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Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Restaurant Evening - Tuesday 12 August

The BCNA Committee invites you to our third social event for 2014. This will be held at
7.00pm, Tuesday 12 August
at
Mr Hobson Restaurant at Station Pier

The evening’s menu will consist of:

Entree
  • Shared starter of dips & antipasto
Main (Alternating)
  • Pan fried free range chicken breast with olive and pinenut pepperonata, sweet potato puree and pomme mousseline
  • 12 Hour slow cooked beef cheek with braised red cabbage, peas, pumpkin mash & roasted beetroot
  • Crispy Skin Salmon Fillet with potato croquette, caramelised baby onions, asparagus & cauliflower puree
Dessert
  • Chefs Selection of Petit Fours
Tea/Coffee

The cost is $50 per person plus a gold coin gratuity (paid in cash on entry).  Drinks are available as normal from a cash bar.

Please RSVP by Tuesday 5 August to tmnink@bigpond.net.au.  Please advise in advance if you have a vegetarian preference.

It should be another great evening of fellowship.  We look forward to catching up on 12 August. Book in yourselves, your neighbours or new arrivals to the neighbourhood.

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Bay Street 40km/h Speed Signs

Today we received the following information from Sandridge Ward Councillor, Bernadene Voss. Please be aware of the lowering of speed limits!

You may have noticed them.... You may have seen they are still covered up ... But very shortly... Shoppers, residents and visitors to the Bay Street shopping strip are safer thanks to a reduction in the speed limit. Between 8am and midnight, the speed limit will be lowered from 60 to 40 km/h between Beach and Raglan streets. VicRoads expect the electronic signs for the reduced speed limit will beswitched on by the end of July.

The City of Port Phillip has lobbied VicRoads and the State Government for several years to reduce the speed limit in Bay Street. Its successful implementation is testament to the continued pressure and persistence of Council officers and the community.

The 40 km/h speed limit in Bay Street now falls in line with other shopping strips throughout Melbourne.Lowering speed reduces the likelihood and severity of crashes, especially to those most vulnerable, and encourages more walking and cycling, which enhances the vibrancy of the shopping strip.