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Collapse Issue 598:<br />08 Jul 2024<br />_____________Issue 598:
08 Jul 2024
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Council cuts $1.44 million from Peninsula capital works
Steady flow of visitors at Bays Art Show
Mary Mac's seeks donations for meal service
Kevin Brooks announces run for council
Nominations sought for community champion awards
Klaas celebrates 90th birthday
Mingaletta to hold Naidoc gathering on Friday
Woy Woy volunteer wins 'rising star' award
CWA branch starts next stage of hall renovation
Woy Woy Rotary club receives bulletin award
Incoming president honours Scottish heritage
Marine Rescue volunteers undertake training exercises*
Reid welcomes 'cost-of-living measures'*
Men's Shed encourages members to new location
Patonga fire brigade boat crew called to assist
Bushcare group seeks new members*
Represented at Bathurst changeover*
Butter cake was demonstrated by cookery officer
Recommended by CWA book club*
Naidoc storytime session to be held at library
Beginners' workshop with craft cutting machine*
CWA branch has lunch in East Gosford*
Group urges residents to ask for more tree planting
Council provides plants for bushcare group
Track from Patonga to Pearl Beach is promoted*
Elders and seniors wellbeing gathering*
Man dies in St Huberts Island house fire*
Level crossing incident
Volunteers wanted on day of festival*
Library hosts Mod Podge Hats workshop*
Mingaletta holds free school holiday program
Wildlife show at Woy Woy library*
Monthly youth yarn-up on Thursday
June rainfall 40 per cent above average
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Application for $2.6M beachfront house at Pearl Beach
Residents association holds planning workshop
Seven complying developments approved
Stage two work starts at aged care home
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Parking fine despite absence of signs or yellow line
Good news for council election
Reasons why Blackwall Reserve should be saved
'Deferred matters' decision shows lack of good faith*
Replace the deadly Rawson Rd level crossing
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Knitted goods and cash donated to Mary Mac's
Visitors asked to wear masks at aged care home
Referral program proves successful recruitment strategy
New bus takes its first excursion*
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Six plays selected for Flash Festival
Enrolments open for term three painting class*
Documentary about Palestinian struggles screened
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Woy Woy to lose 'immensely popular' teacher
Woy Woy South plays in basketball gala day*
Girls soccer team win Bill Turner Cup
Students meet Local Member in Canberra
Three-way conferences to replace of interviews
Umina Beach students take part in First Aid course
Futsal team wins State championship*
St John's appoints new parent engagement co-ordinator
School produces digital reports for the first time*
Aboriginal education officer wins cultural award
Year 11 subject selection information evening*
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Roosters appear vindicated with 20-year ban on fan
Peninsula Swans had a mud bath
Mixed fours championship play in cold wet wind
Everglades bowls awards night held
Bridge club holds Novice Pairs championship
Southern Spirit seeks grade captains
Three Tour de Central Coast rides involve Woy Woy
Umina surf club members win Central Coast awards
Eagles lose with depleted side*
Joint rubgy league team has first win*
Ocean Beach surf club elects new committee
PCYC offers 'Mini Olympics'
Outrigger club presents awards
Park run is short of volunteers
High-scoring rugby union match for Woy Woy*
Berkeley Vale beat SEU for second time*
Umina surf club elects life member*
Registration opens for winter water polo

Council cuts $1.44 million from Peninsula capital works

Just over $1.44 million in capital works has been cut from Central Coast Council's budget for the Peninsula when it adopted its 2024-25 Operational Plan on Tuesday, June 25.

Total cuts across the region amounted to $3.77 million from what had been proposed in its draft budget.

The Peninsula's contribution to these cuts represents 38 per cent, with a population of about 12 per cent of the Local Government Area.

The scheduled car park upgrade at James Brown Oval has been reduced from $920,000 to $50,000 with the "multi-year project rephrased".

The $500,000 roads and drainage upgrade to Patonga camping ground has been reduced to zero, being "deferred by one year".

A budget of $340,000 for a "district playspace upgrade" at Lions Park has been reduced from $340,000 to $29,000.

Explanatory notes simply state: "Decreased budget."

The budget previously included unspecified funds for Davistown as well as for Lions Park, Woy Woy.

Reference to Davistown has been removed.

Cuts in the three projects total almost $1.7 million.

The only project for the Peninsula increased in the budget is the renewal of Sewer Pump Station WW13C at Woy Woy Rd, which has increased by $240,702 from $382,450 to $623,152.

This is an "increased budget" for a "continuing project from 2023-24".

A new $875,000 project is listed for "change room renewals" at "various leisure centres", the capital works program does not specify whether this includes the Peninsula Leisure Centre or not.

The money will come from general revenue, which includes rates revenue.





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