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21 Sep 2020
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Wicks called to intervene in bridge dispute
Policy changed to allow burning at Patonga properties
Online and on-site voting for Diggers' board
Chickens hatch at Woy Woy
Woy Woy bingo resumes in Ettalong
Council to spend $7.5 million from contribution plans
He can remember the Harbour Bridge being built
Brigade offers online advice instead of open day
CWA branch receives grant for internet and television
Trolley loads of groceries donated to Mary Mac's Place
No firm date for water main project, despite 22 breaks
Over-55s village is almost finished
House demolition permitted
Changes approved for renovations at club
Proposal for three two-storey units
Application for granny flat display centre
Councillors achieve three years in office
House fire attended by 40 firefighters
CWA branch sells jams and pickles
Rotary hears about rainforest book
Rotary club makes workmanship award
Men's Shed annual meeting
Recognised with life membership
Library opening hours extended
Book fair postponed until restrictions are eased
Food and wine donated for fundraising raffle
Peninsula businesses named as awards finalists
Below average rainfall so far this month
Raising money while walking the streets
Support sought for funding application
Take your own trolley if you want to put your dog in it
Dog poo is a pollutant and health hazard
Use of bikes in parks is not black and white
Spend taxpayer and ratepayer money for all
Frustrated with trend to advertising litter?
Second aged care provider pays bonus shortfall
New resident moves in at 103
Aged care home reviews future in-person visits
Podcasts made for Women's Health Week
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Arts Trail held on long weekend
Bouddi Foundation awards initial round of grants
Students discover flying fox skull
Student finishes in top five of national music competition
CWA branch sponsors student excursions and activities
Student reports on Girrakool and Bulgandry excursions
Yuki completes five-month leadership program
School photos taken individually
Scholarship available for Bays resident
Excursion to outdoor education camp
Umina surf club hold awards presentation online
Three finals played at Umina on 'Super Saturday'
Junior touch accepts registrations
'Come and try' water polo
Bicycle group holds 'coffee cruise' to Woy Woy
Netball results
Soccer results
Bridge club attendance halves

Spend taxpayer and ratepayer money for all

I would like to congratulate Bruce Hyland of Woy Woy (Peninsula News 502, 7 September 2020) in relation to questions asking about the finance from Central Coast Council and where it would be spent.

As a person that sometimes shops at Woy Woy and going to the occasional breakfast, the old fish shop near the Bay View Hotel looks drab and is a disgusting area for the tourists to see.

The small access from Blackwall Rd to the station area needs to be developed and landscaped.

Let's get back to work and spend taxpayers and ratepayer money where the people expect, not for just a few.

If we in Australia want to have a decent country, we need people who will do the work without question and make it look exceptional for our tourists and locals alike.

All I see today are terrible developments with the cladding that is in question, rubbish is everywhere in the streets and, even though some citizens don't seem to care, the Central Coast can be made an example to the state and nation if we put our minds to it.

May I suggest that if you have older furniture and bikes, please contact the St Vincent de Paul Society, or other organisations that could help, instead of leaving it outside for weeks on end to have vermin and other problems for the community at large.

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