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29 Nov 2021
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Level-crossing accident should be wake-up call - Tesch
Plan to move Ettalong ambulance station to Woy Woy
New ambulance station will undergo 'rigorous planning'
Upgrade ambulance station at Ettalong, says Tesch
Blackwall Rd intersection plans released for comment
Planned power outages to affect 350 households
Council to buy paint shop for intersection upgrade
No community development grants for the Peninsula
Two Peninsula infrastructure funds 'repealed'
Council wants Woy Woy Rd reclassified as State road
Two directors leave council
Ground-breaking ceremony at Umina Mall site
Community group to install signs at Runway park
Brochure boxes installed at arboretum
Propagation shed at arboretum officially opened
Last CWA market day in Woy Woy
Booker Bay 'landscaping well done'
Community credited with funding agreement sign-off
Raffle raises money for wheelchair ramp
Christmas stockings made
Wet week doubles month's rainfall
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RRED discovers major proposal for Ettalong foreshore
Umina Men's Shed gets go-ahead
Panel decision expected on proposal with 48 objectors
Council reinstates redacted submission
Application for second house to create dual occupancy
Proposal for manufactured home at Patonga
Collapse  FORUM FORUM
Doctor retires after 40 years
'Considering PEP-11 on balance' is not a commitment
Finish the Rawson Rd level crossing project
Come on, Council, install and supply the seat
Blow the whistle to restore confidence in community
None of that 'leafy suburb' nonsense wanted here
Collapse  HEALTH HEALTH
Two coronavirus cases in November
Collapse  ARTS ARTS
Art trail features 28 artists and craftspeople
Coastal Twist announces festival performers
Diverse creative works in mental health competition
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Precautionary lockdown at Umina campus
School videos promote kindergarten at Ettalong
Gingerbread house fundraising
Healthy Gaming program tells how to score better
Permission notes already for Ettalong swimming carnival
Uniform requirements for Year 7 students
Kindergarten transition program run without parents
School wants to know enrolment intentions
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New head coach in time for outrigger titles
Semi-final played in Umina Triples championship
Brisbane Water Bridge Club results
Southern Spirit cricket results
Women's bowling club holds elections
Canteen operator wanted

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No community development grants for the Peninsula

Central Coast Council approved more than $266,000 in community development grants for non-profit organisations across the region last week, but none were awarded to the Peninsula.

An application from Peninsula Village for "Getting out and about in the Community: Triobike Taxi Project" was knocked back.

The aged care home asked for money to purchase a Triobike Taxi to transport Peninsula Village residents around the community.

It was "not recommended for funding as currently proposed, as insufficient information is provided to make an accurate assessment".

"Recommend applicant liaise with Council grants officers and consider resubmitting in a subsequent round."

The Crommelin Native Arboretum was also knocked back for its request to replace a bridge "in advance deterioration".

The group was told it was ineligible as it was "works to

buildings or property".

Mingaletta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation applied for money for its "Healing of the Spirit" project, bringing groups together as one and sharing their knowledge of cultural learning and teaching their next generation of people.

The group was told it was ineligible because it did not "complete and return an acquittal report by dates agreed in their Funding Agreement" and would be ineligible for any future funding.

However, two local groups received community support grants amounting to just over $6000, from a pool of about $28,000.

The Bays Community Group received a 50 per cent rates subsidy for 2021-2022 valued at $1134.95 for eligible rates.

"Community benefit is demonstrated, and all required information is provided," the application assessment stated.

Woy Woy Rugby League Football Club was granted $5000 for speakers to upgrade the sound system at Woy Woy oval grandstand and club house "to give the stand a broader range of coverage and clarity".

The grant was conditional on the equipment remaining available to all users of the facility as an asset of the facility.





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