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Next Chamber Network Dinner

NEXT CHAMBER NETWORK DINNER 

Monday 7th July 7pm 

GUEST SPEAKER 

Gosford City Council General Manager 

PAUL ANDERSON 

At the 

The Box on the Water

(new waterfront restaurant on the Ettalong Beach waterfront reserve)

BYO    $36 pp 

 

RSVP 0415 634 232

Your Executives

Executive

Matthew Wales – President 
Wales & Associates 
Ph: 0415 634 232 
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Josh Kerr – Vice President 
Bruce Kerr Real Estate  
Ph: 0405 474 103 
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Adam Crouch – Secretary 
Everbest Printing Co Ltd 
Ph: 0412 802 733 
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Alan Gleeson – Treasurer 
Gleeson Enterprises 
Ph: 0414 410 936

 

Directors

Sue Fowler - Deepwater Plaza 
Ph: 0408 208 550 
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Mary Rose Bontigao – Express Advocate 
Ph: 4323 5025 
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Tom Tregent – Raine & Horne Umina Beach 
Ph: 0407 454 179 
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Andrew Tregent – Raine & Horne Ettalong 
Ph: 0410 666 688 
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Wayne Dowdle – Clarke Dowdle & Associates 
Ph: 0415 437 464 
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Josh Collins – BSG Australia 
Ph: 0434 111 728 
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Darren Smith – Telstra Shop Woy Woy 
Ph: 0487 354 130 
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A Push to Beat Graffiti In Our Town Centres

The Chamber is continuing its fight against graffiti in our town centres including the proliferation of “legal graffiti” or “public art” which has started to appear on both public and private buildings across the Peninsula. The long term success of our town centres relies on lifting the standards of streetscape and building design. Graffiti undermines this process. The Chamber has recently approached Council in relation to the formulation of a Public Art Policy so that legal graffiti is controlled and managed in a way that meets community expectations. Certainly, the advent of the security camer- as in our town centres in re- cent years has greatly re- duced in the incidence of graffiti. However with the proliferation of legal graffiti art, this has done nothing to deter the ugly graffiti that has crept back into our town centre.

As quoted in Wyong Councils Public Art Policy “ the public art should enhance selected public places with high quality public art & design which interprets the history, diversity & contemporary aspirations of the community” We wait with anticipation for Gosford Council’s response.