At its Meeting held on Wednesday, 25 November, 2020 Council endorsed the Poona Community Infrastructure Plan. Council will continue to work the the PCPA and community of Poona to progress with implementation of the priorities within the Plan.
PCPA, Council and Peter Edwards from Archipelago will be hosting 3 sessions on Saturday 19 September to present the draft Poona Community Infrastructure Plan.
With the COVID limitations in place, sessions will be capped at a maximum of 40 persons and will be conducted with a half hour between sessions for cleaning and sanitizing. Sessions are to be held at 11am/12 noon; 12.30pm/1.30pm and 2pm/3pm.
Bookings essential - firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting PCPA - details available website
Council at its Meeting held on 26 August, 2020, endorsed the draft Poona Community Infrastructure Plan to be put out for final comment by the Poona Community Progress Association Inc and wider Poona Community. The draft has been uploaded in the Key Documents area and the formal engagement will commence in the near future.
Following a comprehensive community engagement process during 2019 and 2020, a draft Poona Community Infrastructure Plan has been compiled. Council will consider this draft Plan at its meeting to be held on 26 August, 2020 with a view to putting the document out to final public comment.
A number of submissions “in support” of the project included suggestions for additional infrastructure as follows:-
1 submission of the “not in support” of the project provided an alternative location for a new boat ramp facility, with that location being – Poona Point.
The “not in support” submissions included a number of reasons/factors including, but not necessarily limited to,
Submissons have now closed
The Boat Ramp Feasibility Study has now been released by TMR and community members now have further opportunity to make submissions on the proposals. Submissions close on 31 March 2020. Please submit your enquiries and submissions by emailing:email@example.com - Please state 'Poona Boat Ramp' in the subject line. This feedback process is open to any feedback in relation to the report including - for example - those in favour, those not and anyone who has any further suggestions - Council encourages community members to submit all views and suggestions.
The report and appendices are located in the "Documents" section of the project page.