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tonyhTue, 14/02/2017 - 10:16am

North Arm Cove Boating Development Plan
A response to a letter from property owners

These comments are in response to a letter written by two long-term Cove property owners about the Boating Now's feasibility study into a boat ramp and jetty in North Arm Cove.

The letter included a report on the suitability of Medina Bay and was addressed to Kate Washington with, I believe, copies to the MidCoast Council. It now appears that the letter is in open circulation in our community but without the report.

It...

Invitation
Annie44Mon, 30/01/2017 - 12:25pm

When Cove residents Joan and Col Williams saw Loosely Woven perform at Wallarobba in August last year, they just knew they had to book them for North Arm Cove. So Joan and the YESS committee got together and approached Loosely Woven with some tentative dates, finally settling on Saturday, 18 February.

This is your chance to see a unique group of performers consisting of approximately 20 singers and instrumentalists. Presented in a cabaret style, the music is a mix of folk, classical, comedy, pop, blues, ethnic and country, plus a bit of drama...

Annie44Sun, 15/01/2017 - 12:37pm

Celebrate Australia Day, Thursday 26 January 2017 on Heros Beach.

Be there for the "Blessing of the Fleet" at noon. Bring your family, bring some friends (and if you have one - please bring your boat).

FREE SAUSAGE SIZZLE COURTESY OF THE YESS COMMITTEE PLUS PLENTY OF ACTIVITIES AND GAMES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN

BYO chairs, tables and refreshments and proudly celebrate Australia day in your very own special community of beautiful North Arm Cove.

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dougkTue, 10/01/2017 - 9:24am

At an extraordinary meeting of MidCoast Council held on 21 December 2016 it was resolved that MidCoast County Council (which trades as MidCoast Water) should be dissolved and merged as a separate business unit within MidCoast Council. This resolution is a recommendation to the Minister for Local Government.

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dougkTue, 10/01/2017 - 8:57am

MidCoast Council's plans for a Special Rate Variation (SRV)  to apply for four years commencing in 2017-18 have been blocked.  An edict from the Office of Local Government in late 2016 expressly ruled out consideration of SRVs for any newly merged council - at least for the next financial year. The basic rate increase (expected to be 2.5%) will still apply.

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