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|Notices for Offshore Residents
of Pittwater, Australia
BALL - Saturday, 28 March
The Scotland Island Rural Fire
is delighted to once again invite everyone to attend our premier
bi-annual event - the Fireman’s Ball. This gala black-tie
will feature live music from the Andrew Oh Quartet, loads of fabulous
food by Lisa Atkins, cloakroom facilities and a fully licensed bar.
The Station will be transformed into a magical ballroom where you can
dance the night away by Earth Hour inspired candlelight.
Saturday, 28 March 2009
7pm – midnight
Scotland Island Rural Fire Brigade, Catherine Park, Scotland Island
$60 including food & music
PMC Hill Real Estate, Church Point or Jenny on 0411 405335
Sunday, April 5, 2009 - 9.30 for
Catherine Park, Scotland Island
Hear the latest news and future plans for Scotland Island and Church
2009-2010 OFFICE BEARERS
Community Forum on Fire Management on Scotland Island with George
Shepherd, Rural Fire Service and Mark Ferguson, General Manager,
The “Companion Animals Act” - information from Council
and a SAUSAGE
& VEG SIZZLE at 12:30pm
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Do you need Bins ?
It seems that some residents do not
have either one or both black
recycling bins. I would like to organise an additional supply
from Pittwater Council.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and indicate whether you require
two bins or one only – paper or bottles. They have different
labels attached. Once the bins are received I will email
those who have replied and arrange collection or delivery.
Attached is the latest Recycling flyer for anyone who did not receive
it in their P O Box. Just click
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Please read the information carefully so you recycle correctly –
inappropriate material will be left behind. Similar to the
mainland, there is an allowable capacity per household each
week. In wet weather it may not be possible to collect from
some areas on the Island due to road conditions.
PLEASE REMEMBER: Large boxes or cardboard must be flattened,
broken up into smaller sizes and tied together – large items cannot be
collected and will be left on the verge – not an appealing sight and
can block what little drainage we have left. If necessary, please hold
over surplus material till the following week.