The old and the new are on the agenda at Shoalhaven City Council's ordinary meeting this Tuesday, January 28.
Several items council will deal with on Tuesday night were missed at the December meeting, after the ordinary meeting was cut short due to the threat of the Comberton/Forest Road fire.
A motion to revoke the Tabourie Lake Entrance Management Policy, the rezoning of Wire Lane in Berry and the renaming of a Sussex Inlet Road have all been carried over to this meeting.
Several passionate deputations were made on the Wire Lane proposal at the last ordinary meeting and councillors will finally have the opportunity to vote on it.
Cr Bob Proudfoot has put forward two bushfire-related motions, one of which involves writing to the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, urging him to classify extreme bushfire events, relentless droughts, ravaging floods and destructive weather systems as issues of national security. The other relates to reducing the fuel load on a reserve in Mollymook.
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