Survey to focus on value of the coast
THE City of Wanneroo will hold catch-up sessions over coffee on its coastal hazard risk management adaptation plan this week.
The plan relating to the Quinns Rocks-Mindarie foreshore is out for public consultation until September 8, with catchup sessions planned at Portofino’s Café today and on Saturday.
The City released a community survey earlier this month to find out why locals value the coastline in front of Lot 211 Quinns Road.
Results will help with decisions on coastal haz- The City of Wanneroo is conducting a survey on why people value the Quinns-Mindarie coast.
ard risk management and any future developments in the area.
Lot 211 incorporates Portofino’s, the Quinns Mindarie Community Centre and surf lifesaving club, plus the old Quinns Rocks caravan park site.
The August 17 catchup
will run from 4 to 6pm and the August 19 session will be from 10am to noon. Bookings essential.
To attend either, call David Cox on 9405 5478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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