It seems many people have a love-hate relationship with Sydney. On one hand you have an extremely high cost of living, a hobbled nightlife and terrible traffic and on the other the beautiful harbour, the pleasant climate, and an extremely diverse population. But ever since the pandemic, local businesses have been hit extremely hard. That’s why the City of Sydney has proposed a $32 million transformation of Crown Street in Surry Hills and are seeking community feedback. Breakfast presenter Danny Chifley talked to Jess Scully, a Sydney Councillor, public art curator, festival director and media producer who uses creativity and the arts to engage communities, and who also happens to be Deputy Lord Mayor.