Peninsula works program boosted by $2.2 million
An additional $2.2 million will be spent on the Peninsula this year in Central Coast Council's works program after receipt of government grants.
New Federal Infrastructure funding of $900,000 will be spent on the upgrade of Davis St in Booker Bay including drainage, kerb and guttering, footpath and pavement works.
Another $750,000 Federal Infrastructure grant will be spent by Council on Umina's Ryans Rd including drainage, kerb and guttering and a foothpath.
A grant of $350,000 from the Safer Local Roads program will be spent on a non-skid seal upgrade of the Thommo's Loop Fire Trail to Wattle Cr off Woy Woy Rd.
Stabilisation of embankments damaged in the June 2016 storms will occur with grants of $63,000 for Monastir Rd, Phegans Bay and $50,000 for Jacquline Ave, Killcare Heights.
An additional $34,000 in new grant funding will be spent on more work at the Trafalgar Ave playground.
A grant of $50,000 will be spent on lighting at Ettalong Oval.
Woy Woy library's mobile shelving units will be upgraded at a cost of $17,000.
Central Coast Council agenda 4.1, 18 Dec 2017
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