Church Point Parking Demand
As a resident of the Church Point, Scotland Island and Western
Pittwater Communities, Northern Beaches Council is sending this
communication as a reminder of the community meeting being held to
discuss the Church Point Parking Demand Management Strategy.
The meeting will be held on Saturday 29 October from 1-2.30pm at the
Mona Vale Memorial Hall.
For your reference, download the agenda here.
Information relating to the Church Point Parking Demand Management
Strategy and details on how to register to speak or ask a question will
be distributed through our email contact list and made available at pittwater.nsw.gov.au/your say from 10am Wednesday
26 October 2016.
Please note that all registered speakers will be allocated two (2)
minutes to speak.
Active Travel Projects Officer
Northern Beaches Council
P: 02 9970 1196
Melbourne Cup Day at the
Tuesday 1St November at 2pm
Pittwater Online News -
Scotland Island RFB Members
Awarded Long Service Medals:
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For Sale Items
David and Margaret Orr are leaving Elvina Bay soon and clearing out a
‘Bali style’ double bed
with matching side table and inner spring mattress - $50
LEGO Speed boat (glued model, ex display) - $10
2 x 3 drawer pine bedside tables - $20
Single bedroom or dining chair (rattan seat incl optional cushion) - $10
Heavy duty galvanised scaffolding (4 x 1.5 m levels – total to 6m,
wheels, easy to erect platforms, stabilising poles) - $100 (sorry no
photos, inspection welcome)
Phone: David on 0474 297 919 or Margaret 0402 075 404
Free to a Good home
Desk Top Computer
( Windows XP )
Office works included
Keyboard and Mouse
H.P. Colour Printer.
Call Jan on 9986 0172
Clean Fill Available
5 or more cubic metre bags of clean fill available on the island.
Please phone 0431018279
A complete set of past electronic newsletters since May 2000 can be
found and read at https://ymlp.com/archive_gesgjgm.php or
by visiting the Mona Vale Library.
The Island website is at www.scotlandisland.org.au
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views expressed in this newsletter are not necessarily the views of the
Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA), or
Pittwater Community Association (WPCA)