Last Reminder - 60th Anniversary Fireman's
are well in hand for the Fireman's Grand Ball next Saturday 11 July
commencing at 7:00pm:
Please book and pay
online as there will be no door sales.
- Confirmation that the
following dignitaries will be attending - Pittwater Mayor Jacqueline
Townsend, Local Federal Member Bronwyn Bishop and RFS Assistant
Commissioner Steve Yorke
- Gourmet finger food has been
- Complementary champagne and
sangria has been procured
- The bands - The Byrne's Unit
and Tabatha & Co are tuned up and ready to go
- The fire shed is being
- This is the last opportunity
to join the celebrations
are unable to pay online please contact our treasurer by email to email@example.com
to make alternative arrangements.
close at close of business Tuesday 7th July
Link to Book and Pay
We look forward to your support to make this an enjoyable celebration.
We apologise to any recipients who may have already booked or sent
Social Secretary SIRFB
Dear Community Member,
Thanks to those who have completed the survey and particularly to those
who have made comments. The survey closes this coming weekend and we
encourage all those who have not yet made a response to do so.
The link is here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SI_Waste_Water
The results of this survey we will publish shortly after it closes and
they will form the next step in our strategic approach to this issue.
The timing of the release of our survey results will also correspond to
the release of the much awaited IPART recommendation on whether or not
the Priority Sewerage Program should remain in Sydney Water’s Operating
A Letter to the Editor:
I note, with some concerns, that we are once again required to sign up
to the water line service, and, inter alia, affirming our
recognition that such water is Non-Potable.
I fear that this absurdity is about to spread further amongst the
Can we look forward to:
Pay Ausgrid for electricity supply, on the proviso we don’t turn on our
Pay Church Point Ferries for multi-trip fares, and agree to only
use(and pay) the Pink WaterTaxis.
Seek approval from the Council for installation of a bio-cycle system,
and have such granted with the proviso that we never use the toilet.
Have on-going phone bills from Telstra, and agree to them removing the
Book the Community Hall, for a family party, and agree that no actual
people, or dogs, will visit the premises.
Pay levies to SIRA for a set number of trips in the Community Vehicle,
and acknowledge the new announcement that it is prohibited from
travelling on any Island roads.
Ah, what a brave new world!
Yours most sincerely,
Disgusted, of Tunbridge Wells.
Casual Work Wanted
My name is Anthony I am visiting from France. I am staying with Paul
and Tracy and would like to find some casual work around the Pittwater.
I have helped Paul re-build his boatshed.
I am able to help in the garden or general jobs required around the
Can you call Paul, his number is 0416800040
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