From 18-21 February five St Francis Bay Sea Cadets will be outside the SuperSpar and at the 3-Way Stop Street in St Francis Drive and Lyme Road South.
These young men will be handing out forms to all residents of St Francis Bay requesting updating their details for our record purposes. These forms can then be dropped off at SFB Residents’ Association (SFBRA) in the Business Centre near SuperSpar or in the letter box at Spar.
The illegal dumping of demolition building rubble at Ann Ave. has been addressed by Council and the guilty person has been asked to remove it. Council will take the appropriate action.
As of the evening of 14 December no further removal of demolition rubble will be allowed by Council. There are however, some properties that for various reasons require to be demolished during the festive holidays. This will be allowed on a case by case situation but will require, not only the consent of Council, but of neighbours. Some of these houses are extremely dangerous and need to be razed.
The rubble cannot be removed until after the builders go back to work in January. If you have any queries please contact the SFBRA.
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