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Recent blog contributions

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tonyhTue, 11/06/2019 - 3:04pm

Many Cove residents are upset because of the sudden change of farming method being employed by two oyster lease owners in the Cove. These leases haven't been used for many years. We were not given any warning by the Aquaculture and Fisheries people of the intended escalation of farming activity. It seems that some water access ways are being removed and it would seem that the intensity of farming and the effective size of farmed areas will be significantly increased.

A letter has been prepared for the Director General of the Department of Primary Industries - see below....

Report
dougkWed, 05/06/2019 - 5:46pm

If you were trying to access this website last Monday afternoon or evening (3 June) you might have thought it no longer existed. And for some six and a half hours it didn't. This is why:

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janinerMon, 03/06/2019 - 8:43am

We have received confirmation from the Aquaculture section of the NSW Department of Primary Industries that the two oyster leases just off the residential area will be worked. In recent months several lines of floating cultivation have been installed. A lot more floating cultivation will be installed in the coming months.

Many residents have contacted the Department to find out what is happening. The Department prepared a written response for the Resident's Association meeting which was held last Saturday. A copy of this response is attached.

The Department has offered to meet with the residents in about two...

Idea
darralltSun, 02/06/2019 - 8:03am

North Arm Cove – an idea submission to NACRA  1 June 2019

“Working together we will make a great place to live even better”

The ‘city-size blocks’ sub-division with no infrastructure means that conventional real estate development in North Arm Cove would be an environmental disaster.

The original Canberra-like plan for North Arm Cove by the same famous architect Walter Burley Griffin was beautiful but altered by Halloran real-estate into a high-density subdivision.

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