The BMPCA President's Report at the last meeting advised that the Association and the Broulee Mossy Point precinct had had another successful year, and mentioned: • The presentation to Eurobodalla Shire Council (ESC) of $25,000 towards the new gravel sealing of the cycleway between South Broulee and the North Head Campground. Particular mention was made of the efforts of Rodney Scholes who began campaigning for this track 15 or so years ago. • The revision of the Broulee Development Plan, with the Association coordinating community input. The revised Plan is on the ESC website. • The opening of the new road bridge over Candlagan Creek. • That the bitumen surface of the approaches to the new bridge is temporary while the road base settles, it will receive a final finish after a few more months. • The upgrade of the carpark and surrounds on the Mossy Point side of the bridge. • The re-positioning of the creekbank plaque commemorating the loss of the Rover in 1841, it's now in a position where it is being noticed. • That Art On The Path is happening again at Broulee on 2 October 2016. Apparently holding the event at Tomakin did not attract much of a response. • That the sand modelling and sandcastle competition approval for this year is still held up while ESC conducts a review of its 'Recreation and Open Space Strategy'. The next meeting is at 8pm Thursday 1 December 2016 at Broulee Primary School. To keep up to date with all the Association news and meeting minutes in detail visit the BMPCA website
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