Brickbats & Bouquets April 2024

By Manly Community Forum
Published in Community
April 13, 2024
1 min read

Bouquet to National Parks and Wildlife Service for the new gate and road shoulder recently installed on the Scenic Drive leading to Fairfax wall at North Head. The local pedestrians are very happy.

Brickbat Pity about the bus stop at the roundabout at the entry to Q Station, It needs some attention, especially now that the 161 bus from Manly to North Head will now stop there every 30 minutes.

Bouquet. to Council for completing the work on the stormwater drain on East Esplanade before the big rain.

Brickbat to the Council removing and not returning the plaque on the plinth at the base of the Pine tree celebrating the former Manly Environment Centre and its works over 25 years.

Brickbat to the NSW Government, councils and other partners for arguing over the funding for the Beachwatch program and thereby threatening continuation of this valuable program. Strong partnerships with Beachwatch, local councils, government agencies and wastewater managers are critical to meet demand for information on safe local swim sites for communities across New South Wales. Partners are required to collect and analyse water samples for priority swim sites in their local area and provide this data for reporting within the Beachwatch program. Participation in the Beachwatch Partnership Program is voluntary, but Beachwatch provides centralised coordination and data management, technical support and guidance with statewide protocols, training, quality control, audit and reporting services. This quality assurance program ensures all data is accurate and reliable with consistent state-wide reporting compliant with the National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines.


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