Sur­vey to fo­cus on value of the coast

Wanneroo Weekender - - News -

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 david.cox@wan­ .

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