The Care Group organised it’s second Birthday/Info Day at Morialta Park on the weekend. The day was a big success with a lot of interest in the lake information displays and fantastic weather.
It also was great to meet neighbours in the local area that you would never get the opportunity to talk to without community events such as this.
Councillor Paul Taylor attended the event a talked with many residents on issues and progress in and around the lake.
“Love This City” was on hand with many of its Volunteers to keep up a steady supply of sausage sandwiches and drinks.
Kids were not left out with with an inflatable Team Challenge Obstacle Course. This involved to two lanes where you raced your opponent’s through obstacles to finish down the giant slide.
Many thanks to Councillor Paul Taylor and Catchment Management for supplying funding and information to make this day a real success.
What an outstanding success!
It really is amazing what three hours and a small band of like minds can do to help make a difference to our lake.
Four large industrial bins full to the brim and trips to the rubbish dump for all the excess that wouldn’t fit.
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A lot of people are complaining about the amount of rubbish in and around the lake.
NOW YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!
A lake Cleanup date has been organised for Sunday Oct 7th 100pm to 400pm with a sausage sizzle afterwards.
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Many residents have highlighted the general lack of information over reed beds and other possible improvements to reverse the decline in water quality.
Council has responded by organising an info session on factors effecting the lake and the interaction of improvements on water quality. 2 meetings have been planned to ensure everyone can attend.
The venue is the Albert Waterways Community Centre (opposite Pacific Fair next to the Library)
- Monday 24th September 2012 between 6 – 7:30pm and
- Saturday 29th September 2012 between 9 – 10:30am
This is a public meeting and anyone who has interest in the lake are welcomed to attend.
There will be a FAQ session so get your questons ready.