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New MidCoast directors
dougkThu, 21/07/2016 - 4:20pmNew Mid Coast directors

This week saw the announcement of the appointment of four directors to the MidCoast Council's management team. Each of the three directors from the old Great Lakes Council have now been appointed as directors of the new Council.

Ron Hartley - previously Director of Engineering Services with Great Lakes becomes Director of Engineering and Infrastructure . This role will include responsibility for all of the civil infrastructure such as roads, drainage, flooding, coastal processes and technical engineering advice.

Lisa Schiff maintains her previous Great Lakes role and title of Director of Planning and Natural Systems.


15-31 July 2016
MollerwThu, 14/07/2016 - 12:33pm

Hazard Reduction Works are planned for areas adjacent to North Arm Cove: around Inverell Circuit which is located to the west of the Community Hall. The work will occur during the period 15 July - 31 July 2016 from 1pm subject to weather conditions. A copy of the official notice is attached.

Volunteers in training
dougkWed, 13/07/2016 - 11:04pm

A number of hardy locals braved the chilly winter winds to begin work on the North Arm Cove Village Green. ...

A digital collection
dougkSun, 10/07/2016 - 12:38pm

Only four weeks to go to Australia's first digital census. No, it is not really a count of our fingers and toes! The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has moved the census to online collection to reduce costs and because it is more environmentally friendly. There will be massive data-entry savings compared to the last census. Our fingers will be doing the work.

In the first week of August we should receive a letter from the ABS, addressed ‘To the Resident’. This letter will include your household’s unique Census Login and instructions on how to complete the Census online....

Waiting waiting ...
dougkSat, 09/07/2016 - 11:33amCrown Lands in Waiting

Patience they say is a virtue. But three years is just too long to wait.

It's now three years since our Residents Association submitted its successful application for Dinghy Ramps. Planned to make it easier to hand-launch at Water Street and Casuarina Reserves, these ramps have been awaiting Crown Lands approval. A wait of more than a year.

On 14 December last year, Crown Lands told us that the last requirement for approval had been met. All that remained was for the final approval letter to be sent to Council. Seven months on – still nothing! Why?...

Success at Election Day
mpicklesSun, 03/07/2016 - 3:15pm

Despite low numbers of voters in the Cove a sunny day and a great atmoshere at the hall on Election Day contributed to a succesful event.

The BBQ was popular and raised over $200 and another $250 through donations and Jam and Pickle sales making a grand total of $450 for the Fire Brigade.

It was great to meet the members of the fire brigade and show support.

The Community Garden Raffle was drawn by Smithy, Patricia Mollar achieved a brilliant result with the raffle raising over $940 selling tickets through neighbours,...

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