CORRESPONDENCE IN

8 August 2019 Email NPWS Jodie Dunn Shorebird Nesting Season Info

6 August 2019 SCC 1080 Fox Baiting Advice

11 July 2019 From Office of Fiona Phillips ANZ Seeds of Renewal Grants for Community Projects

July 2019 40th Anniversary SCC Mayor Invite_Red Head Villages

 

14 June 2019 Letter from SCC re Village Entry Signs

Village Signs Design 12 June 2019
Please note that the designs contain a spelling error for Cunjurong Pt – a request for correction has been submitted.

Village Signs Location June 2019

29 May 2019 Public Exhibition – Shoalhaven DCP 2014 – Low Density Residential Amendment No. 25

22 May 2019 Email update from SCC re Manyana Beach Estate

16 May 2019 Email from SCC re fallen trees at Berringer Lake

14 May 2019 Outcome of Development Committee Meeting – Clause 2 8 Review

14 May 2019 Outcome of Council Meeting – Electric Vehicle Charging Stations on Public Land Policy – Adoption

29 April 2019 Letter from SCC Re Tree Vandalism

9 May 2019 Shoalhaven Contributions Plan 2019 – Transitional Arrangements

29 April 2019 Nominations for NSW ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards

Email – Berry Forum re Temporary Function Centres 26 April 2019


05042019 Email from Larraine Larri re Shoalhaven Council Draft Sustainable Energy Policy (Attachment below)


1 April 2019 Public Exhibition - Donations Policy and Guidelines

Little Blue Dinosaur email 20 March 2019

Little Blue Dinosaur Road Safety Certificate 2019

07032019 SCC Facilities Officer re Community Project Grant Applications invitation


22022019 Inyadda Drive PP Update advice (SCC)

06022019 Lake Conjola Entrance Management Review Workshop presentation (Dirk, Conjola Community Assoc.)

04022019 Shoalhaven LEP 2014 – Coastal Hazard Review PP and Shoalhaven DCP Amendment Coastal Management Areas (SCC)

04022019 Lake Conjola CMP Update Request (Dirk Treloar, Lake Conjola Entrance Management)

25012019 State Government Funds granted for Cunjurong Point Reserve BBQ & Playground upgrade at Yulunga Reserve (Robyn Ralph, Yulunga Hall Committee)

19012019 Community Garden (Lachlan Rombouts and reply from SCC)

05112018 Public Exhibition – Shoalhaven Growth Management Strategy Discussion Paper and Draft Shoalhaven Character Assessment Report (SCC)

traffic issue the barbette

response from council re rhva offer for cctv cameras on yulunga reserve

request for photomon volunteers

new bush track branching

rhva 081118 minister response-08112018110839

response – multiple – holiday season services – tourist _ red head villages association inc

Pathway email and reply Oct 2018

2.10.2018 SCC Grant Rokobauer response

T. Pembroke meeting procedure

Email from Sustainable Australia 1st Sept 2018

Letter to Sue Westaway and Mags Richardson  Re : Eco Villages Working Party

Sent by email 17092018.

Letter from Patti Bartlett to The Executive RHVA 5th july 2018

Hi all, congrats on the South End pathway, efforts of all volunteers are appreciated and I was impressed to follow Dot and Peter (using a rollator walker) King up the track on the weekend to the Cafe. Went for a long walk yesterday to Conjola and their walkway from the car park towards the beach is amazing and I wondered how it was funded through SCC. Luke Bastock from NPWS could be a great networker for design and funding of paths.

Because of Coast disallowing our usual access and also because of extra residents in Coast, I feel that a pathway linking Manyana to Cunjurong should be the first priority. You know that I may be in the minority that dislikes concrete so therefore I’d prefer to offer some constructive ideas. It is some 300 metres only from Goodsell St to the intersecon of The Pannicle and The Bounty. This would be a wonderful link to Cunjurong Shop for Manyana residents- children, older adults, prams etc. It could also be a gravel type of path with boards on both sides. Dot King commented that her and Peter would welcome a link like that as they have lost their link through the bush to Cunjurong Shop. The Fire Shed to Berringer is one they wouldn’t use as it doesn’t link to a safe route and could be too steep for them.

Could you put a map of proposed pathways between Cunjurong Point and Nth Bendalong on the RHVA website as it’s only in the last few months that I’ve heard talk of the actual siting of paths as opposed to a previous general Plan linking the 3 villages.

I also thought that the benches along the Sth End to Bendalong path acknowledging the memory of past residents was a great idea. However since the weekend, the number of benches has doubled. Who approves a bench, pays for them and designs the wording on the bench? I dislike red tape and wouldn’t want to see memorials needing to go through Council but maybe there now needs to be some sort of process. Crescent Head, for example, has benches with backs on them with mulple small commemorave plaques. The routed wording on our benches is too large. Others have also commented on this. Manyana Boardriders Club erected a memorial to Bobby Mills and Don Hearn at the Green Island Lookout so who decides, for example, that one person is mentioned and not another?

Thanks for considering my concerns, I hope you see them in a constructive light and can acknowledge another viewpoint. Thanks also for the time and effort you put into these voluntary posions. Regards, Patti Bartlett.

Am happy for this letter to go on your Correspondence In page

Letter from Patti Bartlett to the Executive RHVA 9-9-2018

To the Executive,

Thank you for putting the Pathways map on RHVA web site and personally I adjust to change better if informed beforehand.

Whilst I m not a fan of white concrete, I acknowledge the enormous work, time and voluntary effort put into the Bridge pathway. I also acknowledge and can appreciate diversity and different opinions, and realise that the white concrete pathway from Fire Shed to Sunset Strip is what the majority wants. So thanks also for your efforts there. And it seems Stage 4 (I guess that’s from Coast to Manyana Beach) will be concrete too.

I guess the black paths are the only concrete and the red is gravel? There is nothing marked for Fire Shed to GI Lookout to Alaska St and also from Bendalong Shop around the Caravan Park to Washerwoman’s track (or that part of the map isn’t seen). So I’m presuming that will be gravel as well?

I also noticed that the gravel track finishes at Dee Beach.

If I have any of this wrong, please let me know.

As I’ve requested beforehand with an earlier letter, (which didn’t make the Corro In page nor have comments I’ve made on RHVA stories made it on the web site) please put this letter on Correspondence In page.

Regards,
Patti Bartlett.

CCB Subsidy

Urban Tree Canopy in the Shoalhaven

Advice from Council Resolution – Draft Medium Density Amendment – Shoalhaven DCP 2014 – Post Exhibition Consideration and Final

Notice of Council Resolution – Coastal Hazard Review

Inyadda weed control Kerry Thompson

Advice – 1080 Fox Baiting 27 August to 14 December 2018

Brian Lambert’s pathway letter

Semi detached Dwelling Amendment

Email from Tim Pembroke 27 July with RHVA reply

acceptance of defibrillator quote

SCC response to Development concerns

SCC response Berringer 2

SCC response Berringer 1