Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment
Email: [email protected]pwe.tas.gov.au
Wendy Dawson, Editor
Valley and East Coast Voice Inc.
St Marys TAS 7215
Dear Ms Dawson
Richardson road dam – St Marys
I refer to our previous emails in regard to the existing status of Crown Land containing the Richardson Road dam.
I also refer to previous emails and telephone conversations between Acting Break O’Day Council Mayor Hannah Rubenach and myself regarding this matter.
I have undertaken some research into the Crown land and the dam and can provide the following information:
The Crown land has a status of unallocated and was accessed in 2006 under the Crown Land Assessment and Classification Project (CLAC). The dam was noted within the report and comments were sought from the Break O’Day Council.
In 2007, Break O’Day Council comments noted that the land contained water supply infrastructure used for emergency purposes only and would consider having the site containing the dam transferred to local government ownership. Continue reading
The Cornwall Community Development Group put in a request to the committee of the St Marys Memorial Services Association asking if we would collaborate with them to commemorate A.N.Z.A.C Day Services. It was put forward for discussion and all members were in agreement. It was decided to alternate the dawn and 11am service each year. Therefore, on the 25th April St Marys will hold the Dawn Service starting at 6am followed by a Gunfire Breakfast. Cornwall will hold the 11am Service.
Next year St Marys will perform the 11am and Cornwall the 6am. We hope that this partnership will be met favourably by the community so we can all come together to remember our fallen.
Lest we forget.
Wendy Brennan, for and on behalf of the St Marys Memorial Services Association
St Marys 128th Pacing Cup, ANZAC Day Service times, Senator Christine Milne tours Break O’Day areas, Community Transport Service receives recurrent Federal funding, Book Review, ‘History or Mystery?’ Part 1, ‘A Phone Rings’, AUSKICK Registration Day, St Marys Sports Centre News, Car Wash at the Fingal Valley Neighbourhood House…
For $10 you can get your car washed on Wednesday April 30th from 11-3.30 behind the FVNH.
The funds raised will go towards end of year activities for local youth.
Call 6374 2344 and book your car in!!
The Fingal Valley Neighbourhood House Inc is holding a puppetry workshop on April 24th at 10a.m. Bring along your children and be prepared to have a hands-on fun-filled session, helping your child experience, watch and make their own puppets.
This show is presented by pelicanpuppets.com.au and is offered through FVNH at a great price of $10 per family. Mums and dads are encouraged to attend.
Please phone 6374 2344 to book.
It was a privilege to be a tiny part of another fantastic Woodcraft Guild Open Day last weekend. I’d like to thank Reon, Wendy and all the crew for the chance to show a few railway models, but the overall list of things to see and do was just terrific. Continue reading
The Fingal RSL Sub Branch. A Dawn Service at 6a.m. (gather at 5.45) will be held at the Mathinna Cenotaph and will be conducted by retired RSL State President Chris Mundy and Father John Denman. A gunfire breakfast will follow at the Mathinna Club. An 11.00 Service (gather at 10.45) will be held at the Fingal Cenotaph and will be conducted by retired RSL State President Chris Mundy and Father John Denman. Lunch at Chrissy’s Bistro to follow. Large crowds expected – all welcome.
The Northern Midlands R&SLA Sub Branch. The 11a.m. service will be held at the Cenotaph, Boucher Park Avoca. This will be followed by a venison spit roast lunch.
The St Marys Memorial Services Association. A 6a.m. Dawn Service will be held at the St Marys Town Hall, followed by a Gunfire Breakfast. The 11a.m. Service will be held at the Cornwall Community Hall.