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BPA Meeting Minutes - 2008-03-25
Tuesday, 25 March 2008

Bundeena Progress Association

Meeting Minutes - March 25th 2008


  • Police Presentation

Attendance as per attendance book  9 Persons


Bob Spencer, Tom Ledden, Betty Kelly

Suspension of Standing Orders

Inspector Martin Hayston, from Sutherland Local Area Command, addressed the meeting about police operations in our district. He gave a brief outline about police activities at Bonnie Vale on Australia Day. Police planning for that day was to pre-empt any trouble and ensure the safety and comfort of visitors.

Inspector Hayston explained that police operations are based on intelligence. He urged residents to report all crime by ringing Sutherland Police Station, the police assistance line or crime stoppers. He said that the level of crime has fallen considerably over the past 10 years in Sutherland Shire. He suggested that a member of the community could attend the Police Accountability Community Team (PACT) forum at Sutherland Police Station.

Superintendent Gavin Dengate, officer in charge of Sutherland Area, will be attending the next progress meeting in Bundeena.

The Chairman moved a vote of thanks for Inspector Hayston for his very informative address.

Business resumed at 8.30 PM


Moved that the minutes of the meeting held on the 23 February 2008 be adopted.
Moya Turner, Rosemary Zunk

Business Arising


Treasurers Report

Moved that the treasurer's report be accepted and that the Post Office. account be paid
Maureen Keller, Rosemary Zunc

Correspondence Inwards

Moved that inwards correspondence be accepted.
Neil deNett, Alan Petersen

Moved that a letter of support for Tim Cole's Mosaic be sent to council
Moya Turner, Alan Petersen

Correspondence Outwards

Moved that outward correspondence be endorsed
Alan Petersen, Maureen Keller

Committee Reports

Neil noted that Mars Corporation had lodged an appeal with the Land and Environment Court. No details are available.

General Business

There was further discussion about an ambulance service for Bundeena/Maianbar and accommodation for older residents in Bundeena. Alan advised that the public toilets at the community centre were blocked on the Art of Living Festival day and also at the tennis courts. There are also strong smells coming from the pumping station near the skate board ramp.

Moved that we notify council about the blockage problems.
Alan Peteresen, Helen Vogt.

Meeting closed at 9.50 PM

@Bundeena Community Centre

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