Pathway and amenities applications rejected
The NSW Government has rejected applications from Central Coast Council for a shared pathway at Ettalong and works at the Patonga Holiday Park.
Council had estimated that the cost of the shared pathway along Barrenjoey Road at Ettalong would cost around $1.3 million and had applied for $890,000 assistance from the state.
It also proposed to use $100,000 from the NSW Government to upgrade the amenities block at the popular local camping ground.
Both applications were made under Round 1 of the Stronger Country Communities program and both were unsuccessful.
According to a staff report to the July 23 Council meeting, "The program had a limited amount of funding allocated to the Central Coast Local Government Area.
"Some unsuccessful priority project applications have been updated and resubmitted under Round 2," the staff report said.
Central Coast Council agenda 4.3, 23 Jul 2018
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