August 2017

 

Hello Readers,August 2017 Yank News
Dog owners took a bite at Yankalilla Council at the beginning of July when the dog registrations arrived in the post. The backlash - mainly on social media - resulted in a hasty backflip on fees at the July meeting. There is still an increase but a very much reduced increase. It is good to see Council listening to it’s ratepayers and making adjustments accordingly. There were a number of letters on this subject but as it has been resolved, the space was better used for other items.
The next debate is already on the horizon with the Council development plan coming under fire for going against the Districts 2030 plan. Letters on page 30 will give some more details about this which will be of particular interest to Yankalilla and Normanville residents.
No more news regarding the shacks at Little Gorge so it has probably been thrown on the back burner for now.
What else is happening? The Tom Quilty Cup was successfully held at Wirrina in July. See page 25 for details.
What else? Oh… lots of stuff! Arts, entertainment, health, sport, food, clubs, churches, groups… we have it all - more or less! So carry on and turn the page...
Until next issue...
Cheers,
Paul Jelfs
Editor

 

July 2017

 

Hello Readers,July 2017 Yank News
So far, apart from being a bit cold, winter hasn’t really happened so maybe it will happen this month, or has climate change gone further than we thought.
In a last minute email before going to press, Second Valley Caravan Park has just received a "Certificate of Excellence for 2017" from Trip Advisor. They thank all their loyal guests and customers for taking the time to review them on the Trip Advisor website. Congratulations Gregory and Jo.
The Fleurieu Coast Winter Deals booklet is also available now, so look out for it and grab some discounts for a wide range of products and services from food to accommodation deals.
There is a bit of conversation around the shacks south of the Hobart memorial. There was to be more discussion at Council on 20th June but there was no more details at the time of going to press.
There is a page of ‘Letters’ to give you some background until more happens - see page 15.
What else this month…
Heritage Fleurieu Coast is gearing up for the inaugural 2018 festival, Club Fleurieu announce Gold Class Movie Sessions, entertainment for school holidays from Books & Words Group among others, Natural Resource Centre news, order native seedling from Trees For Life, another Historical Society talk at the Library, cute furry animals and a bunch of other stuff await you among the 36 pages of the July issue.
Until next issue...
Cheers,
Paul Jelfs
Editor