Kendall Reserve boat ramp: Residents raising concerns that include its steep slope, difficulty in manoeuvring cars with trailers, and limited parking.MidCoast Council, in partnership with Roads and Maritime Services, is calling on local residentsto provide feedback on options for upgrading the Kendall Reserve boat ramp in Cundletown.
With the Manning River on our doorstep boating is one of our favourite pastimes, and Kendall Reserve in Cundletown an ideal location for launch.
A need to upgrade its current boat ramp and facilities has been identified, with local residentsraising concerns that include its steep slope, difficulty in manoeuvring cars with trailers, and limited parking.
To address the areas highlighted, Royal Haskoning DHV has been commissioned to prepare two concept plans for upgrading the facility, which are now on public exhibition.
“The first concept is based on retaining and upgrading the existing ramp and surrounding facilities, while the second includes the construction of a new two-lane boat ramp at the north-west end of the reserve,” Dan Aldridge, MidCoast Council’s manager for community spaces, recreation and trades said.
“Both the plans have merit, and we’re now looking to the community to provide input on which option will best serve their current and future needs.”
A drop-in session will be held at Kendall Reserve from3pm to 6pmonThursday, December 15, providing an opportunity for locals to find out more about each option by speakingwith staff from RMS, MidCoast Council, and the RHDHV design team.
For those who aren’t able to make the drop in session, the draft concept plans can be found on the ‘have your say’ section of MidCoast Council’s website at梧桐夜网midcoast.nsw.gov419论坛/kendall-reserve
Community members are invited to make a submission before5pmonFriday,December 23.
This investigation has been funded through the NSW Boating Now program, which aims to ensure our waterways remain safe and accessible.
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