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Fine Fuel Collection

1st February 2021

To help reduce the risk of bushfire and ember attacks, Council is organising another fine fuel collection as well as the scheduled vegetation collection.

Fine fuel includes dried leaves, twigs and bark that can easily catch fire.

Fine fuels are less than the diameter of your little

An update on the bushfire season

We are now well into the 20/21 fire season and obviously iit’s been a bit wetter and cooler than last year.

But we all know weather conditions can change quickly (last weekend is a good reminder) and so continued diligence is required. 

There are a number of scenarios that pose

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Free Parking at Church Point

Both Presidents from  West Pittwater and Scotland Island Residents association attended a Northern Beaches Council meeting last week to address the Council and oppose the motion to allow free parking at Church Point.

The motion has been  amended and Council decided that Church Point parking would be excluded from the

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Carols Wharf Upgrade

GPM Marine Constructions has commenced the upgrade of Carols Wharves on behalf of the Northern Beaches Council. Please be aware that all boats, mooring blocks, lines, and anchors on the Eastern Side of Carols Wharf between Bents 16 to Bent 29 will need to be vacated temporarily to ensure works

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Council Fine Fuel Collection Information

Residents of Scotland Island

To help reduce the risk of bushfire and ember attacks, Council is organising another fine fuel collection.

FINE FUEL COLLECTION – February 1, 2021 (not shown on your 2021 Waste & Recycling calendar)

Fine fuel includes leaves, twigs and bark that can easily catch fire and

COVID OUTBREAK

NSW health has reported 28 cases of Covid 19 on the Northern Beaches (as at midday 18/12/2020).

To assist contact tracing and to contain any potential spread of COVID-19, NSW Health asks that from Friday 18 December to Sunday 20 December 2020, people living in the Northern Beaches Local Government