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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 26th 2008
www.innerwestweekly.com.au THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2008 PHONE 9018 3592 80c incl. GST Purchase a Westfield Gift Card valued at $100 or more and receive a gorgeous Crabtree & Evelyn gift. Terms and Conditions: Promotion valid from 24 November -- 14 December, or while stocks last. One 25ml or 25g gift per person per day with the purchase of a Westfield Gift Card valued at $100 or more. Gift Card and/or gift cannot be redeemed for cash or us ed in conjunction with any other offer. Westfield Gift Card terms and conditions apply. Issued by Westfield Gift Card Pty Ltd A CN 113171663. For a full list of current participating stores visit westfield.com/giftcards Special Gift for you! A Burwood www.innerwestweekly.com.au A mega conflict Residents group spokesman Greg McGrath at the proposed marina site at Breakfast Point. Picture: PHIL BLATCH ~PP220683 FIONA BRADY Should the marina proceed? www.innerwestweekly.com.au AN almighty storm is brewing over plans to build a 177-berth ''mega marina'' at Breakfast Point. More than 200 residents and neighbours of the prestigious de- velopment attended a public protest meeting on Monday night. Canada Bay Council is also in the ''no commercial marina at Kendall Bay'' camp after unani- mously passing a notice of motion against the proposal at last Tuesday's council meeting. The Planning Department will determine the application but Canada Bay's Labor Mayor Angelo Tsirekas believes the council should be the determining authority. ''The best way to get this dealt with properly would be to give it to council and let us deal with it,'' he said. ''The whole peninsula is going to be grossly impacted,'' he said. Greg McGrath, a spokesman for the Breakfast Point Residents Group and organiser of Monday's meeting, said residents were most concerned about the potential loss of their views across the bay, noise, security, pollution and the impact on a foreshore walkway. He rejected claims the marina would be a recreational boating facility for the residents of Break- fast Point, as originally thought. A spokesman for the Planning Department said Breakfast Point Pty Ltd was preparing the formal environmental assessment docu- mentation for the project. ''The Department of Planning issued Director-General's require- ments for the project in January 2008, outlining the key issues that need to be addressed by the pro- ponent -- Breakfast Point Pty Ltd -- in an environmental assessment,'' he said. ''Once the department receives a satisfactory environ- mental assessment, it will exhibit it for at least 30 days and seek public submissions.'' The developer, Rose Group, did not respond to repeated requests for comment by the Inner-West Weekly's deadline.
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