Coffs Coast group to campaign for facilities

NORTHERN Beaches residents can look forward to improved facilities for young people and seniors, improved public transport and better access to health facilities if the Northern Beaches Residents Association have their way.

They were a few of the things decided during the latest instalment of the creation of the association - a 24-person steering committee meeting last week.

While they decided on common causes for the group to campaign for, such as more sporting and cultural opportunities for the region, the development of the association reached a stalemate.

Instead, a nine-member steering committee was elected during the meeting, and were given the task of laying the foundations for the new association representing residents from Sapphire to Red Rock.



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