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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 3rd 2009
20 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 4, 2009 MB STREETVIEW Division on development Kerrie Bush Geoff Reidy Rob Steenkamer Terry Armstrong Tony Zoghaib We asked people in Summer Hill what they thought of the massive development proposed for Lewisham. Kerrie Bush, Summer Hill: As president of the Ashfield Business Chamber, I know that many of the businesses in Summer Hill would be happy to see it go ahead. The way they look at it, the businesses down here are totally different to what's in a shopping centre. People will wander up to Summer Hill for cafes and restaurants, the deli or the butchers and find out we do things differently here compared to a big, imper- sonal shopping centre. The businesses are saying that it would be great to have that many people in the area. Geoff Reidy, Summer Hill: The trains seem to be pretty crowded already and the traffic is pretty horrendous. It'd be too tall to the surrounding area. While it doesn't affect me directly, I'd object if I was living near it. It actually looks a bit dead up there at the moment (in the proposed site) . Rob Steenkamer, Dulwich Hill: I don't want to be against development at all, but I don't necessarily agree with 14 storeys high. I suppose it depends on how many back- handers the politicians are getting. If they can keep development concentrated in certain areas, that's better than putting it all over the place, but you don't want to end up with ghettos in 50 years' time. Terry Armstrong, Summer Hill: It is totally not in keeping with the area. It is ridiculously high. The tallest thing we can see in Summer Hill at the moment is the steeple and the old mill which is beautiful and they're great things to look at. The development would be just too out of place. There's hardly anything above two storeys around here. We've said we'll go and chain ourselves (to stop it). I'm very concerned for the shops around here, too. Tony Zoghaib, Summer Hill fruit shop owner: First of all, it would change the atmosphere in the village. Summer Hill is a village in the city and believe me, it is very hard to find that atmosphere anywhere around the world. Secondly, we've got speciality shops here, all small shops. They know their customers, their customers know them. I think it's not fair to kill the small businesses and that's one of the things that could kill small business. OPINION TO ALL RESTAURANTS, TAKEAWAYS & CAFES IMPORTANT NOTICE The NSW State Government has indicated that tough new rules will be introduced in early 2010 which will require a specially trained food hygiene supervisor to oversee food hygiene, storage, preparation and handling. Ashfield Council and the Ashfield Business Chamber have arranged for TAFE NSW to deliver accredited courses in Workplace Hygiene (Food Handlers) -- Course 17886 which will satisfy the government's requirements and, at around half the usual cost, by delivering this course in groups of twenty. In order to fill places, this offer is open to all business operators not just those located within the Ashfield Local Government Area. REGISTER NOW TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE When: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Tuesday, 14 July 2009 Where: Training Room, Wests Ashfield Leagues Club 115 Liverpool Road, Ashfield Cost: $85.00 per person; Ashfield Business Chamber members $70.00 Morning/afternoon tea and lunch included Registration closes Monday, 29 June 2009 Send cheque made payable to Ashfield Council to PO Box 1145 Ashfield NSW 1800 Cash and credit card payments may be made over the counter at Council Contact: Duncan Gilchrist on 9716 1920 or email@example.com News from Ashfield Council Tel: (02) 9716 1800 | Fax: (02) 9716 1911 Customer Service Centre 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield NSW 2131 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au 2251510i iww wk9 Summer Hill Family Support provides families in stress a way to find relief. We assist and support families to find their own solutions. We can offer: • A safe, comfortable environment to just talk • Resources relating to supporting yourself and your family • A support worker who will assist you on a continuing basis • Advocacy -- help talking to other services on your behalf • Chance to discuss options • Information • Referrals to other services • Support Groups We are based in the Summer Hill Community Centre on the park behind Franklins. Opening hours are: Tuesday -- Thursday 10am -- 4.30pm Please phone us or drop in. We can not guarantee we can see you if you drop in so it's best to phone ahead of time. 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