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PROPOSED ROAD CLOSING - Patrick Street, Hurstville between Queens Road and MacMahon Street

27 Apr 2016


Under Section 35 of the Roads Act 1993, notice is given that the Minister for Lands and Water will consider the closing of a road in connection with a road closing application proposed by Council.

Council (acting on behalf of the Minister) will receive submissions regarding the proposal. All submissions received will be referred to the Minister’s delegate for a decision regarding the proposed road closing.

The road under consideration comprises Council public road known as part of Patrick Street, Hurstville between Queens Road and MacMahon Street. Upon closure of the road Council intends to classify the land “Operational” as it is will be retained for future Council operational requirements.

All interested persons are invited to make submissions concerning the proposal to the General Manager, Hurstville City Council, PO Box 205 Hurstville BC NSW 1481, within twenty-eight (28) days of the date of this advertisement.

Regarding the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act, information contained in such submissions may, at the discretion of Hurstville City Council and NSW Department of Primary Industries – Lands, be referred to the person(s) who initiated the proposal for appropriate consideration.

For more information, contact Council’s Property Portfolio Manager Bernard Morabito on 9330 6153.

Council Ref: 13/1588


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Hurstville Council encourages the community to provide input on local proposals and projects. The community can submit feedback on draft documents which Council has placed on formal public exhibition or public consultation during the exhibition period. Any submissions Council receives, including personal information, becomes publicly available and may also be included in Council’s business paper.

If you do not wish your submission to become publicly available you can provide Council with your reason, in writing. Alternatively, you may wish to provide an anonymous submission. Please note that anonymous submissions may be given less, or no weight during overall consideration of the proposal.

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