Island Traffic Management Plans
the Forum held by Pittwater Council on Sunday in the Community Hall,
Scotland Island, below are the links to the proposed Traffic Management
Plans (TMPs) discussed and to the survey for comment.
The submission period is open for six (6) weeks to allow residents to
review both proposals and to comment.
Letters will also be going out to all property owners with a request
that they respond as to whether they support one, both or neither of
the two proposed TMPs, using the included questionnaire (a condensed
version of questionnaire on Council’s web site).
The questionnaires should be returned to Council in the reply paid
envelope supplied, as only responses by property owners will be
considered when assessing the level of support for the proposed Road
Closure (traffic) TMP that may directly impact their properties.
All comments received by Council in respect to both TMPs will be
considered and owners of properties are encouraged to also complete the
full questionnaire (includes questions relating to demographics,
vehicle use and consultation feedback) on Council’s web site
Should you have any queries please contact Paul Davies 9970 1177 or
Help Marty raise money for the Special
Olympics National Games
Richard Rd., Scotland Island
Scotland Island Winter Fire Shed Dinner
To start off the season we have
Moroccan by Nathalie
Saturday May 10.
Tickets can now be
purchased ONLINE at new SIRFB web site.
Scotland Island Bake-Off Invitation
A Shitbox Rally Fundraiser
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Black and blue reading glasses in grey Calvin Klein sunglasses case.
Lost 31st March most probably fallen from car parked on road outside
Unbelievably grateful if you have found them!
Please contact Nadine 0402 752465
Boat Found !
Thank you to all of those who helped to look for Ella’s boat and
especially to Will who found the boat at Bayview Doggie Park and who
bailed it out and bought it back to us.
My faith in humanity has been restored.
Water Pump - $30
One unused submersible dirty water pump complete with hose connection,
float switch, etc
Ideal for ensuring your tank water aerates and cleans properly
0412 135 160
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