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PRIORITIES SOUGHT FOR CORRIDOR’S FUTURE

Users of the main link between the Tablelands and the Coast are being urged to have a say on shaping a better Waterfall Way. The State Government has released a draft strategy for the crucial transport corridor. It proposes both short and long-term actions to improve its utility, traffic efficiency and safety. Recommendations include more overtaking lanes, the introduction of safety barriers and improved drainage. The draft strategy can be viewed on the RMS website.

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NEW GENERAL MANAGER IS AN OLD HAND

A familiar face and experienced hand has been selected to be the next General Manager of Clarence Valley Council. It was announced this afternoon that Ashley Lindsay, who has been acting in the role since the resignation of the former G-M in March, will now assume the position permanently. Mr Lindsay was originally employed with the then Maclean Shire Council and has held senior positions with the Clarence Valley Council since amalgamation.

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CYCLE CHALLENGE DESPERATELY NEEDS RIDERS

The call has gone out to all cycling professionals and enthusiasts to slip on their lycra for one of Coffs Harbour’s healthiest community events – the Cycle Challenge. The challenge is on Sunday August 6, and will involve rides for cyclists with all abilities. Starting from Geoff King Oval and heading south to halfway between Urunga and Valla, there will be a 10 kilometre family ride, plus runs of 20, 40, 60 and 100 kilometres for more experienced riders. In a new initiative this year, cyclists under 18 will ride for free.

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CO-OP HOOKS HIGH PROFILE AWARD FOR THIRD YEAR RUNNING

Coffs Harbour’s commercial fishers have hooked yet another major industry accolade. For the third year running the local Fisherman’s Co-op has been named the best supplier at the Sydney Fish Market’s seafood excellence awards. The co-op is now the second biggest supplier to the market. It was also runner-up to the Newcastle Co-op in the category for Best Seafood. Meanwhile the two co-ops will set aside their rivalry later this year when they collaborate on a trade trip to China.

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