Pittwater Life June 2017 Issue

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Pittwater News

Your say on bulky

rubbish removal

Northern Beaches Council

is turning to ratepayers to

help solve the problem of

inconsistencies in ‘bulky

goods’ collection it inherited

after amalgamation last May.

It’s understood community

frustration had highlighted

the inconsistent service

delivery currently in place.

Currently there is an on-call

(twice yearly) system operating

in the former Manly and

Pittwater areas and a scheduled

twice-yearly service in

the former Warringah area.

Council General Manager

Environment & Infrastructure

Ben Taylor said it was clear

from feedback that the community

wanted the service

made consistent. “So now we

are moving to formally seek

community input into the

review which will consider the

preferences of the community

and the environmental,

financial and service delivery

impacts of any proposed

changes,” he said. “Issues

include the visual impact of

the large volumes of waste we

sometimes see with scheduled

services, convenience of

use and ability to recycle and

re-use, as well as the environmental

and safety impacts

of illegal dumping, nuisance

rummaging and pedestrian

access.” Feedback at yoursay.

northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au

until 18 June or attend the

drop-in session at Beaches

Market, Narrabeen on Friday

June 16.

Central Coast

5 Lands Walk

Jump on a Fantasea ferry

from Palm Beach to Ettalong,

then jump on a shuttle

bus to connect you to the

News

Lynches are in demand

Great news for father and son pairing Martin and Jake Lynch in the

lead-up to next year’s Life Saving World Championships with Martin

reappointed as Beach Coach for the Australian Team for the next 18

months and Jake selected as the Tier 1 Beach Athlete for the World

Championship campaign. Newport’s Jake is among 47 athletes who will

strive to represent Australia over the next 18 months leading up to the

Championships in Adelaide from 17 November – 2 December 2018. Jake

is among 10 athletes who were a part of Australia’s World Championships

2016 team. A fresh-faced coaching group will feature former New

Zealand Youth Team head coach Kurt Wilson who will coach the team

for the first time. Nine-time Nutri-Grain IronMan Finals Series champion

Shannon Eckstein will work beside Wilson as an assistant coach for the

first time alongside Martin Lynch and Andrew Bowden (pool).

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