Welcome to our Lane Cove News week in review. A week of power outages, water outages and malicious damage.
Antonio The Flower Man – Update
Lane Cove Council is convening an Extraordinary Traffic Committee meeting on Friday, 10 June 2022, to discuss removing the No Stopping signs on Burns Bay Road to enable Antonio The Flower Man to continue trading. Background to the issue here.
The meeting will be held at 11:00 am at Lane Cove Council Chambers, 48 Longueville Road, Lane Cove.
To register to speak, please use the online form by 12noon the day before the meeting and include the Agenda item you wish to speak to.
This technical Committee is made up of agency representatives such as Transport for NSW, NSW Police and Sydney Buses, as well as a Councillor and a representative on behalf of the Local Member.
Meetings are typically held bi-monthly on the third Tuesday of the month (the next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, 19 July 2022).
The Committee will also be discussing the pop-up dining areas on Longueville Road.
Dine and Discover
Dine & Discover NSW vouchers will expire on 30 June 2022, while Stay NSW and Parents NSW vouchers end on 9 October 2022.
The NSW government launched Dine & Discover NSW to encourage the community to get out and about and support dining, arts and recreation businesses.
Vouchers can be used seven days a week, including public holidays, at participating NSW businesses.
Dog Advisory Committee
At the Lane Cove Council October 2021 meeting, the Council resolved to establish a Community Dog Advisory Committee.
On Tuesday, 29 March 2022, Council hosted a Community Workshop to give members of the community an opportunity to determine how the Advisory Committee will operate, which would then inform the role, functions and objectives of the Committee for the development of the Charter.
At the Lane Cove Council May 2022 meeting, Council adopted a Charter and resolved to call for expressions of interest for community representatives on the Community Dog Advisory Committee.
The objective of the Community Dog Advisory Committee is to act as a central point of communication between Council and community stakeholder representatives, as users of open space for dogs in the Lane Cove LGA, and to provide advice on the provision of:
- Reviewing and suggesting any changes to the Dog Strategy 2021 and any future reviews of the Dog Strategy;
- Assisting Council with the implementation and planning of any recommendations arising in the Dog Strategy;
- Assisting the Council with the implementation and planning of any dog-related events proposed by the Dog Strategy, noting that “dog-related events” can include, but are not limited to, any activity in which the community can be involved, which allows dogs to be a part of it. Examples of this may include community dog training; dog shows; dog events like Paws in the Park or Street Paws festivals;
- Proactively engaging with stakeholders to attend Committee meetings for expert advice; and
- Strive to achieve best practice for the Lane Cove community.
The membership of the Community Dog Advisory Committee consists of:-
Five (5) community representatives, being:-
- Three (3) dog owners from within the Lane Cove LGA local government area, including one from each Council ward;
- One (1) local dog owner from the local dog services industry (i.e. dog walking, dog training); and
- iii. One (1) local dog owner from the veterinary profession.
- One (1) representative from a sporting club from the LCC area which is a dog owner;
- One (1) member from the Bushland Management Advisory Committee (appointed by the Bushland Management Advisory Committee);
- One (1) member from the Sporting Club Advisory Committee (appointed by the Sporting Club Advisory Committee); and
- One (1) non-dog owner
There are a number of ways you can submit an Advisory Committee Nomination:
Collect a Nomination Form from the Lane Cove Civic Centre (48 Longueville Rd, Lane Cove) and Lane Cove Library (Library Walk, Lane Cove).
Nominations close Monday, 18 July 2022
Council will make appointments in August 2022, and all nominees will be duly notified of the outcome of their nomination after the August Council meeting.
DIY – Signage
Our Cover photo shows DIY signage at Moore Street advising drivers that you can turn left into the Bus Lane for 100 m. ITC has asked the Lane Cove Mayor to investigate proper signage at this intersection.
Harris Farm Update
The Harris Farm building is coming along, and it looks like a July 2022 opening.
Lane Cove in the News
Lane Cove Sport
Congratulations to Zoe Ng, Iris Zhang, Jane Tisdell, Samantha Yu and Cecilia Ko-on their graduation from the 2021 Australian Golf Foundation Scholarship Girls organized by Lane Cove Golf Club and Kasey Dive, Golf Professional at LCGC.
Lane Cove Crime, Incidents and Accidents
The following incident was reported on ITC Lane Cove Chat:
“Hi Everyone – we are looking for anyone who lives in an apartment building along Gordon Crescent who may have experienced theft/break in on the 2/6/22.
The below individual was seen forcing entry to our apartment building. We have a ton of footage and images – some of which I cannot share on social media.
From 4:20am to approx 5:30am this person took his time to search cars, car park and storage cages before making off with a number of expensive bikes.
His get away transport is suspected to have been parked outside 76-82 Gordon Cres during this time.
If you/your building were also affected please reach out to me privately.
To the thief – if you are reading this – you were quite impressive ￼in the way you worked but you did make 5 seperate mistakes. You removed your gloves at one point and forgot to put them back, you left something behind, your phone registered with our cell-fi booster in the car park and two more mistakes that I won’t share here.”
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