North Arm Cove Community Association Inc

tonyhMon, 16/07/2012 - 12:17pm

It's notoriously difficult to stop these people, but I'm advised that individuals can take action by going through the following process.

If you see anyone dumping rubbish, collect these details:

Date and time the incident occurred Location and road details Vehicle registration number, type and colour of vehicle Type of waste thrown out of the vehicle Take photos if you can

You should then complete a statutory declaration which makes reference to all the above and send the details to David Oates, Senior Ranger, who is authorised to issue infringements under the Act . This should lead to...

tonyhSun, 01/07/2012 - 3:45pm

Surveillance cameras are being used in the Shire to capture acts of illegal dumping. I was briefed by Amy McKey, Waste Management Co-ordinator, and David Oates, Council Ranger, last Friday (29/06/2012) on the latest initiative being taken to identify and prosecute those who choose to dump their rubbish in our 'back yards'.

Small and very discrete surveillance cameras are being set up in known hot spots. They have already been used here in the Cove area. The Council is eager to get some prosecutions under its belt to get the message out that dumping will not be tolerated....

Sea Wall FailuretonyhSun, 01/07/2012 - 3:28pm
An example of sea wall failure

At a council meeting with the community at Hawks Nest last November, NACRA put a question to Lisa Schiff, GLC Director of Planning, about the coastal erosion along our foreshore in North Arm Cove. Some waterfront property sea walls and gardens are disappearing because of wave action and poor storm water drainage in the street (resulting in excessive subsurface and surface water run-off).

Lisa Schiff was asked, " Property owners with waterfront blocks – how do they know what they can and can’t do to protect their blocks from erosion? What legislation must they be aware of and who...

lenyMon, 28/05/2012 - 12:48pm

Concerns, that the North Arm Cove community’s long felt need for improved water access has not been addressed, feature strongly in NACRA's response to Council's draft recreational boating strategy document.

The Community Association's response highlights some of the omissions and misunderstandings in the report and seeks meetings with Council prior to the draft being formally adopted.

The NACRA response is attached below.

dougkWed, 16/05/2012 - 12:00pm

Great Lakes Council has placed its draft Recreation Boating Infrastructure Strategy on public exhibition inviting comments and submissions which must be received by Council by 25 th May. This is an important document as the plan will determine expenditure priorities for the future. The North Arm Cove Residents Association is currently preparing a response.

The full document may be downloaded from: http://www.greatlakes.nsw.gov.au/Your_Council/On_Exhibition/Recreation_Boating_Strategy


Section 2.0 of the document begins:

Great Lakes Council has provided...

March 16dougkFri, 16/03/2012 - 6:59pm
Roofing work

North Arm Cove locals are keenly watching the construction of the long-awaited pergola adjacent to the Community Hall.

lenyThu, 15/03/2012 - 4:18pm

Q uestions prepared by North Arm Cove Residents Association members for the Public Meeting on "Paper subdivisions" are now attached to this article .

Residents are encouraged to attend the public meeting next Monday as the changes proposed would significantly affect North Arm Cove.

lenyThu, 16/02/2012 - 3:02pm

The Department of Planning and Infrastructure has released a Consultation Draft that if implemented will allow the re subdivision of Non Urban Land in North Arm Cove. All the subdivided land from the Pacific Highway to the Village is involved; 2831 landowners including Walker Corporation and Great Lakes Council as landowners. This is not merely rezoning the non urban land to residential.

The proposed amendment amongst the 40 pages of information published states that if 60% of landowners controlling 60% of the land agree by postal ballot to proposed Development Plans re subdivision may be possible. The issue...

Nick Green with Rob & LendougkThu, 09/02/2012 - 2:46pm
Nick Green inspects formwork

With the concrete work now complete, we are looking forward to seeing the pergola start to take shape.

lenyThu, 02/02/2012 - 2:57pm

As a consequence of the NACRA executive meeting with Glen Handford Great Lakes Council General Manager, plus Grant Applications made by the Great Lakes Council and North Arm Cove Tennis Club, the NACRA Committee can report that 2012 is looking good for North Arm Cove.

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