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1960cjjFri, 16/08/2019 - 10:10am

A hazard reduction will take place over the weekend and into Monday if weather condition permit. It will take place SW of the community hall. Details are attached.

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ChrislynWed, 14/08/2019 - 11:49am

Hello North Arm Cove Residents

Thank you to everyone who attended to Meeting on Saturday. Fantastic to see such a strong start to the New Financial Year. Currently we have 70 Financial Members of Nacra (Paid up to 30/06/2020) 

An Envelope was delivered to my Letterbox with lovely handwriting addressing it to me...however, there is no Name anywhere...I do not know who delivered the Renewal.

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mpicklesThu, 08/08/2019 - 8:06am

North Arm Cove Residents Association.

Agenda General Meeting 10 August 2019

Welcome

Apologies:

Minutes of the meeting held 1 June and 8 June April

Business Arising : Heros Beach Submission, Medina Bay Update , Electricity Project

Correspondence In :

Approval from NSW Community Projects for the Lets Picnic at Heros Beach project to be presented for voting by the community on the NSW Community Projects website.
Copies of emails addressed to Janine...

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mpicklesThu, 08/08/2019 - 7:56am

Janine and Bob Reid and members of the community have made thorough and tireless representations to Fisheries and the Department of Primary Industries regarding the Oyster Leases in the Cove.

Janine has prepared an extensive report for the next General Meeting of NACRA on Saturday 10 August.

Please read the report and the proposed response for the meeting Friday 16 August with the Acting Deputy Director of DPI.

mpicklesMon, 05/08/2019 - 11:13am

Lids for Kids

A scheme to recycle plastic lids which are not able to be recycled through the garbage system.

North Arm Cove resident Christine Shyndell has arranged to collect lids which are then turned into prosthetic hands for child amputees by Victorian-based not-for-profit group, Envision.

Recycle your plastic bottle lids and bread bag tags at the Hall.

Plastic lids are re-cycled to make...

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mpicklesSun, 04/08/2019 - 7:11am

Privacy

North Arm Cove Residents Association Incorporated known as NACRA ("We") are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.

We take our Members' privacy seriously and we will only collect and use your personal information as outlined below. Our Privacy Statement fully complies with the Privacy Act 1988 and represents the Incorporated Associations best practice.

Personal information collected

Providing us with your phone number(s), email, mailing and residential address is a requirement of your Membership Application and our Constitution. This information is used to contact you with NACRA related material only and not for...

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tonyhThu, 01/08/2019 - 7:50pm

Department of Primary Industries Oyster Leases (3).pdf The attached letter is the response we have received from Scott Hansen, Director General, Department of Primary Industries, to our petition dated June 9 expressing the concerns of some 60 NAC residents about the new floating basket farming system being introduced to our waterways. It's now for the community to decided if Mr Hansen has adequately addressed all our concerns or if there are still serious unresolved issues which need to be pursued.

Today's featured article

dougkSun, 12/06/2016 - 11:13pm

The struggle for water access in North Arm Cove - including a community boat ramp and jetty - has been a long one which, until now, has always met with disappointment. For almost 50 years the Residents Association (which has over time also been known as the Progress Association and the Village Association) “water access” has been a recurring issue of concern.

Both the Walter Burley Griffin original and Henry F Halloran's subsequent early 20th century designs for "Port Stephens City" included multiple public jetties. Boat ramps in the early 20th century were not, of course, a consideration....

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