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Council to confirm alcohol-free zones
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Council to confirm alcohol-free zones

Central Coast Council plans to confirm alcohol-free zones in Woy Woy, Umina, Ettalong, Pearl Beach and Patonga for another four years.

The proposal is on exhibition for public comment until Wednesday, July 3.

"The aim of an alcohol-free zone is to reduce alcohol-related crime, violence and anti-social behaviour in identified locations in order to help create a safer environment for the whole community," according to the council's consultation web page.

"An alcohol-free zone is only established in areas where there is sufficient evidence of irresponsible behaviour as a result of drinking.

"If warranted, new locations may be considered and proposed for implementation."

Anyone wanting to extend or establish an alcohol-free zone is advised to contact council's project officer Ms Madalaine Anderson in the first instance by email to infrastructureprojects@centralcoast.nsw.gov.au or by telephoning Council on 4306 7900.

The zones proposed by council staff consist of public roads, car parks and footpaths,

"These zones will not restrict outdoor dining licences where Council approval has been granted."

Submissions may be made through the council's yourvoiceourcoast.com website.





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