Council report



DURING the Christmas and New Year period, the Coffs Harbour City Council's Main Administration Building will be open during normal business hours except on public holidays.

A limited counter and telephone service will be available on December 29, 30 and 31.

Staff will be available to deal with applications, payments and routine inquiries.

However, no professional or technical services will be available until the council reopens on January 4, 2005.

THE concept plans for a City Park and Cultural Precinct at Brelsford Park are currently on public exhibition.

To see the plans or to pick up an information brochure, visit the public exhibitions at the council's Main Administration Building on the corner of Coff and Castle streets or the Woolgoolga Library, Toormina Library, the Coffs Harbour City Library and selected rural stores.

CARAVAN, billed as one of Australia's funniest comedies, is to be screened at the Jetty Memorial Theatre during the holiday period.

Caravan is a must-see for anyone who has ever been camping.

It's a funny and inventive farce that has delighted audiences around Australia and is guaranteed to have you in stitches before the end of the first scene.

Tickets are available from the Crazy Rhythm Gear shop in the Boulevard Arcade. For bookings phone 6653 2293.

IF Santa brings you a new mobile phone this Christmas, don't forget you can recycle your old one.

Just pop it into the council's main administration building on the corner of Coff and Castle streets or pick up a pre-paid envelope from the libraries in Coffs Harbour, Toormina and Woolgoolga.



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