The August 9 deadline for people to make official public submissions regarding their thoughts about the Jetty4Shores revitalisation concept plans is fast approaching.
The August 9 deadline for people to make official public submissions regarding their thoughts about the Jetty4Shores revitalisation concept plans is fast approaching.

Deadline for public comment on Jetty4Shores fast approaching

BEFORE the consultation phase ends, Coffs Harbour City Council is conducting two more public information sessions on the Jetty4Shores Concept Plans.

Coffs Harbour Mayor, Cr Denise Knight, said the August 9 deadline for public comment on the Jetty4Shores project is fast approaching and this is the opportunity to have your voice heard officially.

"The end of the three-month community consultation is getting close but we're keen to make sure that anyone with any questions - or people who want to talk through any particular aspects of what they'd like to see happening at the Foreshores - get as many chances as possible before the exhibition ends," Cr Knight said.

"There have already been three, well-attended displays at the Harbourside Market and Growers Market, which people have told us were really helpful.

"What's vital is that everyone who has a view is given the chance to express it.

"I'm really looking forward to finding out what ideas have been put forward by the community - and working together in the future to put the harbour back into the heart of Coffs Harbour."

The two further information sessions will be held on:

  • Wednesday, July 31, from 5-7pm at Council's Main Administration Building on the corner of Coff and Castle Streets. Members of the community Jetty4Shores Reference Group, Councillors, Council staff and representatives from the NSW Government's Crown Lands Division will be on hand to help answer questions and talk people through the concept plans. 
  • Sunday, August 4. There will a Jetty4Shores stall at the Harbourside Markets at the Jetty Foreshores. Again, members of the community Jetty4Shores Reference Group, Council staff and representatives from the NSW Government's Crown Lands Division will be available to help answer questions and provide information.

Anyone wishing to view the concept plans at any time can go view them on the Council's website or visit the displays at Council's Main Administration Building and local libraries during business hours.

To make a formal submission by August 9, either email the project team  or post a submission to General Manager, Coffs Harbour City Council, Locked Bag 155, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450.



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