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29 Jun 2020
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Road works receive $1.4 million in government funding
Community events granted $42,000
Working bees weed and mulch Runway Park gardens
Phegans Bay rock climber rescued by helicopter
Funds committed to improve facilities for commuters
Certificate issued for rail tunnel phone tower
Investigation under way after human jawbone found
Council to look into installing soap in public toilets
Soap is the best hand cleaner, student experiment finds
Soap is the best hand cleaner, students show
Water and sewerage maintenance projects announced
Former Member for Gosford dies aged 90
Construction certificate for $2.3 million gymnasium
Application to build three townhouses
Construction certificate for Ettalong multi-dwellings
Council biodiversity strategy to be redrafted
Councillors decide to attend briefings remotely
Landscaping work in Woy Woy town centre
Dedicated team for Woy Woy
Libraries re-open on a limited basis
Progress association launches online fundraising effort
Cenotaph to be restored and featured on website
Planning Panel proves to be more costly, says Tesch
Rate notices to include hardship advice
New Rotary president at Woy Woy
No clear Covid roadmap for tourism, Tesch claims
Support line advertised in shopping centres
MP recognises a Woy Woy business in parliament
One quarter of average rainfall recorded for June
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Someone needed to stand up to buzzword-led invasion
Call to Council to publish a full response
Are public toilets cleaned regularly and well?
Commuter bus could not be booked by phone
Average bloke cannot afford extra tolls
Economic Strategy is same meaningless flummery
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Second edition of Stories from Patonga is planned
Award winner finds success as 'mature model'
Gallery re-opens in Ettalong
Television appearance for 79-year-old 'singing caddie'
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Archaeological dig to be conducted at school
Pick up and drop off rules enforced
Kindergarten information sessions to be held in July
Music bus returns after hiatus
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Bowling greens re-open for normal use this week
Peninsula loses 'all-time great sporting identity'
Woy Woy Lions resume training
Life Saving Club prepares for 100th birthday

Pick up and drop off rules enforced

Parents and carers of students at Woy Woy Public School have been reminded that they must follow coronavirus rules when picking up and dropping off children at school.

Woy Woy Public School joint principals Ms Ona Buckley and Mr Dan Betts the process for pick ups and drop offs was being enforced.

"We know that dropping off and picking up your children at present is hard, as our school is not able to invite parents on site," they said.

"There is congestion at our gates and more traffic congestion on our main pick up areas in Park and Bowen Rds.

"Please be sensible and exercise consideration and fairness to others.

"Our Kiss and Drop zone must be used correctly at all times.

"Kiss and Ride Zones are designed for your convenience and for your child's safety.

"Designed for quick entry and exit, these zones minimise congestion and risk when used properly by all parents and carers.

"These zones operate under the same conditions as no-parking zones, which means you may stop to drop off or pick up children for a maximum of two minutes.

"You're required to remain in, or within three metres of, your vehicle.

"Fines can be given to those who do not do the right thing."





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