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    Avoca Lagoon water main replacement works
    As part of our commitment towards delivering quality water and sewer infrastructure across the region, Central Coast Council Water and Sewer are working with Eire Construction to replace the water transfer trunk main under Avoca Lagoon. Using trenchless technology, boring underneath the lagoon has commenced to construct the new main. Works will primarily be between Heazlett Park and Lake Street, Avoca. The alignment of the watermain has been designed to completely bypass the Bareena Wetland where the Green and Golden Bell Frogs breed. This upgrade is essential as the water main supplies the Copacabana Reservoir and is critical for supplying water to the residents of North Avoca, Avoca Beach, Copacabana and Macmasters Beach. There will be limited access for users of these areas while Council is working on site.
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    Thousands flock to Harvest Festival for a weekend of local delights
    The Central Coast came alive over the June long weekend, with the Harvest Festival, once again attracting thousands of visitors, and injecting millions of dollars into the local economy.Over two glorious days, this year’s Festival provided a unique experience with over 30 event hubs offering an authentic glimpse behind the farm gate and delivering a vibrant celebration of local produce, entertainment, and fun.Central Coast Council Director of Community and Recreation Services, Melanie Smith, said visitors were able to explore nine picturesque rural communities and their heritage villages, including Dooralong, Jilliby, Yarramalong, Wyong Creek, Kulnura, Mangrove Mountain, Peats Ridge, Somersby, and Spencer."Once again the Harvest Festival truly had something for everyone, from farm-to-table dining and 'pick your own' adventures, to nursery tours, food and beverage tastings, workshops, farm tours, and live music," Ms.
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    Skate park maintenance works rolling out
    Central Coast Council has commenced a series of essential maintenance works across six skate parks throughout the region, including BATO Yard (Bateau Bay), Wadalba Skate Park, Picnic Point Skate Park (The Entrance), Banjo’s Skate Park (Terrigal), Narara Skate Park and Kariong Skate Park.Council Director Community Services and Recreation, Melanie Smith said these works aim to ensure the safety and longevity of these popular community facilities for skaters of all ages and abilities.“The works are scheduled to progressively roll out until July 2024 (weather permitting), and will require short-term closures at each location while works are underway,” Ms Smith said.“The scope of the project will vary depending on the specific needs of each skate park. “Some examples of planned work include resurfacing ramps and bowls, repairing cracks and damaged concrete, replacing worn equipment like basketball hoops and nets, and applying fresh paint and coatings.”The schedule (weather permitting), with temporary closures whilst works are underway, is:•    Narara Skate Park – works anticipated to commence 13 June - 18 June •    Banjo’s Skate Park (Terrigal), works anticipated to commence 17 June - 21 June•    Kariong Skate Park – works anticipated to commence 24 June - 28 June•    The Entrance Skate Park (Picnic Point), works are underway and due for completion at the end of June.•    Wadalba Skate Park - works are underway and expected to be completed around June 21•    Bato Yard - Skate Park completion 14 June, however the Basketball court will be closed until 20 June Central Coast Council Administrator, Rik Hart emphasised the importance of the skate parks to the community and the benefits of these maintenance projects.“These skate parks are well loved by our community and these essential maintenance works will ensure they remain safe and enjoyable for everyone to use,” Mr Hart said. “Council is committed to providing quality recreational facilities for our residents, and these upgrades will help to extend the lifespan of these skate parks for many years to come.“By investing in these essential works, we can ensure that these community hubs continue to provide a safe and positive space for people of all ages and skills to enjoy skateboarding, BMX riding, scootering and rollerblading.”For the latest information on these temporary closures and specific works being undertaken at each skatepark, search ‘skate park works’ at view details of the 25 Council managed skates parks on the Central Coast, search ‘skate parks’ at 
    Expression of interest - Code of Conduct Reviewer
    Expressions of Interest (EOI) are being sought for suitably qualified applicants to act as a Code of Conduct Reviewer for Central Coast Council (CCC).Conduct reviewers are required to meet the eligibility and selection criteria specified in Part 3 of the Procedures for the Administration of the Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils in NSW [Procedures].
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