier, the Mayor came out saying that she was concerned that it would be the 'cheapskate' option.
There has however been some talk that designs may have been leaked earlier to various people.
Ahead of the Community Meeting being held at the Coffs Harbour PCYC on Thursday night, Triple M encouraged listeners with concerns to call and share them.
Unfortunately, none of those with concerned called, however a number of people did call to have their say on the Coffs Harbour Bypass.