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PASADENA UPDATE

Scotland Island Residents’ Association (SIRA) executive committee members and representatives from the West Pittwater Community Association (WPCA) and Church Point Friends (CPF) have been involved in several meetings with Northern Beaches Council Staff over the past few weeks to discuss the developments around the Pasadena site. It is important that …

Protest against re-opening of the Pasadena on Saturday 16 December

Pasadena Protest

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Friday, Dec. 15th

Offshore residents rally against Pasadena redevelopment

Local residents plan a protest rally on Saturday in opposition to the renovation and reopening of the Pasadena building at Church Point.

“The overwhelming majority of the community does not want this venue reopened,” said Sharon Kinnison, spokesperson for …

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AUSGRID ANNOUNCES PLANS

Ausgrid has announced plans to roll out improvements to our electricity infrastructure.

The following benefits will be achieved once these plans have been executed:

  • A second cable to the Island will reduce the risk of sub marine damage causing an outage, to almost zero
  • Insulators in the Island circular network
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Gone Fishing Gone!

The owner of the Pasadena has never shown any interest in the offshore community other than his assertion in the papers that him opening for business is going to be welcomed. The act of destroying art by offshore artists does not bode well for the future relationship.

 

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Mamatjira – Special Screening

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Having premiered at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival, Namatjira Project is heading to Scotland Island on Saturday 28 October for a special screening brought to you by the Scotland Island Kindy.
Big hART production, the documentary in part grew from the stage, but “it’s far more than

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RESULTS AUSGRID SURVEY

You may recall the survey by Ausgrid regarding our power usage patterns and the community’s attitude towards potential reliability improvement methods that Ausgrid is investigating.

From the communication we received:

“The survey responses received from 170 residents (approximately 33% of households) found that:

  • The majority of respondents (96.5%) would either