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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : June 25 2008
16 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, June 26, 2008 NEWS Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas with some of the council staff involved in implement- ing the Pesticides Notification Plan. Justin Doyle, sitting in the sprayer and Fernando Perez, at Barnwell Park Golf Course. Residents warned of pesticides used FIONA BRADY CANADA Bay Council has adopted a Pesticides Notification Plan to keep resi- dents informed about pesticides used in public outdoor places. Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said the council is committed to keeping the community in- formed of everyday operations. ''The Pesticides Notification Plan ensures that all residents have access to this important information and can avoid areas where pesticides have been recently used, if they wish,'' he said. He said the council's pest management program tried to use humane and cost- effective methods that had minimum im- pact on the environment. ''Extreme care is taken when pesticides are applied to public places and council staff in charge of this are fully trained and qualified,'' Cr Tsirekas said. ''Council also makes sure to take an integrated approach wherever possible to reduce the use of pesticides. ''This may involve removing weeds by hand in area where pesticides are not necessary.'' The Pesticides Notification Plan, which outlines the public places covered by the plan and the types of pesticides used, is available at www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au. Canada Bay Mayoral Column Mayor Angelo Tsirekas 2156297i iww wk52 Canada Bay Civic Centre 1A Marlborough Street, Drummoyne 2047 Locked Bag 1470, Drummoyne 1470 Ph: 02 9911 6555 Fax: 02 9911 6550 www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au firstname.lastname@example.org Art exhibition at Five Dock Library In celebration of NAIDOC Week 2008, Council is proud to present an art exhibition at Five Dock Library featuring the work of local aboriginal artist Jeff Samuels. The exhibition opens on Monday, 7 July at 7pm. Come along to the launch and meet the artist, view his amazing work and experience traditional Aboriginal entertainment while enjoying cheese and wine. Please call 9911 6555 to book. Bookings are essential. Sustainability Awards Council's Sustainability Awards are running again and applications are now open. Awards are presented in a number of different categories and you can nominate yourself, or someone you know, for an award. Nominate early to win a ticket to the Sustainability Awards night held in September. Award winners are announced at this prestigious event. Full award details, judging guidelines and how to enter are available on Council's website www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au. A nomination form is available on page 22 of this issue of the Inner West Weekly. Applications close 20 July. For further information call Council's Economic Development team on 9911 6521. Keep it Local The NSW Government's controversial pro- developer laws were passed in the Upper House last week with some minor concessions, following overwhelming opposition from the community. The 'Keep it Local' campaign forced the government to back down with concessions including; making private certifiers more accountable, trialing the housing codes and reinstating councils' right to use levies to fund regional facilities. The fact remains however that these laws are fundamentally flawed, and will strip council of funding for essential services and reduce the rights of local residents to have a say. Canada Bay Council supported the 'Keep it Local' campaign with many other Councils. The campaign generated tens of thousands of individual emails from all over the State. Visit www.keepitlocal.org.au for further information. Frasers Broadway Come and share the new vision for the old Kent Brewery site. You are invited to attend a community information session on Wednesday 9 July at Frasers Broadway to view the modified concept plans for this site. At this session you can discuss the major features of the new development with Frasers Property's design and sustainability experts. Community Information Session Exhibition between 5pm to 8pm Wednesday 9 July 2008 Fosters Brewery Office on Broadway, entrance near the Clare Hotel Senior project members, including Frasers Property's international and Australian design teams, will present during the latter half of the session as well as answer questions from the audience. For further information please contact Lauren at Elton Consulting on 9387 2600 or email@example.com. This is one of the most important development projects for Sydney. We look forward to seeing you at the information session and sharing the vision about this next, exciting stage of Frasers Broadway.
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