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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : February 18th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, February 19, 2009 21 NEWS Family favourites pack cookbook SHANNON ANDREUCCI Adriana Gratowski, Molly Rea and Grace Drummond at Summer Hill Public School with their cookbook and some goodies they made from it. Picture: PHIL BLATCH ~pP245071 MOVE over Gordon Ramsay, the Summer Hill Cooks are here. The Summer Hill Public School com- munity has just released a cookbook, which is packed with simple to make, mouth- watering, healthy recipes accompanied by enticing photographs to mark the school's 125th anniversary. The project was a joint effort between families, alumni and staff members, which involved submitting and testing recipes in parents' houses, layout and design and photography over a period of one year. There are 1000 copies of the book on sale for $30 each at Ellen's Interiors, Alimento Deli and Monkey Puzzle Toy Shop in Summer Hill. All proceeds will go towards the school and consumers can enjoy an array of delicious recipes including Vietnamese prawn salad, creamy chicken bake and mango pudding. One of the mothers involved in the P&C fundraising project, Marie Healey is very proud of the final product, which she had the idea for. ''I wanted to do something for the school before my kids left. I've loved being in- volved in the fundraising, and producing something special to mark the 125-year anniversary of the school seemed like a good opportunity,'' she said. ''My vision was to create a book that was visually-appealing, with simple and healthy recipes, which reflected the cultural diver- sity and talents of the school community.'' The Summer Hills Cooks book has re- ceived great feedback so far, people already experimenting with different dishes and picking out their family favourites. ''My son Tom loves the Berry Good Muffins and I make them almost every week. The whole family loves Gramp's Lamb Shank Stew, which is hearty and comforting,'' Mrs Healey said. ''It's really hard to pick just one favourite. People who buy the book rave about the recipes and usually try several pretty quickly, with great success.'' Sensory playroom is visionary DISABILITY Services Minister Paul Lynch visited Enfield's Vision Australia centre to see first-hand how the organisation assists vision impaired clients. Mr Lynch showed great interest in seeing the services of Vision Australia, particu- larly the set-up of the Sensory Playroom. ''The NSW Government is a major sup- porter of Vision Australia's services, par- ticularly teaching independence in the home and community,'' Mr Lynch said. He played with some of the young clients, who showed him how to spell his first name with their Brailler. Vision Australia's services, which focus on learning, playing and daily living, are designed to support children and their families through the life stages. PUBLIC NOTICE DA2008/416 217 Homebush Road, Strathfield -- approved 13 February 2009 Front fence DA2009/006 7 James Street, Strathfield South -- approved 11 February 2009 Attached carport DA2008/342 2C Liverpool Road, Chullora -- approved 10 February 2009 Erection of four (4) storey (Building A) and two (2) storey (Building B) self-storage buildings, car repair station, site works and landscaping CDC2009/5001 2-5 Underwood Road, Homebush -- approved 9 February 2009 Fitout and continued use of tenancy T76 for a factory outlet DA2008/444 13 Birnam Grove, Strathfield -- approved 9 February 2009 Alterations and addition to existing dwelling DA2008/451 3/10 Henley Road, Homebush -- approved 9 February 2009 Internal fitout of existing premises for the sale of fresh fish and signage DA2008/430 14 Kessell Avenue, Homebush West -- approved 9 February 2009 Ground and first floor alterations and additions to existing dwelling DA2008/402 2 Highfield Crescent, Strathfield -- approved 9 February 2009 Two (2) storey dwelling DA2009/002 65 Water Street, Belfield -- approved 9 February 2009 In-ground swimming pool DA2008/415 44 Wentworth Road, Homebush -- approved 6 February 2009 Alterations and additions to existing dwelling DA2008/414 21 Clement Street, Strathfield South -- approved 6 February 2009 In-ground swimming pool DA2008/404 Shop 40, 38-46 Burlington Rd, Homebush -- approved 6 February 2009 Use of existing premises as a jewellery shop and signage DA2008/418 12 Mintaro Avenue, Strathfield -- approved 4 February 2009 Detached double carport DA2008/388 129 Parramatta Road, Homebush -- approved 2 February 2009 Fitout of existing building for a car wash including ancillary café and signage DA2008/389 22 Anselm Street, Strathfield South -- approved 30 January 2009 Construction of a rear deck and roof and internal and façade alterations DA2008/403 7 Florence Street, Strathfield -- approved 9 January 2009 New dwelling DA2008/385 34-48 Cosgrove Road, Enfield -- approved 9 January 2009 Alterations to existing warehouse for storage and distribution of paper DA2008/375 52 Rochester Street, Homebush -- approved 9 January 2009 Alterations and additions to existing dwelling DA2008/408 52 Llandilo Avenue, Strathfield -- approved 5 January 2009 Alterations and additions to existing dwelling DA2008/405 121 Cosgrove Road, Strathfield -- approved 5 January 2009 Use of premises as a temporary storage facility DA2008/390 Unit 2, Building F, 350-374 Parramatta Road, Homebush -- approved 5 January 2009 Internal alterations and fitout of existing premises for storage and distribution of electrical equipment DA2008/371 7 Maria Street, Strathfield South -- approved 5 January 2009 Demolition of existing structures and new two (2) storey dwelling with basement parking, swimming pool and front fence DA2008/394 16 The Causeway, Strathfield South -- approved 29 December 2008 Demolition of existing dwelling and new two (2) storey dwelling with basement parking DA No Address/Subject/Approval Date 2096338i iww wk34 DEVELOPMENTS APPROVED In accordance with Section 101 of the above Act, clause 124 of the Regulations for development consents and clause 137 of the Regulations for complying development certificates the following developments which were approved subject to conditions by Council, are publicly notified. The consents are available for public inspection at Council between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday. ROADWORKS -- STRATHFIELD TOWN CENTRE Please be advised that vehicular access from The Boulevarde to Churchill Avenue and from Albert Road to The Boulevarde will be closed on Sunday, March 1 from 4am, weather permitting. Pedestrian access will also be limited on those roads. Boral Asphalt will be undertaking road pavement works, which involves the milling of the existing surface and re- laying of the asphalt wearing surface of the road pavement, on behalf of Council. The works will take place on Albert Road and Churchill Avenue adjacent to the bus terminus. Works are expected to be completed by late afternoon, weather permitting. Council thanks you for your cooperation and apologises in advance for any inconvenience caused. For further details or queries, please contact Council on 9748 9999.
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