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15 Jun 2020
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On-demand commuter bus service stops abruptly
Council resists campaign for soap in public toilets
Keep coral trees, says shade tree group
Ownership mistake discovered
Registered clubs re-open to limited numbers of patrons
Her own teeth, a sense of humour and an able body
Landcare group seeks answers about damaged trees
Parking meters removed from implementation plan
Proposed swimming pool removal prompts action
Hardy's Bay hall re-roofed
Closing date extended for comment on facilities policy
'Play space' strategy online soon
Library offers select and collect service
Economic strategy to be open for public comment
Holstein elected to fire management committees
Local picnic spots miss out on Council listing
Safety concerns recorded for Peninsula schools
John Della Bosca honoured for service to public health
Friendship led to career seeking social justice
Peninsula more vulnerable than average to job losses
Check for unclaimed money, says Crouch
Council and national park campsites reopen
Umina PCYC plans to resume classes
Coronavirus puts damper on 70th birthday celebrations
Designs wanted
Peninsula records low rainfall in wettest month
Mutu St upgrade was needed
Exhaust all public transport and current parking options
Council's parking essay must make us all tremble
Planning Statement raises two queries
Issues keep circulating on planner merry-go-round
Planning vacuum fails to consider flooding
Principal asks that children wear helmets
Woy Woy school is yet to reopen to parents and carers
New plan for Year 5 opportunity class
Digital scoreboard installed at Woy Woy oval
Roosters expect to field three teams this season
Netball association frustrated by lack of clear guidelines
Charity bowls expected to resume soon
Leisure Centre re-opens for exercise
Pretty Beach tennis court reopens
Real estate interest led to local development

Registered clubs re-open to limited numbers of patrons

Registered clubs on the Peninsula have reopened to limited numbers of patrons, since restrictions were eased at the start of June, having been closed since March.

Patrons will be subject to temperature checks, and a number of other requirements may apply.

At Ettalong Diggers, members and guests will be required to sign in and out with their name and contact details, with a required temperature test upon entry.

The Club will open at midday daily, with different sections of the Club, including the bistro, cafe and gaming rooms, having different opening hours on different days of the week.

The Club is enforcing a numbers limit of 311, based on the number of dining areas in the Club.

Chief executive Mr Bill Jackson said that his priority was following the State Government's guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all patrons.

At Everglades Country Club, only members will be granted entry.

However, "if you are not currently a member, you can join for $5," said general manager Mr Ross Seabrook.

All members must sign in and sign out, providing a contact number.

"We will keep this for 28 days in order to contact you should an outbreak occur in the area."

All members will be subjected to a temperature check, and any patrons with a temperature of 37.5 degrees or higher will be refused entry.

All members must remain seated unless ordering food, beverages or travelling between areas.

All patrons must keep 1.5m distance between themselves and others, unless they are from the same household.

The venue's capacity is 130 patrons.

Patrons have been asked to listen to and follow instructions from staff, which may include being asked to be seated or move to another area.

At Ettalong Bowling Club, both the Alfresco Brasserie and Harry's Chinese Restaurant have recommenced their normal lunch and dinner dining times.

Patrons are recommended to phone ahead to make a booking.

"We at Ettalong Bowling Club have developed a Covid-safe reopening plan with procedures and compliance levels required by the Government, NSW Health Department and Regulatory Authorities," said chief executive Mr Tim McGavin.

"You can be assured of your safety and health while you're using the club's facilities."

Entry and exit access will be through the main reception and all members and visitors will be required to sign into a Covid -19 register and have their temperature checked upon entry into the club.

All other entry and exits will be closed until further notice.

Social distancing and good personal hygiene will be expected at all times throughout the club.

Signs have been placed around the club and hand sanitiser has been placed on all service areas.

"If you are unwell or are experiencing flu-like symptoms, such as a cough, fever or fatigue please do not enter the club and stay home," said Mr McGavin.

"We did not get a lot of notice to reopen our club but management and staff have been working behind the scenes to ensure that all our members and guests have a great experience and feel safe when visiting the club."

Club Umina will have strict guidelines and restrictions in place following the re-opening of the Club.

The duration of a patron's stay will be monitored and restricted.

Body temperature will be checked.

Dining will be limited to a maximum of four people per booking only.

Loitering or mingling will not be allowed, and patrons will be expected to adhere to 1.5 metres physical distancing.

Patrons will be asked to follow all Club preventive hygiene and safety measures.

Management may refuse entry or service and patrons may be advised to leave.

Delays may occur when entering the club.

Other restrictions may apply.

Other than bingo, all other promotions and activities will be on hold until further notice.

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