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dougkMon, 12/06/2017 - 3:12pm

The publication of a booklet on the Cove has been generously supported by both Cove News and MidCoast Council Library. The booklet is being produced to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Residents Association and will be launched on the afternoon of 20 August at a celebratory function.

Maureen Kelly, editor of Cove News, presented the cheque at Saturday's Residents Association meeting reading an accompanying letter that said in part:

This is, in my opinion, a very auspicious occasion celebrating the endeavours and successes of the Association and I congratulate and appreciate your efforts in publishing this

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Report
dougkSun, 11/06/2017 - 1:23pm

Clearly water quality and effluent disposal are topics of keen interest to local residents! There was a big attendance at Saturday's Residents Association and Malcolm Hunter, MidCoast Council's Environmental Health Coordinator, responded to questions from interested residents for more than an hour. Many of those questions and responses have been captured in the attached minutes of the meeting.

The meeting also covered a wide range of other local issues - including the pending release of the report on the Boat Ramp Investigation and the results of the survey on children's recreation activities in the Cove.

Information
dougkMon, 05/06/2017 - 1:41pm

The recently completed tennis practice court and multi-use facility is already proving quite popular among both adults and kids. It is free to use and self-managed - that is, no booking is required.

Tennis Club President, Peter Chappelow said "This is another great addition to the Cove infrastructure and complements the Community Precinct project very well."

Booklet to be launcheddougkFri, 02/06/2017 - 3:50pm

Many people have contributed to a booklet on the Cove being produced to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Residents Association's establishment. The booklet will be launched at the celebration on the afternoon of August 20. As well as noting the achievements of the Cove's various community groups, the booklet explores our local history and natural beauty. This limited-edition publication is packed with photos and will be both a collectors item and a wonderful gift for family and friends. Don't miss out. Reserve one or more copies now by transferring $20 per copy using the (recently changed) Association bank details...

Residents Meeting 10 June
Invitation
dougkFri, 02/06/2017 - 3:34pm

The guest Speaker at the next Residents Association Meeting on 10 June will be Malcolm Hunter, the newly-appointed Environmental Health Coordinator at Mid Coast Council. Malcolm will explain his role and update us on the outcomes of the recently-completed detailed studies into the quality of water within the North Arm Cove catchment. These studies were undertaken by Council in conjunction with Newcastle University. The results may lead to Council decisions impacting all Cove residents relating to the future of pump-outs, on-site disposal and sewerage.

The packed agenda for this June 10 meeting is attached. The agenda covers a...

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