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Monday, 18 April 2022 09:05

NEW PICNIC AREA OUT OF THE FIRES

OUT of the fires of summer 2019 will rise a new Mangrove Creek Dam picnic area, lookout and surrounds, reating an exciting new Visitor Space at the significant site.
 
Featuring a new amenities building, an improved picnic area and educational elements, the new Visitor Space will replace the original facilities destroyed in the 2019 Three Mile Fire.
 
Central Coast Council has received $2.567M from the NSW Government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery (BLER) Fund to complete this important project.
CENTRAL Coast Industry Connect has received a boost of $50,000 through the NSW Government’s State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) Recovery Boost grants.
 
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch said Central Coast Industry Connects project, Better for Business, would use the funding to help people recover at work while at the same time reduce the stigma around mental health.
 
Better for Business Central Coast is an industry led initiative that seeks to understand mental health in small and medium sized business. The project will be delivered in partnership with the Local Health District (Mental Health Service), Central Coast Suicide Prevention Alliance and University of Newcastle.
 
The NSW Government has granted more than $350,000 to eight organisations undertaking initiatives to boost mental health in the workplace.

CENTRAL Coast Council is calling on the general aviation industry to help determine the future demand requirements of the Central Coast Airport.

This Request For Information (RFI) is a no-obligation market sounding of general aviation businesses and individuals interested in locating and operating their business at Central Coast Airport.

This RFI follows Council’s decision to proceed to Gateway 1 and 2 of the Central Coast Airport Development Framework. The outcomes of the RFI process will inform the development of the Draft Central Coast Airport Masterplan.

The Masterplan will set a coherent framework for development while providing certainty for the community to protect environmental and conservation land by identifying and excising these lands from any developable land.

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