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The Entrance Library On The Chopping Block
Not only will the community lose a library, they will be left without all the other Council services that this facility offers to the public. Services such as:-
- payment of rates, water & sewerage services
- animal registrations
- internet & computer access for those who don’t have such luxury
- viewing Council plans and polices
- lodging a general enquiry to Council
- Bookclub, Knitting Groups & Mindfulness in the Library
The Administrator publically stated that he would not be seeking to cut Council services however, if this library shuts its doors that is exactly what will occur.
The community don’t want to see these facilities vanishing. Already, The Entrance Township has suffered with Westpac closing both its branch and removing its ATM, while the Commonwealth Bank are still in limbo on reopening its branch.
Attached is the Petition Authorised by David Mehan MP asking Central Coast Council to immediately reconsider this decision
This article archived 1 Jun 2021
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