North Arm Cove Community Website

janinerSat, 19/06/2021 - 4:18pm

Local Council Elections will be held on Saturday 4 September 2021.

Voting is compulsory for local residents. You are also eligible to vote as a non-resident in a council area if you are:

  • an owner of rateable land in the council area
  • an occupier or rate-paying lessee of rateable land in the council area.

Non-residential rolls provide people who are non-resident owners, occupiers and rate-paying lessees of rateable land within the MidCoast Council area an opportunity to have a say in who is elected to Council.

  • There are two non-residential rolls: the
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janinerSat, 19/06/2021 - 3:45pmSteering group

Last year, MidCoast Council sent out a postcard asking residents and property owners what they liked about the North Arm Cove and Carrington area and what improvements they would like to see. This was a prelude to forming a steering group to develop a Local Community Plan (LCP).

Council’s idea for a Community Plan is "for people within a community to come together, have a conversation about what they want for the future and develop a plan for how...

bobreidSun, 13/06/2021 - 8:54pm

A draft of the minutes for the ordinary meeting held on 8 May 2021 are appended below.

A copy of these minutes will be emailed to all NACCAi members with the agenda for the next meeting.

The next meeting will be held on Saturday 14 August 2021 from 2pm to 3:30pm at the Community Centre. The Annual General Meeting will be held afterwards from 3:30pm to 4pm.

Site Meeting
mpicklesFri, 04/06/2021 - 12:09pm

The upgrade project funded by NSW Office of Gambling and Bushfire Relief at the Community Centre is now well underway and expected to be completed in early August 2021.

The Centre Committee has been working on improving the electricity for over 10 years including submissions for solar. The results will be pleasing to allow for numerous activities and use of a range of appliances at the one time. And tennis players will be able to use the...

Today's featured/historical article ...

dougkSun, 02/08/2015 - 9:35pm

As we continue to campaign for improved telecommunications in the Cove it is worth remembering that this local struggle began many years ago. But before relating a bit of that history here is a quick question:

How many permanent residents do you think would have lived in our North Arm Cove village back in 1968?

10? 20? 50? 100? more?