NSW Planning Minister Frank Sartor’s plan to take away Ku-ring-gai Council’s planning power for large developments is a blatant and undemocratic grab for power according to Jonathan O’Dea the Liberal Member for Davidson in his speech in NSW Parliament today.
The Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority (SMCMA) is offering eligible individuals, schools and community groups grants to fund short term educational projects that provide for community participation in natural resource management or cultural awareness activities.
Jonathan O'Dea MP, Liberal for Davidson, is hosting a local forum for senior residents at the St Ives Community Hall on Friday 28 September from 10am to 11.30am. It will cover issues relevant to licensing of older drivers as well as NSW ageing strategy and service delivery.
Community outrage at approval of a new gun shop at Roseville is a clear sign the Iemma Labor Government needs to regulate where gun shops are allowed to open within suburban areas, Shadow Minister for Planning Brad Hazzard and Liberal Member for Davidson Jonathan O’Dea said today.