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As you may have heard our beautiful girl
Kristy Blackney has passed away while
travelling in Cambodia.
Her family and friends are devasted and
completely heartbroken. As you can imagine the
cost to bring Kristy home are great as well as the
costs of a funeral.
So if you are able to help her family with these
expenses in anyway please do.
We love you Kristy and will miss you so much.
Kiara Mcnally created the Gofundme
'Bring Kristy home' on Sunday August 21, 2016
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Last chance to enrol for council elections
ELIGIBLE residents and rate-
payers are being urged to enrol
to vote for the upcoming Bass
Coast Shire Council elections
before it’s too late. Enrolment
closes at 4pm on Friday, August
Australian citizens living with-
in Bass Coast Shire who have
recently turned 18 years old or
changed their address can com-
plete an enrolment form online at
vec.vic.gov.au or pick one up at
any Australia Post or Australian
Electoral Commission office.
Paper enrolment forms must
be received by the Victorian
Electoral Commission by 4pm
on Friday, August 26.
Anyone on the State electoral
roll for their current address
and non-resident property own-
ers are automatically enrolled
for the elections.
There are also additional en-
rolment categories for occupi-
ers, company nominees and
non-Australian citizens who pay
rates for an address in Bass
People in these categories can
apply directly to council to en-
rol, by calling 1300 226 278.
Further information on enrol-
ment is available by calling 1300
805 478 or at vec.vic.gov.au.
Cape Woolamai Community
MEMBERS of the Cape Woola-
mai Community Association have
expressed their concern about
two council documents that dis-
cuss the future land use for the
Phillip Island Airport site.
These need to be reviewed and
amended, says Nyree Davis, pres-
ident of the association.
Ms Davis recently advised the
Bass Coast Shire Council at a
Community Engagement Ques-
tion Time session that sections
of both the San Remo, Newhaven
and Cape Woolamai Strategic Re-
view 2015 (Strategic Review) and
the Phillip Island and San Remo
Visitor Economy Strategy 2035
(Visitor Strategy) relating to the
Phillip Island Airport site need to
She was advised by the council-
lors that they would look into the
However, at the most recent
council meeting the concerns she
had raised were not acknowl-
edged during discussions on the
issue over which they had ex-
“Instead of addressing or
amending either report the coun-
cil endorsed the visitor strategy
in its current format,” Ms Davis
“Our concerns were not ad-
The Bass Coast Shire Council
commissioned a Phillip Island
Airport Strategic Review in May
2015 (Airport Review) to investi-
gate the viability of the airport.
“The concern we raise is that
the Council’s Strategic Review
and Visitor Strategy are inconsis-
tent with the recommendations
that have come out of the Airport
“The Strategic Review is a pub-
lic document prepared by the
council for the purpose of provid-
ing greater certainty for residents
and landowners regarding land
“That is why the council was
asked to address the concerns
raised for the purposes of clarity
Ms Davis and secretary of the
Cape Woolamai Association Re-
becca Bond encourage residents
and property owners to become
members of the Cape Woolamai
The purpose of the incorporat-
ed association is to protect and
enhance the natural environment
and amenity of Cape Woolamai
for current and future genera-
tions, they have advised.
You can find membership forms
at local Cape Woolamai Stores or
look for Capewoolamaicommu-
nity on Facebook.
The Cape Woolamai Community Association has raised a red flag
with the shire council about the lack of planning process around the
future use of the Phillip Island Airport site, so far without response.
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