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Renewing Your Membership for 2016

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Last Updated on 21/12/2015 22:35 Written by Administrator

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Dear member, owner, renter, friends of Black Point.

It is now the time of year when 2016 membership with Black Point Progress Association falls due.

As you are aware, since our Annual General Meeting in 2012, the annual membership period is 1 January to 31 December.  (each calendar year).

In order to ensure that you benefit from membership in our Association- most especially by being kept up to date with valuable information about issues, developments and progress in Black Point, I urge all existing Ordinary and Associate members to update their details and pay the membership fees prior to the end of Jan 2016.

The Association committee is extremely grateful for all members’ contribution and support and we continue to welcome and encourage new members.

Login and renew your membership for 2016. It's easy, read on for details...

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Download Black Point A3 Poster (NEW)

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Last Updated on 23/09/2015 08:15 Written by Administrator

Black Point A3 Poster

 

2015 AGM

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Last Updated on 30/03/2015 23:37 Written by Administrator

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

To be held in the Pine Point Hall, Pine Point on

Saturday the 4th of April 2015 at 10.00 am.

Rex Minerals, Hillside Mine Presentation 9am.

Welcome
Apologies
Previous Minutes
Chairman’s report
Treasurer’s report
Audit approval
Appointment of committee
Subscriptions
Other business

 

Proceeding the AGM, Rex Minerals Managing Director, Mr. Steve Olsen will address the members regarding the proposed Hilltop Mine at Pine Point.

Please note: Arrive punctually to ensure short and sharp but informative meeting.

Ream more for the Agenda

   

Walk the Yorke Leisure Trail - Progress Update March 2015

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Last Updated on 25/03/2015 21:10 Written by Administrator

Good morning all.

 

As you are aware, the Walk the Yorke project is in various stages of construction and infrastructure installation. Please find below information regarding the project’s progress.

 

Infrastructure installation (including trail markers, bollards and bench seats) is progressing well and is now 64% completed. Of the 19 shelters to be constructed, 14 have cement flooring and 7 have their roof structures completed; associated rainwater tanks and picnic settings are yet to be installed. Compacted gravel trail construction is 94% completed and fencing and stile (off-road vehicle prevention gate) installation is 30% completed.

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Threats to YP agriculture from invasive exploration and mining

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Last Updated on 25/03/2015 21:05 Written by Administrator

 

in an Information/Discussion Session on exploration &
mining in the region and what can be done to intervene.
Thursday, 26th March 2015
Elden Oster’s Place
Clinton Road (off the Ardrossan - Arthurton Rd)
6pm - 9 pm - starting with a sausage sizzle
Issues for discussion
 Update on exploration/mining companies operating on YP
 Farmers’ rights under Mining Act 1971
 Experiences of farmers impacted by exploration/mining
 Future threats
 What can be done to protect YP farmland
Please come along if you can, to lend your support and ideas to help
protect Yorke Peninsula’s farmland from invasive mining.
Organised by a group of concerned farmers. For more information, contact:
Graham Mattschoss 0418 859617: Peter Klopp: 0418 814023: Elden Oster 0408 067950

Download the flyer here

Topic: Threats to YP agriculture from invasive exploration and mining

Open invitation to all YP farmers to attend and participate

in an Information/Discussion Session on exploration &

mining in the region and what can be done to intervene.

Thursday, 26th March 2015

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