Village Voice

VILLAGE VOICE

Fisher Ave car park - needs to be better policed by the council

HORNSBY COUNCIL – RECLAIM OUR COMMUNITY PARKING SPACE

NOEL OXLEY, PRESIDENT The results of our Council elections are finalised and we have long-time Pennant Hills resident Philip Ruddock as the new Hornsby Mayor...

GOOD NEWS FOR ENEWS

ROSS WALKER The Beecroft Cheltenham Civic Trust’s Enews is continuing to work well, developing into an excellent medium for conveying information to the local community....

Keeping Mt Colah safe

Susan Low, FOMC Secretary As I drive to work in the mornings, I like to observe the day-to-day activities of people around me. I see...

Community Engagement

On Sunday mornings, I enjoy browsing through the local newspaper. I often see words and phrases, such as ‘community’, ‘get involved’ and ‘your opinion...

Beecroft Cheltenham Civic Trust

The past month has been very busy for the Trust and September likely to be even busier with local government elections scheduled for the...

Democracy in Action- Getting the Council we need for Pennant Hills

On 9 September, we go to the polls to elect our Council representatives for the next four years. With the changes in ward boundaries...

PENNANT HILLS MASTER PLAN-SMELLING THE SERENITY!

Last month’s article I mentioned that Hornsby Council intends to “conduct an economic feasibility study to scope the scale of high rise development in...

PRESSURE FOR MORE MEDIUM AND HIGH DENSITY CONTINUES

Though NSW Planning has still not mandated the highly destructive Complying Medium Density Code, it has formed the basis of the infill development plans...

LIFTS, BAGS AND TREES

Over the past month the Trust has been actively promoting our electronic newsletter sent to over 1000 email recipients. The enews is proving to...
Mt Colah Friends (from L to R) Jan Forbes, Susan Low and Mariko Smith at the morning tea

‘CONCERNED CITIZENS OF MT COLAH’

One Friends of Mount Colah (FOMC) member has been travelling overseas and came across a sign about the ‘Concerned Citizens of Montauk, New York’....