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BPA Meeting Minutes - 2007-05-29
Thursday, 07 June 2007

Bundeena Progress Association

Meeting Minutes - May 29th 2007

Highlights

  • Council Upgrades for Bundeena
  • Bundeena School Enrollment Concerns

Attendance as per attendance book 15 Persons

Apologies

Tamsin and Phil Clarke, John Gawthorn, Alan Petersen, Moya Turner

Minutes

Moved that the minutes of the meeting held on the 24 April 2007 be adopted.

Helen Vogt, Zel Jandric

Business Arising

Moved that secretary email minutes to committee members before the next meeting

Bob Spencer, Zel Jandric

Treasurers Report

Moved that the treasurer's report be accepted. 

Maureen Keller, Helen Vogt

Correspondence Inwards

Moved that inwards correspondence be accepted

Bob Spencer, Betty Kelly

Moved that a letter be sent to council supporting the naming of the walkway next to Norm Robbins house in Lambeth Walk as the 'Wendy's Walkway'

Bob Spencer, Zel Jandric

Moved that the Progress Association write to council requesting that the Roger Summers Park be named the 'Summers Park'. It was considered that Colleen Summers community work for Bundeena should be recognised and the name 'Summers Park' would relate to both Roger and Colleen.

Bernard Swann, Kit Bray

Correspondence Outwards

None


Committee Reports


None


Clr Spencer Report


Bob Spencer reported to the meeting that our discussion with Des Hewitt at our last meeting had been effective. The parking arrangements in the shopping centre will remain as it is. There will be a slight delay to the starting date. He also said that council had agreed to the construction of a boardwalk to form part of the footpath on the western side of the street. As a result of Bob's lobbying, council allocated $250,000 for its construction

Bob reported that as a result of Paul McLeay's request, John Watkins, Minister for Transport came to Bundeena on Tuesday last, to inspect the state of the wharf. He announced that the state government would contribute half of the cost of the new wharves at Bundeena and Cronulla. Council will meet the other half of the cost.

More good news was that the parking area at the rear of the community centre would be retained in the new plan for the Oval Park.

The meeting thanked Bob for his efforts in helping to get such a good deal for Bundeena.


General Business


Graham Irving spoke about the decline in the number of children attending Bundeena Public School. There was a lengthy discussion about the reasons for the decline and effects on the school. Graham is to present more information to our next meeting.

Meeting closed at 8.20 PM

@Bundeena Community Centre

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