Saturday, 19 July 2014

Project Blueprint: making the Clarence coastline a safer place

Every accessible beach and rock platform in the Clarence Valley is to be assessed as part of a statewide program aimed at preventing drownings.

The assessments will be done as part of Project Blueprint, a Clarence Valley Council-supported coastal risk project being run by Australian CoastSafe.

As part of the assessment process, public forums will be conducted at:
* Treelands Drive Community Centre, Yamba, from 10.30am-noon on Sunday July 27, and 
* Grafton Community and Function Centre, Duke Street, Grafton, from 6.30-8pm on Thursday, July 31.

Email Luke Stigter of your attendance at

Those interested can send written submissions to Coastal Risk Officer, Luke Stigter, SLSNSW, PO Box 307, Belrose, NSW, 2085. 

[From CVC eNews: Speak up and help prevent drownings]

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