NEWS 4 September 10, 2020 SOUNDINGS UPDATE Have Your S y The plan for Coogee Beach foreshore The Coogee Beach foreshore is vulnerable to coastal erosion hazards. In the long term, it is predicted that the shoreline will change. The City has developed a draft management plan detailing how it will manage the area in response to potential coastal hazards, now and in the future. We want to hear your thoughts and feedback on the plan. Visit comment.cockburn. wa.gov.au/Coastal-Management-Coogee by 4pm, Tuesday 29 September 2020. Need funding for your project? Applications for grants, donations and sponsorship are NOW OPEN. Through the Cockburn Community Fund, the City of Cockburn supports local groups, residents and organisations with activities or services that benefit the community. Funding opportunities are available in the following categories: Women's Health Practitioners • Community Grants • Youth Ar t Scholarships • Environmental Education • Donations for Schools Grant • Sponsorship (group, individual) • Small Events Sponsorship at Bibra Lake Medical Centre • Cultural Grants (open all year round). cockburn.wa.gov.au/grants Visit to download guidelines and access application forms. Applications can be made at Dr D’Couto, Dr Ola & Nurse Kathy cockburn.smartygrants.com.au applications close 4pm, Friday 25 September 2020. Unless stated otherwise, TAKING NEW PATIENTS Call us on 9417 2600 to book an appointment. 08 9411 3444 T firstname.lastname@example.org cockburn.wa.gov.au E Cnr Annois & Parkway Roads, Bibra Lake COC PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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