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Gone Fishing Gallery
Saturday 15 December 10am-4pm
Christmas Cards - Short Notice
I know it's late, but I was asked if the Carols Afloat drawing could
become Christmas cards, and yes it can.
180 x 120 mm with envelopes, $15.pack of 6.
Ready mid next week.
Contact me aas soon as possible
to All Offshore Residents
Attached is an Expression of
Interest application form for tie-up at
the Church Point Commuter Boat Wharf. The form can be
Pittwater Council, P O Box 882, Mona Vale 1660, handed in at Customer
Service in Mona Vale (above the Library) or scanned and emailed to
The fee of $50 is not required to be paid at this time.
When the annual fee for tie-up at the wharf has been finalised,
invoices will be forwarded to those who have sent in an application,
along with a temporary licence agreement which is required to be signed
for a period of 12 months or part thereof. Fees and Licence
Agreement will commence from March 1, 2013
Expression of Interest Form Use of Boat Tie-up
Commuter Wharf Church Point Dec 2012.pdf
Church Point Reserve & Beach Area Storage of Boats
has received a complaint regarding the number of boats that are being
stored on the beach and foreshore area at Church Point Reserve.
Council will be placing contact Council / impounding stickers on those
boats using these areas in the middle of January. Any boats that
are not identified during the process maybe impounded.
Owners may wish to contact Council to identify their boat prior to this
action and forward in a photo and description of the boat together with
the location in which they are using.
This information can be emailed to:
Any queries can be directed to:
Reserves & Recreation Officer
Ph: 9970 1353
Council Warns of
Pittwater Council is
warning local residents to beware of workmen posing as Council
The warning comes as residents have been approached and in some cases
handed over cash to have their house numbers painted on the kerb
outside their home.
The workmen are advising residents that the work is being done at the
request of Pittwater Council.
Urban Services Director Chris Hunt said the Council had not endorsed
“Council staff and contractors would never approach residents in this
way. If you receive a request for payment from someone posing as a
Council workman please contact the police immediately.”
So far the scam has been reported in Elanora Heights in Wesley Street
and Powderworks Road.
Mr Hunt said that the Council had reported the scam to police and they
were being despatched to the area.
“We would encourage anyone else in Pittwater who has been approached to
get in touch with us or the police as soon as possible”
Community Relations Pittwater Council Ph: 9970 111
Offshore Residents and Local Visitors
Show ‘em where &
how we live
Share a glimpse of your Pittwater lifestyle with family and friends
this Christmas with a copy of our local anthology.
Packed with true life short stories, poems, colour photography and
artwork by offshore residents, WAO captures the essence of life on
Pittwater, with all its hilarity, adventures and challenges.
“These little slices of history are funny, poignant, poetic and
downright classy: a joy to read”
Susan Duncan: Author Salvation Creek.
Christmas Offer: $20/book
Contact us for sales and delivery options
Juliette: 0418349448: email@example.com
Carol: 0407066419: firstname.lastname@example.org
A date for your diary
Bay Grameen Group Wine and Tapas Night
The Elvina Bay Grameen Group are holding a Wine and Tapas night on
Friday 25 January from 6.30 - 9.00 pm.
It will be an evening of delicious food and good company, so help us
raise money to support Kenyan women by coming along.
We'll post more details in January - SO - mark off the 25th and watch
Veterniary Guide For Dogs and Cats
With the tick season upon us it is very important to prevent for ticks
and to be aware of the early signs of paralysis so that you can get
your pet to us as soon as possible.
Download Surviving Tick Paralysis by going to this Web site Gordon
We're about to move onto Scotland Island and aren't able to put our
boats on public wharf which are a 4.1 metre polycraft and a 3.9 metre
tinnie and were wondering if anyone would be able to let us rent a
space on their jetty temporarily until we are able to move it to a
Contact Jack. email@example.com
Susan: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0402320429
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