CommunityNews update page Fun And Fitness At Feral Animal KiAmA Leisure Ctr Kiama Leisure Centre offers a wide range of specialised Control Programs Yesterday, Kiama Council in coordination with classes and gym equipment to cater for people of all ages the Moss Vale Rural Lands Protection Board who want to stay in shape. The aerobics classes range from (RLPB) and Landcare Illawarra commenced the the ever-popular Spin Class to the high energy cardio 2008/2009 Northern Kiama Feral Animal Control workout of Body Attack and the newly introduced Body Program. Vive, which caters for every level of fitness and works on To date, more than 80 properties have signed up improving heart fitness, functional strength and core ready to target feral animals in the local area, with work. the first goal being to control the fox population. Now is the time to book in for the upcoming term two Foxes cause significant damage to both the Pilates session, which commences on Monday April 28. environment and the Municipality’s agricultural Pilates will put the balance back in your body. A selection production and landowners not currently involved of toning, stretching and strengthening in one movement in the program are strongly encouraged to register. helps to improve posture and develops core stability and The control program is being conducted on promotes stronger backs. properties, which are more than 2 Hectares (5 acres) in size and are north of Saddle Back Mountain, Special activitieS: east of Knights Hill and south of the Minnamurra Need some motivation or incentive to reach your health River through to the coastal townships of Kiama, goals? Kiama Downs, Kiama Heights and Minnamurra. Following the success of the last sessions, Kiama Leisure This week a number of landholders commenced a Centre is once again running the 10-Week Challenge. six-week baiting program using 1080 fox baits on Participants set themselves a goal and commit to attending their properties. Property owners are required to the gym or classes of choice at least three times a week. give all residents within 1 kilometre of their intended Challengers receive free personal advice from the gym bait sites at least 3 days notice and place signage at supervisors as well as support and nutrition counselling. If the entrance to their property. getting healthy and losing weight isn’t enough incentive, All baits are buried and kept a minimum distance there are lots of prizes on offer including a free of 500 metres from another person’s dwelling. It is membership. also important that throughout the 1080 fox-baiting period all domestic dogs are restrained and not School holiday activitieS: allowed to stray into another person’s property. Crafty Fun and Swim – 2 hours of craft and swimming activities on April 18 and 23. According to the program’s coordinator Daniel Gym Fun and Swim – 2 hours of gym fun on April 16 and Shaw from the Moss Vale RLPB it is not very often 21. that such a large area and so many landowners Intensive Learn to Swim program – April 14 – 18. come together to control foxes in such a coordinated Inflatable pool toy every Monday, Wednesday and manner. “I am certain that the entire area will Friday of the holidays benefit from the efforts of these landowners,” he • Special activities coming up at the Leisure Centre include a said. Check the Centre for full details about the school holiday busy school holiday program and the 10 Week Challenge for activities or call 4232 1877 to make a booking or register for those needing a little extra encouragement to get in shape. Residents in the Gerringong area are also invited the 10 Week Challenge. Pictured: Peter Marczan at Kiama Leisure Centre. to attend a community meeting regarding the control of feral rabbits in the urban environment. The KiAmA CuP tiCKets AvAiLAbLe meeting will be held at 2pm on Saturday May 3 at the Progress Hall at Werri Beach. a Kiama Lions Club, with support from Kiama Council are offering free tickets to the Kiama amMIT Cup. Enjoy a day at the races while helping to raise funds for local organisations including For more information about these programs i up the Kiama Surf Live Saving Club. contact Daniel Shaw on 0418 963 808 or email K AD NE CO Your free tickets can be collected from the Kiama Council Administration Building in Daniel.email@example.com. Manning Street or Priceline in Terralong Street or Cargo’s on the Warf Restaurant Kiama. DevelopmentConsents DevelopmentConsents ProposedDevelopment Pursuant to Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment 10.2007.208.1 Lot 22 DP 1101494 Application has been received by Council for consent to the Act, 1979 (as amended) notice is hereby given of the following No 51 Rowlins Road, Gerringong undermentioned development, being nominated integrated development consents granted by Council. Construction of retaining wall, driveway and development requiring approval by the NSW Department of Water 10.2007.38.1 Lots 50 and 51 DP 1098436 drainage works and nomination of indicative and Energy under the Water Management Act 2000. Plans and Coachwood Street, Kiama future building footprint specifications relating to the proposed development may be Staged development construction of 15 units inspected at Council’s Department of Environmental Services 10.2007.240.1 Lot 12 DP 1096691 and 15 Lot Torrens subdivision between 8.45am and 4.15pm Monday to Friday (public holidays 10.2008.39.1 Lot 1 DP 818463 Margaret Street, Gerringong excepted) from 19 March 2008 to 21 April 2008. No 41-43 Meehan Drive, Kiama Downs Construction of a factory building 10.2007.264.1 Lot 103 DP 561082 Written representations regarding the proposed development may be Use of existing shop as studio submitted by 21 April 2008 by any person. All submissions received 10.2008.42.1 Lot 513 DP 1066359 No 96 Rose Valley Road, Rose Valley will be made available for public inspection unless otherwise No 18 Cole Street, Kiama Dwelling and access road requested. Two lot Torrens Title subdivision of existing dual 10.2007.300.1 Lot 202 DP 1031186 occupancy No 12 Riverside Drive, Bombo All such representations will be considered when determining the 10.2008.46.1 Lot 276 DP 30547 application and will be acknowledged thereafter. Two lot Torrens Title Subdivision No 43 Kiarama Avenue, Kiama Downs 10.2007.317.1 Lot 27 DP 229951 Dwelling deSCRIptION OF deVeLOpMeNt No 32 Headland Drive, Gerroa development application No 10.2007.379.1 10.2008.54.1 Lot 200 DP 875311 Dwelling additions No 166 Fern Street, Gerringong Location: Lot 28 DP751292 and Lot 2 DP 208387 Knights Hill The development consents are available for public inspection, free of Road, Knights Hill Garden shed charge, at Council’s Administration Building, Manning Street, Kiama proposal: Mineral Water Bottling Facility 10.2008.59.1 Lot 50 DP 29245 No 4 Charles Avenue, Minnamurra during normal office hours. applicant: Ms R Kluve Awning 10.2008.76.1 Lot 174 DP 804643 No 543 Jamberoo Road, Jamberoo Farm shed The Ordinary Meetings of Council are held on the third Tuesday ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO: Mr M Forsyth, GENERAL MANAGER of each month, commencing at 5pm in the Council Chambers, Council Chambers, 11 Manning St (PO Box 75), Kiama. 2533 PHONE: 4232 0444 Internet: www.kiama.nsw.gov.au unless otherwise notified.