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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 5th 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 6, 2008 11 NEWS New logo stays put ASHFIELD Council has voted to retain its controversial new logo despite some coun- cillors expressing their dislike for it. At last Tuesday's council meeting, deputy mayor Morris Mansour moved a notice of motion calling for the council to revert to using the Scottish crest. ''I am not against change but I believe it has to be for the better,'' the Liberal councillor said. Independent councillor Caroline Stott was also no fan of the new logo. ''I don't think it looks professional,'' she said. But Labor councillor Lucille McKenna described it as ''fantastic''. ''It's a new look, the old one was stale.'' Cr Mansour's motion was defeated by six votes to four. View Club's vision for Cup IT was hats off to Melbourne Cup day for these women from Concord West View Club who held their special lunch at Burwood RSL Club. Diane and Elaine Wallbank, Marie Moore, Doris Thrower and Maria Pappalardo (pictured) were among the best dressed in the club during the race that stops the nation on Tuesday. The women were happy to have a small flutter on the gee-gees, but it's not known whether they picked their namesake, Viewed, to win. The club put on a huge Cup event with sweeps, games and entertainment. 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Toll Free 7 Days a Week Women Call - 1800 20 50 80 Call NOW! • Premature Ejaculation • Problems gaining an Erection CALL NOW FOR A FREE CONSULTATION OVER THE PHONE WITH THE DOCTOR EXHIBITION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT Victoria Road Upgrade Application No.: MP 08_0136 Location: Between Westbourne Street, Drummoyne and The Crescent, Rozelle Proponent: NSW Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) Council area: Hunters Hill, Leichhardt and Canada Bay Approval Authority: Minister for Planning Description of proposal The RTA proposes to upgrade Victoria Road over a distance of approximately 3.5 kilometres between Westbourne Street, Drummoyne and The Crescent, Rozelle to provide • AM and PM peak citybound bus lanes from Seymour Street to Park Avenue, Drummoyne; • A 24 hour citybound bus lane from Park Avenue, Drummoyne to Terry Street, Rozelle and an AM peak outbound bus lane over Iron Cove; and • An AM peak citybound bus lane from Terry Street to the Crescent, Rozelle. The project includes: • implementing a tidal flow scheme through Drummoyne to create a citybound bus lane during the AM and PM peak periods; • reallocating road space through Rozelle to allow the operation of a citybound bus lane during the AM peak period; • building a new bridge over Iron Cove, to the west of the existing bridge, to carry outbound traffic; • using the existing bridge to carry citybound traffic; • carrying out ancillary works such as rationalising bus stops, modifying intersections, providing shared-use connections to the new bridge, and re-installing general road features such as traffic signals, pavement markings and signage; and • operation of ancillary compound(s) for the life of construction at various locations within Hunters Hill, Leichhardt and Canada Bay Local Government Areas. Application of Part 3A On 19 December 2007, the Minister for Planning declared the Victoria Road Upgrade to be a project under Part 3A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act). Consequently the Minister for Planning is the approval authority for the proposal. Exhibition The Proponent has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) in support of its application. The EA will be placed on public exhibition from Wednesday 22 October 2008 until Tuesday 25 November 2008 during regular business hours, at: • Department of Planning, Information Centre, 23-33 Bridge Street, Sydney; • Nature Conservation Council of NSW, Level 2, 301 Kent Street, Sydney; • Leichhardt Municipal Council Citizen Service Centre, 7 -- 15 Wetherill Street, Leichhardt • Canada Bay Council Community Service Centre, 1a Marlborough Street, Drummoyne • Hunters Hill Council, 22 Alexandra Street, Hunter's Hill • City of Sydney Council One Stop Shop, Level 2, 456 Kent St, Sydney • RTA Head Office, Centennial Plaza 260 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills • Balmain Library, adjacent to Balmain Town Hall, Darling St, Balmain • Italian Forum Library, Shop 42 on the Piazza, 23 Norton St, Leichhardt • Five Dock Library, 4-12 Garfield Street, Five Dock • Gladesville Library, 6 Pittwater Road, Gladesville A copy of the EA may also be viewed on the Department of Planning's website (www.planning.nsw.gov.au). Submissions You are invited to make a written submission on this proposal. This submission should include: • your name and address; • the name and application reference number (MP 08_0136) of the proposal; • a statement on whether you support or object to the proposal; and • the reasons why you support or object to the proposal. Persons lodging submissions are required to declare reportable political donations (including donations of more than $1,000) made in the previous two years. For more details, including a disclosure form, go to www.planning.nsw.gov.au/donations. Your submission must reach the Department of Planning by close of business on Tuesday 25 November 2008 and should be addressed to: Director, Major Infrastructure Assessments Department of Planning GPO Box 39 SYDNEY NSW 2001 Fax: (02) 9228 6355 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Under section 75H of the EP&A Act, the Director-General is required to provide copies of submissions received during the exhibition period, or a report of the issues raised in those submissions, to the Proponent and other interested public authorities. If you do not want your contact details to be made available to the Proponent or these public authorities, please state this in your submission. Enquiries: Diane Fajmon (02) 9228 6370 00000
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