Dear Church Point Boat Permit Holders,
to revitalise Church Point is about to start, with the
first stage (1A) scheduled to commence on Monday 15 August.
The work will take approximately 18 months (subject to the weather) and
includes land reclamation, a new seawall with a suspended timber
boardwalk and the McCarrs Creek Road realignment between the
café/general store and Rostrevor Reserve.
The second stage of the works (1B) will involve the building of a new
120 space car park, service adjustments as well as pedestrian, property
safety and access improvements.
Council has worked closely with the local community to deliver the $10
million upgrade with the residents’ representative Aesthetics Advisory
Committee playing a crucial part in the final look and functionality of
We are very conscious of the impact the construction may have on
residents and wharf users and will do everything we can to minimise
disruption during the construction period. We ask that during this
time, where possible, you use the facility only when absolutely
necessary and that the ferry may be a good option in some cases.
You will be kept updated on the work as it progresses.
If you would like further information, go to Council’s major projects
page or contact me on 9970 1326.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
Project Manager Church Point
Northern Beaches Council
M: 0466 513 567
Update from AUSGRID
CAROL’S WHARF LIGHTING
The overhead conductor supplying the Carols Wharf lighting was
damaged during one of the recent storms by a tree rubbing away the
The poles supplying the lights are currently being treated for termites.
I have attended the site and planned a solution to temporarily supply
the lights until the termite treatment is complete on the poles.
Ausgrid staff are
scheduled to carry out the repair of these lights on Monday 15/08/16.
Mark Petracco | Engineering Officer
NETWORK SERVICES | AUSGRID
Saturday 20 August at 7pm
Online booking at www.sirfb.org.au
A Farce of Nature
Performance: 20 August at 8pm.
Don't miss out.
Call Annette Ritchie 0410
007 501 to book.
(in alphabetical order):
Cheryl Byrne, Jessie Booth, Rachel Carter, and Susan Muranty.
Luke Ratcliff, Matt Bowden, Matt Lakeman and Tim Byrne.
Annette Richie at 0410 007 501
a mad-cap, pants-dropping, cross-dressing mayhem of
a crazy two hours on the Island. Some boisterous language,
lots of laughs, rudeness about
some Islanders, - some would say a typical Bob Bolton effort.
looking for a Fridge!
If you have a old Fridge available that still works but you would like
somebody to pick it up to get rid of it.
The Island Bush Kindy would love to have it.
Please call Aggy 0424 209 242 to make arrangements.
Artist's Trail Off-Shore Artists?
Any off-shore artists interested in submitting art to the Artist’s
Trail this year ?
If so, could you please ring Vicki Ratcliff on 99990192.
Free to Good Home
Homemaker (K Mart) microwave oven.
About 17 litres (small).
Please collect if wanted.
Lizzie Brand 0424341458.
Brand New Office Drawers for Sale
Never Used - $100
Never used, lockable office drawers. 45x55 cm on castors.
They were $250 from store .
Open to offers!
Phone Nadine 0402 752465
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