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|Notices for Offshore Residents
of Pittwater, Australia
|Church Point Plan of Management
Please find below links to draft notices from Council Website re Church
Point Plan of Management
Independent Panel Review and Council Draft Response.
Draft POM Independent Review.pdf
Draft POM Council Response.pdf
Scotland Island Vegetation Collection
- July 20, 2009
For the Purposes of Fuel Reduction
collected is taken to Kimbriki Recycling and Waste Disposal Centre
- Lawn clippings, weeds and leaves must be
presented in hard sided containers
- Branches are to be no longer than 1.2m, and no
wider than 75mm
- All branches must be bundled and tied
- Bundles must be able to be lifted by one person
- Two cubic metres maximum per household
- Vegetation will only be collected from the
shredding and making into mulch and soils
placed out late will not be collected – please remove from roadside
- Vegetation in any form of plastic or nylon
bags, hessian bags, polystyrene boxes,
- foam boxes and cardboard boxes
- Tree stumps, soil, fencing
- Non-organic materials
- Treated, painted, stained or laminated timber,
particle board, plywood
- General clean up materials
- Vegetation on public or private wharves
What to do with
Compost Your Vegetation
- Mulch or compost the vegetation and reuse
- Take the vegetation to Kimbriki Recycling
& Waste Disposal centre
- Store within the boundaries of your property
and correctly present at the next collection
- Composting reduces waste and can help to
improve the soils on your property
- Composting uses a balance of ingredients such
garden clippings, branches, fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds,
tea bags, soil, papers and wood ash
- Turn the compost over regularly and keep the
composting workshops - Kimbriki Recycling & Waste
- Phone Kimbriki on 9486 3512 or visit the
Download this document here
- The following trees and shrubs are protected by
Council’s Tree Preservation Policy and are not to be removed without
prior Council approval
- All bush land Vegetation in excess of 3m in
height, or with a trunk girth of 0.5m, and
- Any mangrove or cycad irrespective of dimension
- Only undesirable plants (noxious weeds) are
exempt from the Tree Preservation Policy
- A complete list of undesirable plants can be
found on Council’s website: www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au
Download Waste Calendar here
Talk@ Mona Vale Library
AUTHOR’S FISH-OUT-OF-WATER STORY
Mona Vale Library will host an
Author Talk with Fiona Higgins
Tuesday 28 July at 6.30pm.
Her book Love in the
Age of Drought has been described as a ‘delightful
fish-out-of water story about the clash that is city versus country and
a tribute to country Australia’s strength and capacity for survival and
The book follows the writer’s experience of meeting cotton farmer
Stuart Higgins at a leadership conference in Melbourne.
Fiona isn’t looking for a relationship, let alone the upheaval of
falling in love with an intelligent, eco-friendly cotton farmer from
south-east Queensland, but life doesn’t always turn out as planned.
When Stuart sends Fiona a pair of crusty old farm boots and a
declaration of love 16 days into their relationship, it’s a start of a
love story that endures, in spite of distance, the strain of Stuart’s
cotton farm entering its fourth year of drought and Fiona’s issues with
Fiona eventually makes the move from Manly to Stuart’s farm, where the
nearest township is Jandowae with a population 700. She is promptly
transported into an Australia entirely different to her urban
Gradually, she begins to love her life on the land. But as Stuart
struggles to balance environmental and commercial realities, she
realises that farming isn’t quite as simple as she first imagined.
Fiona Higgins began her career in corporate communications leading to a
job with the Australian Red Cross. She currently works as a
Philanthropy Manager for the Fairfax family group, which donates
millions of dollars annually to charities.
Fiona Higgins’ Author Talk will begin at 6.30pm at the library in Park
Street, Mona Vale. Books will be available for purchase and signing by
the author. Bookings are essential and can be made by phoning
The admission fee which includes light refreshments is $7.50 or $5.50
concession (please show cards at the door).
Media contact: Catherine Buddin,
Librarian Ph: 9970 1605
really going on for you?
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Our subconscious brain holds all our memories. Some of these
have a negative effect on our neurological and physiological function.
Holistic Kinesiology uses a gentle non-evasive muscle monitoring
technique to identify and correct these stress imbalances.
Kinesiology is now available on the island at a special island
1 1/2 hour sessions only $75
($35 off mainland price)
Make an appointment with Jen Cudmore on 0425 212 849
Found - Gold
Found a 9c gold bracelet, unusual link, in the road aisle of
carpark approx ½ way down on tues am.
Call Karen 0409523702. I’ll put a sign in ferries and at point.
I would just like people to know my car window was smashed some time
over the last weekend.
I reported it to the Police and we found a screwdriver outside my car
that the Police are now testing for fingerprints.
I really hope they catch the mongrels that did this.