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Rant
jaybeeSun, 25/06/2017 - 4:23pm

With the latest Boat ramp report said to be going before Council on Wednesday 28 June at Gloucester & the recommendation (#1) being considered is “THAT NO BOAT RAMP BE CONSTRUCTED IN THIS POSITION” means that again Council has decided that this waterfront location & in fact all of the Village area of North Arm Cove is to remain as the only waterfront location in coastal NSW without a trailer boat ramp. At least the Council is consistent having rejected all proposals for more than the last 40 years despite the fact that the need for this facility was the...

Significant costs cited!
News
dougkFri, 23/06/2017 - 1:33pm

The Council's Agenda for the meeting to be held at Gloucester on Wednesday 28 June has just been placed on line. ( http://www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/Council/Council-Meetings )

The summary of the recommendations regarding a boat ramp at North Arm Cove is as follows:
1. Based on the report developed by RHDHV, and citing the significant costs and associated impacts of constructing a boat launching facility (specifically, a boat ramp) at Medina Bay, it is recommended that no boat ramp be constructed in this location.
2. That no publicly owned land within the Village Zone (RU5) of North Arm Cove...

News
dougkSun, 18/06/2017 - 4:17pm

It was standing room only at the Community Centre yesterday (Saturday 17 June) for a Public Meeting to discuss the implications of the DA proposal for a private quarry at Bundabah. Well in excess of a hundred people from the Cove, Bundabah, Pindimar and further afield listened intently to a detailed presentation of the history of the site and the very concerning discrepancies between the content of the DA proposal and the known facts.

After an extensive Q&A-and-comments session,...

Cushions on display
Annie44Sun, 18/06/2017 - 2:38pm

Although attendance was down a little on previous years, the North Arm Cove Biggest Morning Tea still managed to raise $1,700 for the Cancer Council. The Stitch Gatherers group were delighted with the result, attributing the slightly lower numbers to the fact that many residents were absent from the Cove on the day.

The decision to feature coat hangers, cushions and doorstops was a great success and the entries were so many and varied...

News
dougkTue, 13/06/2017 - 10:56am

The following is the contents of a letter issued today by Council

Re: Proposed boat ramp at North Arm Cove

In 2016 Royal Haskoning DHV was contracted by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) with support from then Great Lakes Council to write a Boating Development plan for North Arm Cove. Development of a local boat ramp in North Arm Cove was the key...

Report
tonyhMon, 12/06/2017 - 4:33pm

The time has come for you to have your say about the proposal for a quarry at Fame Cove/Bundabah.

This Saturday at 10:00 am in the Hall, a public meeting will be held for information and discussion about this development. We think it is not appropriate for this area, but this is the opportunity for you to decide for yourself. Please come.

Meanwhile, the DA is on exhibition at Council offices and on their website http://www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/Have-Your-Say/DA269-2017 ...

Contents page
News
dougkMon, 12/06/2017 - 3:12pm

The publication of a booklet on the Cove has been generously supported by both Cove News and MidCoast Council Library. The booklet is being produced to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Residents Association and will be launched on the afternoon of 20 August at a celebratory function.

Maureen Kelly, editor of Cove News, presented the cheque at Saturday's Residents Association meeting reading an accompanying letter that said in part:

This is, in my opinion, a very auspicious occasion celebrating the endeavours and successes of the Association and I congratulate and appreciate your efforts in publishing this

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Report
dougkSun, 11/06/2017 - 1:23pm

Clearly water quality and effluent disposal are topics of keen interest to local residents! There was a big attendance at Saturday's Residents Association and Malcolm Hunter, MidCoast Council's Environmental Health Coordinator, responded to questions from interested residents for more than an hour. Many of those questions and responses have been captured in the attached minutes of the meeting.

The meeting also covered a wide range of other local issues - including the pending release of the report on the Boat Ramp Investigation and the results of the survey on children's recreation activities in the Cove.

Today's featured article

mpicklesMon, 06/02/2012 - 12:33pmIntroduction to the present vegetation of North Arm Cove

Aboriginal Lands. The area would likely have been natural grassland and open woodland that was cared for by the clans of the Worrimi tribe.(More on the original grasslands later).

Post European Settlement .Since the time of European settlement with the arrival of the Australian Agricultural Company in the 1830’s, much of the original eucalypt woodland vegetation was cleared or extensively thinned and converted to grassland, where the original natural grassland did not exist. The bushland that we see around the cove now is open forests and woodlands that has regrown...

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