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Report
tonyhSun, 15/04/2018 - 6:08pm

The following topics were on the agenda at Saturday's Residents' general meeting:

Illegal Dumping

Non-provision of waste skips

Indian myna birds

Table drains

Fire protection plans

Tea Gardens wharf

Non-urban land

Oyster lease maintenance

Clean-up Australia

Executive committee activities including: Drainage problems, aambulance response times, road and parking signs, parcel deliveries.

President Gary Sylvaney requested feedback from the community on issues perceived to be of importance to be addressed by NACRA in the future.

Attached are the minutes from the meeting and a form requesting feedback on the...

History
tonyhWed, 11/04/2018 - 12:38pm

Sunday 6 May 1918 is the accepted date for when the Port Stephens waterfront village of North Arm Cove began life as Port Stephens City. The celebrated Canadian Town Planner Walter Burley-Griffin designed this location & presented his plan to the Stroud Shire Council on this date 100 years ago which included a railway line, government administrative area ,a port location, all to be developed around his concept of circular roads surrounding important elements of the City , very much in the same way he had designed our National Capital of Canberra some 5 years or so, earlier ....

Information
tonyhWed, 11/04/2018 - 12:22pm

From Gary Sylvaney, NACRA President

Residents should be aware of the generalised nature of the following information in relation to On Site Sewerage Management Systems in the Mid Coast Council area. All repairs or modifications must be approved before any work is commenced. A Council Application Form is attached to this article for downloading.

Remember, if repairs or up grades are required to your system, Council Approval must be obtained before any work is commenced....

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Annie44Mon, 09/04/2018 - 11:05am

This year, the Stitch Gatherers group bring you some old-world charm for the Biggest Morning Tea, with the sweet fragrance of lavender and the timeless beauty of lace. To be held at the Community Hall on Saturday 5 May, the official start time is 10.00am but you might like to roll up at 9.30 to grab a bargain from the special sale table.

Cancer has touched many residents of the Cove...

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tonyhSat, 07/04/2018 - 4:37pm

Email received from MidCoast Council:

From: "Community" < Community@midcoast.nsw.gov.au >
Date: Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 7:29 AM +0100
Subject: Community update meetings
To: "Community" < Community@midcoast.nsw.gov.au >

Hi

It’s time again for us to visit communities right across the region, giving everyone an opportunity to stay updated with what’s happening at Council.

During April and May, we’ll be updating...

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tonyhSat, 07/04/2018 - 4:22pm

North Arm Cove Residents Association Inc.

General Meeting


Saturday 14 th. April 2018 10am at the Community Centre .

AGENDA

Welcome and Apologies:

Minutes from last GM held Saturday 10th February 2018

Moved: Seconded: Carried

That the minutes of the meeting of 10th February 2018 be confirmed.

Business arising.

< >That the correspondence be accepted

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Treasurer's.- Len...

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susancWed, 04/04/2018 - 4:45pm

With no contentious issues to resolve, the Club's general meeting ran smoothly. A small but regular group of people play frequently and attend the general meetings. A visit by people from Tennis NSW towards the end of last year confirmed that the club was exceptionally well run and congratulated Clyub Presidemt, Peter Chappelow, on his Governance Calendar which may be adopted for statewide use. There's always room for new players - just turn up at 9.00 am on Saturday for a game. See below for the minutes for the general meeting held on 4 April.

Invitation
tonyhWed, 04/04/2018 - 7:39am

We have a number of volunteer positions available for motivated residents of North Arm Cove who care about our Village, its Environment and Lifestyle.

Firstly, MCC Reserves and Parks Volunteers.

Duties involve assisting other resident volunteers in maintaining the three areas of public land currently open for community use.

*Heros Park.

*Community Precinct Area.

*Casuarina Reserve.

Tasks involve weeding, mowing and general clean up. All required equipment is supplied by Council and full training provided.

The time involved will not be a lot, due to rostering. Come and join us for some social...

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dougkSun, 16/08/2015 - 11:20pm

Names never count - said C.J. Dennis's Sentimental Bloke - But ar, I like "Doreen!" 

It is true that roses would still smell as sweet whatever you called them - yet knowing the correct name of a place or street when you are travelling can be quite handy.

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