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Your independent community newspaper - Ph: Issue 85 Community members dig channel Cr Lloyd Taylor with residents who dug the channel on Australia Day oung and old turned out on Australia Day at The Entrance to dig a channel at least one-metre wide from the ocean to the lake.
Aboriginal Land Council. The former Gosford Party when it makes Mr Hayes said the new development. Wallarah 2 mine could be announced a restructure submission. According to Mr land. Hayes said. Members of the Gosford Waterfront Alliance at the Doma site in Gosford assurances its legal costs are covered.
She said the Alliance currently had 90 members, and membership was continuing to grow steadily each month. A certificate is required before the development site can be activated and construction commenced.
Basically Doma has applied for the Alliance to be required to lodge a bond in the event that it loses its case so that Doma has Department of Finance offices within the Gosford Central Business District. The development application included a six storey commercial building with three levels of basement car park. According to the JRPP record of the meeting, the key issues discussed were: floor space ratio and height compliance; parking; design; active frontage; future redevelopment of adjoining sites; blank southern wall details; wind; and the possibility of a communal room or music practice rooms.
At the conclusion of the meeting, all JRPP members agreed that they were willing to defer their decision. The site is currently used as a ground-level commuter car park but it is owned by the NSW Government, is cleared and has all services available.