Posted by: northsidepa | March 27, 2020

A REASON TO STAY HOME

We apologise if you’ve received this message by other social media but we’re generally not able to tell who is on what source of information.

Kenny Little’s Fruit and Vegetable’s delivery was successful last Thursday so they will come to Kangaroo Park next Thursday (time to  be advised). You can phone them before Thursday  but they require you to pay before they deliver. They can also expand their service to us  by organising milk, bread, meat from the Munster shops and Bells Bakery.

Enquiries: northsiders1@gmail.com or Narelle Milligan T : 6584 3271/M. 04 1123 6124

Posted by: northsidepa | March 5, 2020

FIRST GENERAL MEETING FOR THE YEAR

NSPA will hold a General Meeting on Thursday 12 March at 7:00 pm at the Fire Shed, Shoreline Dr. All welcome – you don’t have to  be a member  to attend.

Agenda includes feedback from Council on erosion on Shoreline Dr. and approach to Hibbard Ferry; improved communication with Council in emergency situations, Coal Wharf project and Kangaroo Park.

Light refreshments.

ENQUIRIES: Narelle Milligan M. 04 1123 6124 EM: northsiders1@gmail.com

 

 

Posted by: northsidepa | March 4, 2020

STORM CLEAN UP

Council advised today that the contractor is now on site and actioning the following areas over the next few days:

Northwall Road and Coal Wharf care park area

“Kangaroo” Park and Riverside Dr.

FINAL WORKS FOR SHORELINE DR. SCHEDULED TO COMMENCE NEXT MONDAY

Posted by: northsidepa | February 26, 2020

COUNCIL OWNED LOTS ON NORTH SHORE

Council is in the process of obtaining DA’s for the individual  lots, prior to sale – this will provide assurance to future purchasers  that the lots can be built on. They own 8 blocks on the back of “Kangaroo” Park which now have sewerage pods. (Feb. 2020 Council meeting)

Posted by: northsidepa | February 24, 2020

RIVER EROSION AND TREE DAMAGE

NSPA held a meeting with Council’s Recreation and Parks unit  today as a result of   the storm damage. Weather permitting, green waste from the storm will be picked up within a few days. Council will restore as much as they can along Shoreline  Dr. Council reserve on  the River.

Council is  very aware of the erosion problem along the River bank  and is developing a long term strategy plan which includes the North Shore.  However, the Road Engineers of Council will be informed of the erosion of the road on the  northern approach to  Hibbard Ferry as it could affect the integrity of the road.

Enquiries: President. Kingsley Searle M.  04 1961 5509. Committee. Narelle Milligan.M. 04 1123 6124

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