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By Ray White Whitsunday
Update re carparking and access – Hutchinson’s Builders will be fencing off the construction area over the next week and starting civil works next month. This will mean some changes to access to the top oval and Netball Courts.
The attached plan sets things out with the following modifications drawn up in purple:
> The two circled sections of fence won’t go up until after Xmas. When they do go up next year, the panels crossing the carpark and cutting the main carpark off from the section behind the fire brigade will be swung in each afternoon so that both sides of the carpark are opened up for access and the worksite is secured for the night.
> Access to the top oval and netball courts will be via the Southern end of the top canteen going forward. We were considering access at the Northern end but the edge of the road and civil works is too close to the building to make this safe.
> The fencing affecting the purple netball courts will be kept back to allow them to be used through until the end of the netball season in late November. The asphalt netball court beside the green shed will be out of action going forward.
In summary not too much disruption as we finish off the sporting year. A big thanks in advance to the Netball players for the longer walk to their courts.
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