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Sun, 06 May 2018 10:27 AM
Category: General Announcements
Posted by: Site Administrator

Meeting Agenda

1.  Council's decision not to recognise La Perouse Precinct effective 27/04/18.
2.  Massive Passenger Cruise Ship Terminal planned for Botany Bay.
3.  Petition to curb antisocial behaviour within the precinct and surrounds.
4.  Ethical Behaviour Statement.
5.  General Business.

Sun, 08 Apr 2018 07:46 PM
Category: General Announcements
Posted by: Site Administrator

Meeting Agenda

1.  Precinct Code of Meeting Practice.
2.  Dual Occupancy Lot Size.
3.  Jennifer Street Update.
4.  Harry Triguboff plans for the area.
5.  General Business.

Tue, 06 Mar 2018 01:31 PM
Category: Message from the Chair
Posted by: Site Administrator

The La Perouse Precinct at its meeting yesterday attended by the General Manager, Precinct Coordinator, and Crs Danny Said, Noel D'Souza and Carlos Da Rocha, failed to resolve on its submission to IPART that is due in 6 days, on Tuesday 13th March 2018.

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Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:16 PM

Letter Box Volunteers Needed


Call for volunteers to help us keep our community informed.

Category: Message from the Chair
Posted by: Site Administrator

Happy New Year to you all.  For those who are back to work, I hope you enjoyed your holidays.  For those still on holidays, well ... hope to catch up at the first precinct meeting of the year on Mon 1st Feb 2016.

Last year saw two federal ministers step down and they did this between Christmas and New Year [ABC 30 Dec 2015] apparently in a hope that they could avoid public scrutiny.

Christmas present from the local government was the announcement of the forced merger of Randwick with Waverley and Woollahra [ABC 18 Dec 2015] against our express wishes.  Some would argue that this has been always what Randwick councillors (those who control the numbers) and their Office of General Manager wanted from as early as December 2014 when the working party of 'like-minded' councillors was established.  A review process is currently underway that looks like a token gesture to tick the community consultation check box ... more on this in the next announcement.

A week into the new year saw the wanton destruction of 50 100 year-old trees, their reduction to woodchips in the stealth of the night [video] ignoring the plights of distressed resident [ABC 08 Jan 2016] [ABC 16 Jan 2016] and raising questions as to why these trees taken down when the government owns the land across Alison Road upon which the initial DA for the light rail was initially approved.

No doubt we expect to hear more more about these and other such initiatives of our local and state governments in he coming weeks and months all the way up to election time in March next year.  Its time we get organised and be ready to face the challenge before us and do our best to protect our amenities and heritage.

First on our agenda is keeping our residents informed in a respectful and responsible manner.  Letter boxing is an effective method to this end.  We need volunteers to letter box notices of meetings and information leaflets.  If you live in the area [letter box maps] please use the [contact us] page and provide us and your name, address and contact numbers so that we can partition the areas so suit your preferences as to how you help us with letter box drops.

Jayasooriah
Chairperson