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Today the Northern Beaches Council have published an outrageous proposal to remove 25% (the roadside row of the main carpark) over the weekend from those with a Church Point Parking Permit. This removes a right we have had for over 50 years (since the main carparking area was created) to …

comedy

PASADENA DA LODGED

comments due by September 8

Send to pittwater_council@pittwater.nsw.gov.au Subject: DA: N0313/16

This will have HUGE impact on parking

OBJECT to this DA to stop further car parking erosion

REMEMBER:

Council’s current proposals to change the parking rules in local streets (with no CPP exemption) will reduce unrestricted

Ann Wilson Funerals

cnr., Darley Street and Barrenjoey Road, Mona Vale tomorrow

Friday 3 June at 12pm,

Friends of Bill Lee are invited to attend a service at Ann Wilson Funerals, cnr Darley Street and Barrenjoey Road, Mona Vale tomorrow, Friday 3 June at 12pm, and afterwards at the Mona …

Objectors to $7m development prompt foreign investor to build smaller residence on Scotland Island

The new plans for Yamba on Scotland Island, which are far less lavish than before. Picture: Supplied 

A  BILLIONAIRE foreign businessman has abandoned plans to build a lavish home at a

Scotland Island families campaign to save tiny kindy from closure

Kimberley Deeney, James, Max, Sabrina Antoniou, Ivy, Anna Piazza and Ava at Scotland Island kindy.


PARENTS on Scotland Island have launched a crowd-funding campaign to save their beloved kindy from having to close its doors.

The Church Point Upgrade Aesthetics Advisory Group will represent key stakeholder and community views and provide input on the final aesthetics of the car park and boardwalk project. This includes elements such as landscape treatments, walkways, lighting and facades.

Items that are out of scope for the group include any …

This is a reminder that the closing date for submissions responding to Council’s proposals for Demand and Parking management at Church Point is this Sunday, April 10. Some residents have asked for a clear explanation of the issue. For this we have prepared: