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Game On for Local Sport Grants

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes is encouraging sporting clubs in Pittwater to apply for funds under the NSW Government’s Local Sport Grant Program.

$4.65 million in grants will be allocated across NSW for grassroots sports development and upgrades to local sporting facilities.

The program aims to increase regular and ongoing participation in sport and structured physical activity, address barriers to participation, help sporting clubs provide quality service to their members, and increase the amount of well-managed facilities in local communities.

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Funding Flows to Barrenjoey Headland

Monday, 16 September 2019

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced funding for the introduction of public toilet facilities at Barrenjoey Headland.

The increasing popularity of the headland has led to calls from local community groups to introduce conveniently located public toilet facilities, and access to drinking water, to improve the visitor experience.

Sewer and water pipelines have recently been installed and construction of the new toilets will commence following the busy summer season. Temporary toilets will also be installed over summer as an interim arrangement.

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‘My Community Project’ Winners Announced

Friday, 06 September 2019

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes is congratulating successful local projects announced under the My Community Project program.

The NSW Government initiative is an opportunity for the community to propose, develop and vote on projects that will benefit the local area.

Successful projects in the Pittwater electorate include a new community pantry initiative (submitted by Narrabeen Sharks Junior Rugby League Club), golf course flood mitigation improvements (submitted by Mona Vale Golf Club) and a new marine rescue vessel (submitted by Marine Rescue Broken Bay).

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Budget Delivers for Pittwater’s Key Infrastructure Projects

Friday, 21 June 2019

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes has welcomed further funding in the State Budget to continue the NSW Government’s essential investment in local infrastructure.

The NSW Budget is the envy of the nation with a surplus of $802 million projected for 2018-19, and surpluses averaging $1.7 billion projected over the next four years.

A record $93 billion will be invested in building infrastructure, supporting drought-affected farming communities and cutting taxes across NSW in 2019-20.

Key local allocations for 2019/20 include:

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