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Banks demanded a 'quick turnround' to support Council - Why rate increase is necessary
7 June 2021
While ratepayers across the Central Coast continue to argue the case against rate increases and property sales no one appears to have been listening to outgoing Administrator Dick Persson AM or the new Administrator Rik Hart in trying to understand the dire situation that the Council was driven to over the past two years. That ratepayers continue to campaign against an increase of 15%, which IPART has approved but for only three years is an indicator of the irresponsible attitudes of poli...
It's an ill wind that blows no good!
5 May 2021
Firstly though, there are people out there who want to play politics with the council merger and blame the NSW Government for the plight that we ratepayers find ourselves in. Well the Government did the right thing in respect of the merger of Gosford and Wyong Councils. The merger was supposed to stop the ongoing war between the two councils as well as make them more efficient and cost less to operate. The idea was good but the implementation was mad.  As Administrator Dick Persson...
Tom & Sophia Moloney - RolaCase
5 May 2021
From humble beginnings to Aussie market leader and global exporter. RolaCase commercial vehicle fit-out specialists, celebrate 40 years in business next year and it started with Tom Moloney, an electrical contractor using a cutlery tray in an attempt to keep his tools and other items of trade organised when he conceived the idea of creating a simple, compartmentalised case with a lid as a storage solution. Initially made of metal the first few cases were snapped up, a clear signal the p...
GSC Economic Commissioner addresses UDIA members
5 May 2021
At the half yearly members' luncheon of the Central Coast Chapter of the Urban Development institute of Australia (UDIA) heard Guest Speakers Jackie Taranto, Economic Commissioner for the Greater Sydney Commission and Malcolm Ryan, Chief Operating Officer of Central Coast Council. Ms Taranto's address was an update on the GSC's Central Coast Strategy following the NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian announcing on 22 October 2020 that the GSC had been asked to prepare a Central Coa...
Terrigal Boardwalk opened
5 May 2021
Following more than 30 years of argument and 11 months of construction, the new boardwalk linking Terrigal Beach to The Haven was officially opened by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch in mid-April. Ms Berejiklian said the 277-metre-long boardwalk has been designed to complement the natural environment and is composed of materials that can withstand the elements to ensure its longevity into the future. "Building a boardwalk to better connect Terrigal ha...

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