• City of Botany Bay
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  • City of Botany Bay
  • City of Botany Bay
  • City of Botany Bay

Message from Mayor Ben Keneally

Anzac Dawn Service in Booralee Park

This Friday is Anzac Day, a national day of remembrance and reflection. It is an opportunity to celebrate the resilience and strength of the Australian character, to cherish our community and our way of life. Our City is honoured to support our two local RSL Sub Branches, Botany and Mascot, prepare and hold the Dawn Service to honour and remember all servicemen and women that have fought in wars, conflict and peacekeeping operations. The Dawn Service is at 6am at the Booralee Park Cenotaph. I look forward to joining our RSL Sub Branches, together with our community, for this solemn occasion.

E-Waste and Mattress Drop-off Day

Accepted:         All electronic items

All battery operated items

Metals

Mattresses

Not Accepted:  BBQs, smoke detectors,

fluorescent lights, broken Cathode

ray tubes from TV’s and monitors,

X-Ray Machines, hazardous waste.

Date:                Monday 5th May 2014

Time:                7am – 11am

Location:          Botany Waste Depot

Cnr Pemberton St & Clevedon St

Botany

Botany and the Bay Exhibition

‘Botany & the Bay’ explores the Botany district’s changing relationship with its famous namesake. It looks at the fond memories many locals have of swimming, fishing and sailing on the Bay. It also considers the negative impacts of this body of water. In the 1930s for example, the serious erosion of our coast left some residents in fear their homes would be washed away.  The exhibition brings together a wide collection of photographs and objects sourced from Council’s archives and local residents. 'Botany & the Bay' runs from September 9th 2013 – May 16th 2014 at George Hanna Museum, located within the Mascot Library, 2 Hatfield Street, Mascot.

Full Sized Basketball Court at Booralee Park

 

Fantastic News!  The full sized basketball court at Booralee Park is now complete and open in time for the school holidays.  Enjoy the great new facilities provided by the City of Botany Bay.

City of Botany Bay Development Control Plan 2013

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Amendments are now on exhibition for public comment.

The Botany Bay Development Control Plan 2013 (Draft Amendment No. 1) with any relevant documentation, can be viewed at Council’s Administration Centre, Ground Floor, 141 Coward Street Mascot, from 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday commencing on Tuesday 25 March 2014 and concluding at 4.30pm on Friday 9 May 2014.

April Vacation Care Program

Botany Bay Council will be operating the April Vacation Care Program from Monday 14th to Monday 28th April 2014 (total of 8 days inclusive of Pupil’s Free Day) for school aged children. The venue for this program is Botany Public School (Outside School Hours Room). Botany Vacation Care operates from 7am to 6pm each day and will provide a variety of activities for the children to participate during the day.

For more information click here.

ANZAC Day 2014

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Anzac Day is a day of national remembrance and reflection.  It is an opportunity to celebrate the resilience and strength of the Australian character, to cherish our community and our way of life.

In the true Anzac spirit we unite to pay tribute to and remember all servicemen and women that have fought in wars, conflict and peacekeeping operations.  Therefore I urge everyone, young and old, to stand with them on April 25 to commemorate their bravery and sacrifices.

We must never forget what they did and what it meant for our nation.

Mayor Ben Keneally