Project: Restoration of the Aged and Dilapidated THCC Carpark

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The Tuross Project: To restore the 40-year-old car-park to an "as new" condition, eliminating the current trip-hazard, patched and pot-holed surface. What’s this project about?

The existing car-park is dangerous with a multitude of trip hazards. This is amplified as the THCC serves a local community with an aged demographic. A new surface will greatly improve the physical and visual amenity of the Club for Visitors and Members alike. It will eliminate the considerable ongoing need for patching maintenance by volunteers of the club.

The THCC with a membership of 1846 in a community population of approximately 2200 is the hub of the local community for social interaction, entertainment, sporting activities and eating out. It is the meeting place for Community Interest Groups. This project will provide a significant boost to the local community, via improved safety of the car-park and the visual presentation of the Club.

Downer EDI Mogo will be engaged to prepare the existing damaged surface and lay new 30mm Hotmix. Capital Lines and Signs will be engaged to line and safety marking for car spaces, shared zones and designated disabled parking to comply with current Australian Standards. The THCC Board will oversee and manage the project.

Why should you vote for this project?

Safety. ‍ Greatly reduce the risk of trip hazards and erratic vehicle movements. ‍ Improve safety for patrons entering the Club.Amenity ‍ Car-park needs to meet contemporary safety standards.Maintenance. ‍ Greatly reduce current ongoing maintenance, which is dependent on ageing Club volunteers.

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