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    T.Harb – Details added to JRA business directory

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    Media Article – Jerrabomberra community ‘bypassed’ in Traffic Study

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    All members on email – June minutes & key diary dates

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    All members not on email – New photocopying charges

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    Bishop Robinson – Meeting invitation

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    All members on email – This week’s meetings and C4C ebrief

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    A.Costin, Paragon Printers – Newsletter delivery information

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    L.Lyon – Classes in Queanbeyan

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    S.Scott, MREMS & A.Dalgleish, Woolies – Jerra Village shops parking

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    C.Whitelum, CIC – Framed photos of Jerra.

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    Battye Family – Jerrabomberra Preschool Action group

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    C.McIntosh – Meeting reminder

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    S.McDonald – Meeting reminder; Story and column

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    P.Haddon – Jerra Village shops parking

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    K.Ineson VBC – CFM; Workshop on community land; JRA media release

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    Forbes – Letter from the JRA

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    J.Becker & G.Chapman – Jerrabomberra street names

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    B.Black – Mobile phone tower

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    S.Ryder – Woolworths

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    N.McCann – Map

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    J.Bowles & C.Adamson – Bypass

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    M.Sawa – PAMP submission

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      JERRABOMBERRA PRESCHOOL UPDATE

Margot welcomed David Smith and Kay McGilvray to the meeting where they gave us an update on where things are at with a preschool for Jerrabomberra.

Originally, it was proposed to erect a portable building at the rear of the community centre for a preschool however, at the time, DOCS had no money for preschools. The Federal Government has since released a large package that has the potential to cater to both long term day-care and preschools, and an application has been lodged to secure funding through the State and Federal Governments.

Since then, DOCS have released a preschool report plan that is currently at Phase 3 where they are going to roll out the preschool places. That project has been taken over by the Community Childcare Co-op (CCC) and they are gathering information. The main problem with that is that they only have $1.5m in capital funding and capital funding is required to establish a preschool here as the existing preschools in

Queanbeyan are at capacity. preschools that have spaces.

Currently CCC is only looking at propping up

The cheapest option would have been to build a preschool on the other side of the playground attached to the community centre but Queanbeyan Council have stated that a preschool cannot be built in the vicinity of the community centre. There is currently no other land available for a preschool.

Margot suggested that they write to Mike Kelly and also set up a meeting with him as he could help point them in the right direction as to who to approach in the State Government. Margot also invited them to attend our next JRA meeting where the Mayor, Tim Overall, will be our guest speaker.

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