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2020 Community Building Partnership Program

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes is encouraging all local sporting and community groups to apply for funds under this year’s Community Building Partnership Program.

The popular NSW Government initiative allocates $300,000 per electorate for eligible infrastructure projects that will promote local participation and deliver social, cultural, environmental and recreational outcomes.

Applications are open until Friday 12 June.

“This initiative has seen the delivery of many incredible projects in our community,” Rob Stokes said.

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2020 Pittwater Woman of the Year

Wednesday, 04 March 2020

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced passionate community advocate Roberta Conroy as the 2020 Pittwater Woman of the Year.

The award was announced at the annual Zonta International Women’s Day Breakfast, at Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, and recognises outstanding achievements of local women and their valuable contribution to the Pittwater community.

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Relief for Barrenjoey Headland Visitors

Thursday, 23 January 2020

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced temporary toilets are operational at Barrenjoey Headland, ahead of the introduction of permanent facilities.

Funding for the installation of toilets was secured last year and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service has been working with local community groups and heritage consultants on an appropriate design and location.

New sewer and water pipelines have been installed and will service both the temporary and permanent facilities.

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New Keoride Hub at Avalon Beach

Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today announced that Pittwater commuters will soon benefit from a new Keoride hub at Avalon Beach.

The highly popular on-demand public transport service connects passengers to their nearest transport hub at Mona Vale, Warriewood or Narrabeen.

From 27 January, passengers booking a Keoride trip from locations north of Mona Vale Road will be able to select Avalon Beach as a new transport hub. This will be in addition to their current option of travelling to Mona Vale’s B-Line bus stop.

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