We are in the middle of an intense battle for the fate of Glenwood parks.
The parks are now in the care of the State Government and are set to be closed from April 1.
The first stage of the closure will see the parks closed for a few days every year in May.
It will be followed by a period of partial closures and then a full closure.
The last of the parks will be opened in early 2019.
A final decision on the parks closure is due in February 2020.
We are now witnessing the first signs of a new era in the fight to keep amusement parks operating and running.
The Department of Tourism, Recreation and Culture (DTRC) has been given the power to decide when the Glenmont amusement park and the Westlake resort amusement park will be closed.
The DTRC is responsible for running the parks and has recently been able to extend the closure period to April 1, 2019.
The Glenmont and Westlake amusement parks have already been operating at full capacity.
The closure is expected to affect around 6,000 people.
But this is only the beginning.
In 2018, DTRB (the department responsible for the parks) was forced to shut down the park at its current location in New South Wales, after the Department of Environment and Heritage was forced into a shutdown due to the floods.
The park was later reopened and visitors were welcomed back into the park.
But that was only the start.
The State Government also imposed a lockout on the amusement park at the time of the floods, which saw around 3,000 visitors locked inside and shut off for three weeks.
The closures also impacted thousands of people who had already been at the park, as well as some visitors to the tourist attractions and the amusement parks.
These closures were the direct result of the DTRD shutting down the amusement attraction at Glenmont.
It is now the Department’s turn to have to face the consequences.
As a result, the Glen Montanum and the surrounding areas have been left with a significant loss of tourism.
This is due to a number of factors, including the following: -The State Government has decided to continue operating the parks until April 1 next year.
This means the parks are currently operating at a loss.
-The Government has not yet released the final budget for 2018-2019, and is currently working through a backlog of spending bills.
This will only add to the pressure on the budget.
-This closure is a direct result, as a result of a number: -A total of 20 years of investment in the parks -A failure to maintain the parks in a safe and reliable state -A reduction in visitor numbers The closure of the Glen Monte amusement park is a major blow to the tourism industry.
This was a key factor in attracting visitors to Glenmont in the first place.
As well as the closure of Glenmont, there are also a number other issues with the amusement industry.
There are also concerns about the level of visitor safety in the area.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service has recently warned that a large number of visitors are being “unwelcome and aggressive” in the park due to its lack of security and the absence of a secure entrance.
This has also meant that there has been a significant increase in the number of assaults on visitors in the amusement areas.
This behaviour has also resulted in a significant number of incidents involving tourists.
There have also been an increasing number of reports of “widespread” assaults on people on the theme park’s rides.
The situation has also been exacerbated by a series of high-profile incidents involving guests on the rides.
This culminated in one incident involving a young woman being raped on the North Face ride at the end of March.
The young woman had been drinking on the ride with her friends when she was assaulted.
There were also numerous reports of guests attacking guests on other rides.
There was also a series that involved guests attacking another guest on a lift.
The most recent of these incidents took place in April when a group of young men attacked two young women on a ride in the South Face.
The two women were able to escape the assault but suffered injuries that required medical attention.
These assaults on guests on rides and on the park’s walls are all part of the long-term problem of unsafe environments in the areas.
It has been estimated that in 2016-2017 there were over 500 incidents of assaults in the Glenwoods, and around 250 of these involved assaults on young women.
In May 2018, the DTD released a report which highlighted the lack of protection for staff and guests.
It was also revealed that staff and visitors had been subject to a large range of abusive behaviour on the Glen and West Coasters.
A number of staff members had been verbally and physically assaulted by guests and staff in the West Coaster, while others had been assaulted by a group in the North Coaster. The