Update from Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice – Nov 7th
Monday 21st November Meeting
Our last meeting for 2022 will be on Monday 21st November, 7pm, Huskisson Community Centre. As its our last for the year we’ll have drinks and nibbles afterwards – come and join us, and tells us if you’d like any special speakers for 2023.
Update from last meeting
We were fortunate to have Michael Paine and Kerrin Woke from Council to talk to us at our last meeting about disaster support and the Huskisson Information Hub. Michael has provided links to the information he mentioned.
DA22/2133, 24 Bowen St, Huskisson, Stage 1 – conversion of existing shed to dwelling Stage 2 – Demolition of non-habitable dwelling & construction of replacement & reversal of change of use of shed to class 10A non-habitable structure
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