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Council Community Consultation Meeting

jaybeeThu, 26/03/2015 - 6:10pm

The evening of last Wed 25 March I attended the Councils Community presentation in relation to Dredging the Myall River & Corrie Island restoration projects. Meeting was lead by Gerard Tuckerman from GLC & supported by Neil Kellerman , Nat Res Officer.

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Are you well connected?

Your input is needed!dougkFri, 20/03/2015 - 6:28pm

In 2015 you would think that all parts of Australia should have access to good communication services. But, do all residents of North Arm Cove have good access to mobile phone coverage and reliable TV, Radio and Internet? It certainly appears that some don't - but we need more details. If you live in the Cove we would like you to complete a short survey. Whether you have perfect reception and connectivity or not we need to know.

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A boat ramp? A jetty? An investigation.

A site?dougkFri, 13/03/2015 - 9:22pm

The final version of the Regional Boating Plan for Port Stephens-Hunter has now been released and - yes - North Arm Cove does receive a brief mention. So does Tahlee. Priority projects too. But don't get too excited just yet.

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A Grand achievement

Council Grant SuccessdougkFri, 13/03/2015 - 6:10pm

Once again the Cove community has been fortunate to receive a small grant to improve facilities in the Cove. Each year Great Lakes Council invites applications from community groups for funding from its Community Grants program. With just $30,000 available the Council received 56 applications this year seeking a total funding of almost $90,000.

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Federal MP to hear residents concerns

Bob Baldwin to visit CovedougkFri, 13/03/2015 - 3:57pmBob Baldwin to visit Cove

Put Saturday April 11, 10am in your diary now! After hearing about concerns on various federal issues expressed at the last Residents Meeting, Federal MP Bob Baldwin has made space in his schedule to visit the Cove. Bob says ...

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David BensonFri, 13/03/2015 - 2:42pm

From 1826 to 1831 an area of salt marsh to the east of Karuah on Port Stephens was the scene of intense activity as in excess of one hundred convicts employed by the Australian Agricultural Company strove to turn it into viable farming land. The site was known as Number One Farm and the scheme was the brainchild of Robert Dawson the AA Company's first Chief Agent. It was a miserable failure.

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