Carols @ Tennis
Sunday 20 December from 5.00 pm
year the Kindy will also be involved and are trying to raise some funds
by selling soft drinks and donations for wine.
Santa is due to arrive at 5.45pm
carols start at 6.30pm
Tuesday 22nd December
7.00pm at Frog
at Church Point Wharf
the fun with family and friends .. bring along that silly hat, a picnic
and the dogs.
To sing along you can get a copy of the words
HERE in PDF format
Island Dog Race
It's on again!
Same time same place
Christmas Eve 6pm @
Register your Dog from 2:30 to 5:30pm
Entry fee is 1 Longneck (Cold !) and 1 x Large Tin Dog Food
Official starting time 6pm (or thereabouts)
Christmas & Boxing Day
welcomed two new drivers to the team: Lisa Francis and Branko Kristevic.
The arrangements for Christmas Day and Boxing Day are as per previous
years with limited service on Christmas day from 9am to 12 noon (to be
booked on Christmas eve) and normal service on Boxing Day subject to
NSW Government's plans for amalgamation
today the NSW Government announced its proposal to merge Pittwater and
the suburbs of North Warringah to form a new council.
Pittwater Mayor Jacqueline Townsend said Pittwater Council is pleased
that local MPs listened to the community on the importance of retaining
local identity and local representation, and it welcomes the
Government’s support of its merger preference.
"Although the community wants to stand alone and retain independence in
the first instance, a two council model would be a great outcome for
the community,” Cr Townsend said.
“With standing alone now off the table, two councils would maintain
local democracy and local character and identity, issues that are at
the heart of our community,” she said.
The NSW Government has recognised that two more equally balanced and
specialised councils will deliver more effective catchment management
and economic development for the region, a structure that would provide
for a strong sustainable new council.
“We are also pleased that the State Government has reconsidered the
issue of population size and recognises that a population size of
approximately 150,000 has the strategic capacity to deliver high
quality services whilst remaining connected to our communities.
“The two equally balanced councils would lead to even better services,
more infrastructure and downward pressure on rates.
The government’s proposed relocation of Pittwater’s boundary includes
Terrey Hills, Narrabeen, Collaroy, Collaroy Plateau, Cromer, Wheeler
Heights, Oxford Falls, Frenchs Forest, Duffys Forrest, Belrose,
Davidson, Forestville and Killarney Heights.
The government is proposing the new council receive $10 million to
cover the costs of merging as well as an additional $10 million from
the Stronger Communities Fund for community infrastructure projects,
across the new local government area.
“For the time being it’s ‘business as usual’ for Pittwater, although we
will be focused on connecting with our community and getting their
input as well as working with our neighbours and the State Government
during the next steps of the reform process,” she added.
The NSW Government has summarised its proposals with accompanying maps,
and has identified a 10 step process to create new councils. For
details visit www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au/
For reform updates, please visit our website, subscribe to our
e-newsletter aboutPittwater and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Contact: Community Relations
Phone: 9970 1119/1172
The West Pittwater
Community Association is pleased to advise its new website is now live.
It is an online meeting place for the Western Foreshore’s long-standing
residents and newcomers alike.
The site provides our community with an easily accessible place for
engagement and interaction where you can find local events, critical
news items, discussion forums, WPCA Minutes, community projects, a
noticeboard, service directory and information vital to those living
Wayne and Sandra Lazarides, members of our community, donated their
time and energy to designing and building the site with the support of
a working committee. Their generous contribution is greatly appreciated.
The site is funded through WPCA membership. If you are not a member,
please consider joining us. You can do so online.
I invite you to explore the new site, visit it regularly and use its
resources. Your contribution will make it lively and relevant, and
establish it as an integral community asset.
Resident Mick Miller's inspiring journey
Great Xmas Gift - Free to anyone.
Kids Cubby House, very sturdy ,loads of features, , firemans pole,
slide,, 2 storeys, flag pole, tyre climb.
Must be dismantled by you.
In Towers Bay.
Call Rowena 0406046256
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