We had a fantastic turnout at the AGM, with over 50 SIRA and community
members attending! Thank you to all those who came along and to those
who joined us afterwards for the barbecue in Catherine Park. Your
contribution to the conversations and discussions at the meeting is
very much appreciated as it helps SIRA to remain connected to the
community we seek to support and represent.
Thank you very much to Bill Gye, who chaired the motions and elections
parts of the meeting.
And also to Rosemary Haskell and Ross Hardy who organised the barbecue.
NEW SIRA COMMITTEE
An 11 person-strong committee was appointed at the AGM. Please join us
in congratulating the new committee and wishing them well in
representing the community over the coming year!
- Sue Armstrong
- Paul Blackband
- Fabienne d'Hautefeuille
- Nadja Fisher
- Robyn Iredale
- Shane O’Neill
- Jane Rich
Be part of making a
difference to our island …
Join a Community
Did you know that the SIRA Committee protects the interests of island
residents and drives positive change? SIRA is a voluntary community
residents’ association and depends heavily on the support and work of
its sub-committees to get things done.
The sub-committees are the forums in which most ideas, subjects of
interest and issues we face are discussed in an informal setting.
Meetings usually take place at a member's residence.
The SIRA committee depends on the sub-committees for expertise-sharing,
advice and input in its quest to form policy and make decisions on
behalf of the community. We have a great group of people already
involved but it's never enough. The more people involved, the better we
will be able to deliver.
if you are passionate about a certain subject or if you think you can
offer your knowledge, skills or your input and ideas to help us move
What does this
mean? As a member of a sub-committee you will be required
to be a member of SIRA and to join meetings every 4-6 weeks.
Below are the current sub-committees:
- Church Point
- Community Engagement and Communications
- Finance and Insurance
- Hall Management and Hire
- Roads, Drainage, Traffic and Environment
- Strategy and Vision
- Waste Management
- Water and Wastewater
We invite you to be part of your community as an active
member of a sub-committee!
Please email Anne Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information, or to send us your expression of interest by
Monday, 19th November, 2018.
Community Vehicle Out of Service
Monday 19 Nov to Friday 23 Nov.
Northern Beaches Council
On-site Sewage Management Information Guide
Please find attached the Northern Beaches Council On-site Sewage
Management Information Guide. Also attached the Approval to Operate Form
It will also be attached to the new Inspection request letters, until
everyone has a new Approval to Operate an On-Site Sewerage Management
Please feel free to share it to your neighbours and your resident
Team Leader Environmental Health
t 02 9942 2111
Scotland Island Fire Brigade
Australian Tucker Night & Bush
Saturday 17 Nov. from 7pm
Preferred Booking online HERE
WPYC Commodore's Chrissy Cocktails
Saturday 17 November 7pm
WPYC is having its annual Cocktail / Christmas Party .
Saturday Nov 17 th 6pm on Bayview Scout Hall
Theme James Bond
$ 50 per person Includes Food ,Wine Beer Soft drink & entertainment.
Pick up by ferry Reliance from
Newport, Church Point & Scotland Island $5 each way
4th Young Musicians’ Concert
Sunday 18th November 2.30
Scotland Island Community
Our next concert is
calling for performers – any instrument, voice, dance, reading.
Please contact David Richards or Robyn Iredale if you would like to
We are also looking for comperes and help with setting up
and dismantling the concert.
Gold Coin donation (to cover the cost of the hall) and plate of food or
David RICHARDS email@example.com
Robyn Rae Iredale firstname.lastname@example.org
Large portable aviary for birds, rodents or reptiles. 1.7m tall, 1m
wide, 0.7m deep. Pick up on the island, yours to take away!
Also available, one double school desk.
- ‘Wodent Wheel’ (Wobust model) worth $40
- 2 x water dispensers
- 4 bridges for climbing fun
- Hanging nesting basket
- Large spare cage 60 x 60 x 35cm
- Top and hinges work fine.
- Surfaces could do with a touch up.
- Also free.
Call 0417 991 499 or email@example.com
Pad Mini 2 WiFi 32GB For Sale
Excellent condition, always been in its OtterBox, Silver IPad Mini 2
(Model ME280B/A), 32GB memory. Fully operational.
Perfect first iPad for a little one.
$100 for iPad and OtterBox.
Please ring Mark on 0435819610
ACER Spin School Laptop For Sale
Excellent condition, hardly used, ACER 1 Spin SP111-32N-P7E4 (P/N
Has Windows 10, 1.1GHz Intel Pentium Processor N4200, 11.6” Multi Touch
LCD, 64GB Flash Memory.
Still in original box.
Complies with Pittwater High School BYOD specification.
Perfect for Year 7...our boy just does not like Windows.
Still under warranty until Jan 2019.
RRP $650, we are selling for $420.
Also selling a strong case for it for $25.
Please ring Mark on 0435819610
Free Fridge to Artist
This Kelvinator Fridge & Freezer works just fine, except for the
True, the door could be improved with a lick of paint but that's why
I'm giving it to you, the artist.
1670H x 660W x 700D
Thompson St....I'll help load.
Phone Brad 0410594592
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