In this week's Reporter

From the Editor...

Hope everyone is doing well during this lockdown? Covid fatigue is beginning to show, but hopefully things will turn around for the better very soon.

 

This edition is a mixed offering of local news, as well as covid support information and even out of this world reporting.

 

A residential street that has had development pop-up around it seems to continue to miss out on a vital piece of infrastructure that so many of us take for granted – sewerage connections.

For the 23 impacted landholders along Ettelsdale Road at Spring Farm, formerly Elderslie, even though they were promised connections to sewerage decades ago, there’s been little progress. Residents want action now from both state government and Camden Council

Wilton a great town or no town at all’ – was the slogan adopted by Wollondilly Council in 2017. Councillor Judith Hannan was mayor at the time it was adopted. The councillor now wants to know why it’s been dropped. She is also concerned that the department of planning isn’t releasing population figures as to when infrastructure will be installed in the town that is going ahead at all costs. She believes without the appropriate services and infrastructure the town will have major issues.

 

There’s a bit of covid information for those struggling – about accessing grants or strategies to cope with lockdown. So many people are going through the same thing.  

 

Be kind to yourself and stay safe.

- Lee Abrahams, Editor

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1909 steam fest six Brittany

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1935 relay six

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1842 Camdne light-upBrett Atkins

1909 steam fest six Brittany
1909 steam fest six Brittany

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