Welcome to our Lane Cove Week in Review, for 18 to 24 July 2016.
Traffic, Parking and Footpath Woes
Complaints continued this week regarding traffic delays on Centennial Avenue. The apparent two faulty light detectors on Penrose and Figtree Streets appeared not to have been fixed as expected. Several people took the matter further by calling to report the issue – phoning the Transport Management Centre on 131700 “report a traffic condition problem”. Press 3.
A Roving Reporter sent us this photo of the footpath on one section of Mowbray Road. They said “Mowbray Road is turning into a bomb site with all this construction and putrid excuses for footpaths”.
Another Roving Reporter sent us a photo of a Saturday morning traffic jam on Finlayson Street. They said “Rules that allow parking on both sides of Finlayson Street is causing must frustration with drivers. See pic attached for a gridlock this morning.” Do you think it parking should be restricted to one side only?
And another Roving Reporter sent us in this photo taken in the Woolies Car Park, showing how poorly one of the local rangers parks…
Cobden & Hayson are a new Real Estate Agency, that opened this week on Longueville Road.
Re-Opened to Locals Delight!
Bakers Delight re-opened on Saturday after full renovations over the past couple of weeks. They celebrated their shiny new shop, with free face-painting for the kids and a large “Bakers Delight” character handed out free Cheeseymite Scrolls to the crowd in the plaza.
New Treats in Town
Well lookey what we *had* to taste test during the week. There is a new treat in town – they are huge, sweet and available at Lodge.
On Friday the Lane Cove Cats AFL Club held a Sportsmans Lunch with sporting greats Michael Clarke, Andrew Gaze, Stevie J and Kevin Sheedy. Fabulous event and great club for kids.
Vietnamese Noodle House opening soon. Can’t wait for those ‘tasty dishes’!
Get the kids moving with a Yoga Workshop at Greenwood Early Education Centres Lane Cove on Tuesday 26 July or Friday 29 July from 10–11am!. The Lane Cove Centre will be opening soon.
Come see how Yoga will form part of your child’s development at Greenwood. Bookings are essential. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 947 336.
Excitement is building ITC, about the red hot rumour that a Deli/Fromagerie/Wine Bar is going to open in the plaza, in the shop recently vacated by Bumble B’s/Dinner with the Cakeman.
Another rumoured change on the plaza is that Pablo & Rusty’s will soon be changing names to “The Junction”. They will still serve P&R coffee and a similar menu.
This week’s North Shore LAC Crime Report:-
Drug dog operation – Chatswood and St Leonards
Police conducted a drug dog operation on Thursday 14th July in the Chatswood and St Leonards area.
As a result of the operation a 15 year old male from Riverview was stopped at St Leonards Railway Station at around 6.15 pm after the drug dog indicated the presence of a drug in the vicinity of the male.
Police spoke with the male who admitted to having cannabis in his possession. The cannabis was seized by police and weighted at 1.7 grams. As a result of the drug offence the young male will be offered to be dealt with under the Young Offenders Act by way of a Youth Caution.
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