Grants for community groups
Community groups at Empire Bay and Pretty Beach have secured grants under the NSW Government's Community Building Partnership.
Empire Bay Progress Association and Pretty Beach Parents and Citizens Association have both received funds, according to the NSW Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch.
Mr Crouch said Empire Bay Progress Association's grant would be spent on installation of air conditioning.
The Pretty Beach grant would be spent on an LED sign for Pretty Beach Public School.
"This is part of a state-wide funding commitment by the NSW Government in community infrastructure projects that will enhance local facilities across every electorate in NSW," Mr Crouch said.
"Every dollar of this money aims to create more vibrant and inclusive communities, and deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes," he said.
Media release, 19 Dec 2017
Donna Golightly, Office of Adam Crouch MP
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