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garysylvaneySun, 17/12/2017 - 4:54pm

Big changes and opportunities lay ahead for your Association in 2018. The major programs achieved in recent years, especially 2017 are now the foundations upon which we must look to the future. Community facilities, Council relations, Resident communications and identification of needs will involve much of your Committees time and efforts in the year ahead. Your input to these tasks and projects are vital for success and are sought be they positive or negative to an issue.. None of us have all the answers, but I am totally committed to ensuring we move together as a united community, clearly focussed...

garysylvaneySun, 03/12/2017 - 3:51pm

We hope you are able to join us this coming Saturday (9 December 10am) for the December meeting of the Residents Association. The agenda is attached below but first let me take this opportunity to introduce you to your executive committee for the next year.

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garysylvaneySat, 14/10/2017 - 4:38pm

A new Executive Committee was elected with great appreciation and thanks expressed for the outstanding contribution to the Cove community by retiring President Doug Kohlhoff, Vice President Len Yearsley, Treasurer Kath Kohlhoff and Committee member Tony Hann.

The meeting did not elect a President but held this over, as allowed by the Constitution, until the first new Executive Committee meeting to be held in November.

The newly elected Executive Committee are:

Vice President. Gary Sylvaney.
Secretary. Susan Carter.
Treasurer. Doug Kohlhoff
Committee Member. Len Yearsley.
Committee Member. Bill Moller.
Committee Member. Trevor...

garysylvaneyFri, 13/03/2015 - 1:49pm

Recent statements by Senior Fire Authorities have expressed a negative view on the value of a water born escape facility for Cove residents (a Jetty) in the event of a serious bush fire threatening the residential areas.

As I understand the reasons given, they seem to revolve around these issues:

1).A Jetty, enabling water evacuation by marine craft (ferry,marine rescue, police or private vessels) would create a false sense of security for residents resulting in their delaying evacuation via our single road.

2).Burning ember risks to craft/ residents.

3).Lower oxygen levels in...

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