NorthConnex: Unwanted Pollution

NorthConnex Flyer Page 1

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Although NorthConnex may reduce pollution along Pennant Hills Rd, the total amount of pollution emitted by vehicles is not reduced. Ventilating the tunnels just shifts the pollution to new locations and relies on atmospheric dispersion to protect the local community from hazardous levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particulate matter less than 10 microns (PM10) or 2.5 microns (PM2.5).

People say "No" to Rural Rezoning

25 August 2014
The community meeting at the Galston Community Centre on Sunday filled the hall and the overflow crowd gathered outside to hear speakers opposed to the developer-driven plan to rezone rural land in Galston and South Dural. 
Those gathered heard Michael Bell, OAM, Former Hornsby Councillor who chaired  Hornsby Council's Rural Lands Study, David Shoebridge, Greens NSW MP and spokesperson for Planning, and Dennis Merchant OAM, Chairman Sydney Agricultural, Rural and Public Lands Trust.

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens Host State Conference at Hornsby TAFE

16 & 17 August 2014Fine Dining

The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Greens, a local group of The Greens NSW were host to more than 140 delegates, from all over NSW, to the State Delegates Council (SDC). The Greens NSW currently has 56 local groups around NSW and delegates from these local groups attend the SDC usualy five or six times each year. The wet weather conveniently broke for the lunch break on both the Saturday and Sunday while Hornsby Ku-ring-gai put on hearty and healthy meals for all delegates.

CrunchTime for Hornsby West Side

Crunch Time
Hornsby Council wants to turn the Old Side of Hornsby into another Chatswood and probably much worse. This goes to council Tonight Wednesday 11 June 6:30pm. They propose nearly 20 buildings including one 25/26 stories, three 20 stories, three 15 stories, four 12 stories, one 8 stories and many others. Please help us preserve the character of Hornsby. Please sign the petition and come to council tonight.
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Decision Looms for Hornsby West Side

Cold tunnel of tall buildingsUrgent: Council Meeting - 11th June

Time to Choose for Hornsby West Side:

Do we really want a cold tunnel of tall buildings?

Choose community-centred prosperity!

• Community and townscape values

• Energy and water sustainability

• Community centred innovations

• Transport and social needs

Tell the Councillors what you want for Hornsby before 11th June

Read our submission on the West Side Planning Proposal here



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