Council works start ahead of schedule
Central Coast Council will start $500,000 of capital works on the Peninsula ahead of schedule.
The projects were not expected to commence until next financial year, wich starts in June.
The budgetary amendments were listed in the council's 2017-18 Quarter 2 Business Report, which was tabled at its February 26 meeting.
Six projects were listed.
Woy Woy's Lions Park shelter will be replaced this financial year at a cost of $45,000.
Ettalong's Lemon Grove netball courts will be floodlit sooner than expected with a $250,000 budget amendment accepted by Council.
A roof will be constructed over the courtyard at Umina Library, costing $20,000.
The Peninsula Theatre's house lighting will be replaced at a cost of $15,000.
A new perimeter fence will be installed around the Peninsula Leisure Centre a cost of $96,000.
Fire protection at the Ettalong Senior Citizens' Centre will also be installed ahead of schedule at a cost of $33,000.
Central Coast Council agenda
Item 3.1, 26 Feb 2018
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