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Disgraceful entry into Toukley is destroying tourists’ experiences. Featured
This month's Council meeting in a nutshell
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THIS week’s monthly meeting of Central Coast Council covered a wide variety of topics from tourism potential to the ailing Mariners to and here is our report in a nutshell of what happened.

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North Entrance streets became rivers in last year’s big flood caused by siltation at The Entrance. Featured
Community values dredging The Entrance
CENTRAL Coast Council has mobilised its resources in preparation for dredging to commence within a fortnight.

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Council's You Tube Channel. Featured

Coast - Connect is about wellbeing
CENTRAL Coast Council is now offering online delivery of a range of highly valued community programs with the launch of a new YouTube Channel – Coast Connect.

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Deputy Mayor, Jane Smith, left with new Mayor Lisa Matthews. Featured
War of words crippling progress
TERRY COLLINS

CENTRAL COAST Council and the State Government are involved in a war of words and NSW Business Chamber Central Coast Regional Director Paula Martin says business and growth prospects for the region are suffering.

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Filthy water at the Six Ways pipes, photographed by Anthony Horwood. Featured

Sewage seeps into Terrigal Beach
CONTROVERSY continues to rage over water quality at Terrigal Beach, with the Terrigal Haven Supporters group insisting that sewage regularly seeps into the ocean through the Seven Drains outlet at the southern end of the beach and Central Coast Council maintaining that there is no sewage leakage problem.

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Wilson Road carpark at Terrigal. Featured
Bid to curb anti social behaviour at Terrigal
IN a bid to curb anti-social behaviour, Central Coast council is set to close off access to the upper storeys of the Wilson Road carpark at Terrigal late at night.

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Wet n Wild water park in Western Sydney. Featured

Golden opportunity being pursued
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast will get an adventure sports park development including a wave pool under an exciting new plan backed by Central Coast Council.

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