Issues raised with Local Member

The Bays Community Group at one of their well known bus shelters. Image: Bays Facebook PageThe Bays Community Group at one of their well known bus shelters. Image: Bays Facebook Page

The Rawson Rd crossing, Woy Woy Rd becoming a State Road, and a smaller bus service for the Bays are among the issues that the Bays Community Group has raised with Member for Gosford Ms Liesl Tesch.
“We recently met with our local state member, Ms Liesl Tesch, to discuss assistance with issues raised by residents via our recent survey,” said committee president Ms Cathy Gleeson.
The group also raised the possibility of a foreshore access between the Bays.
“I have since written to Ms Tesch following up on this and am waiting on her response so we can continue working towards some positive outcomes,” she said.
Ms Gleeson said she had also written to Central Coast Council on other Bays matters raised by residents including the replacement of a missing safety guard rail on Woy Woy Bay Rd, repairs to Woy Woy Bay public jetty and a possible upgrade of the play equipment in Gurdon Reserve at Woy Woy Bay.
“I am waiting on their response,” she said.
The committee also met with Council officers onsite to discuss the clearing of unwanted weeds within the bushland reserve at the bottom of Raymond Rd, Phegans Bay, and the poor condition of the walking track in Roma Place, Horsfield Bay.
“Council will respond to us shortly on what action we can take within these areas,” she said.
“We are also looking to organise a Day on the Village Green in Phegan’s Bay early next year at the end of February or early March.
“We will require quite a few volunteers to help with the various activities planned and will advertise via the Bays Bulletin and our new website shortly,” she said.

Newsletter, 19 Oct 2017
Cathy Gleeson, The Bays Community Group Inc