The NSW Government has sacked Gosford and Wyong councils today with both mayors and all councillors dismissed immediately.
Rates up 12%! Is council unfit to govern or a top 10 performer?
To become financially viable, Gosford Council has proposed a 12% increase in rate for 2017-18.
Wamberal Memorial Hall facing demolition!
Wamberal Memorial Hall is facing demolition so Gosford Council can sell the land to developers.
The disgraceful behaviour towards these war heroes proves Council has lost any remaining credibility, legitimacy or decency.
NBN news – save our parks rally
NBN news has some excellent coverage of the rally to save our parks last night. Watch in astonishment as Mayor Lawrie McKinna claims that mowing and maintaining a park costs between $10,000 […]
Lawrie McKinna votes to sell parks
Sadly at tonights Council meeting, Mayor Laurie McKinna and a majority of his councillors voted to continue with the sale of community parks. The decision was universally condemned by one of the largest, […]
Mass photo shoot to Save Our Parks – 6pm Tuesday 9 Feb at Gosford
Show your support and spread the word that you can help to save our parks by sticking your head into a mass photo shoot outside the council building in Mann Street Gosford. […]
Workshop on draft regional plan – 28 January
NSW Planning has released the draft Central Coast regional plan. It is supposed to set the terms of planning for the future of our region over the next 20 years. It will […]
Save our parks – public rally
The save our parks public rally was extremely well attended on Tuesday night. It was plain that the Council’s approach to selling our neighbourhood parks is devoid of logic and proper governance. By contrast the event was professionally […]
The great park sell off: Public meeting on 19 January at Gosford.
Council wants to sell two important parks in Wamberal for development: 182 Ocean View Drive next to the Wamberal Memorial Hall Benjamin Parker Reserve in Dover Road. Pioneers of Wamberal donated these parks […]
Alarm at Gosford Council’s fire sale of public land
The Community Environment Network (CEN) has raised concerns about Gosford Council’s decision to commence a fire sale of public land in Gosford LGA. At the Gosford Council meeting of 8 September, 2015, […]
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