Council plans 66 projects for the Peninsula
Around 46 streets and roads on the Peninsula will receive attention in the coming year, with 66 individual projects listed for the Peninsula in the Council's operational plan.
"The projects vary from major upgrades to resealing," said deputy mayor Cr Chris Holstein.
"Five key projects have been included that were each valued at between $200,000 and $600,000 and the reseals ranged in value from $7000 up to $88,000.
The total spend on Peninsula road projects in the 2018-19 financial year will be $5.5 million," he said.
"Around 10 bus stops have also been identified for upgrades.
"The big issues continue to be the maintenance and upgrade of the Peninsula's roads but there's also a range of other funding identified for the Peninsula," he said.
The Lemongrove netball courts at Ettalong have been earmarked for an upgrade and "substantial improvements" are planned for the Peninsula Leisure Centre along with a range of ovals.
Interview, 26 Jun 2018
Chris Holstein, Central Coast Council
Reporter: Jackie Pearson
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