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SLOPES 2019 AGM Notice – 18th November 2019
The Annual General Meeting of The Ski Lodges organisation of Perisher, Smiggins and Guthega Incorporated will be held in the Auditorium of the Chatswood RSL Club, 446 Victoria Ave, Chatswood
Commencing 7.30pm on Monday 18th November 2019.
IMPORTANT REMINDER – Lease Clause 7.9 Certifications
The obligation to provide certifications (electrical, gas and pest) under clause 7.9 of each Club lease has been well flagged over the past year.
The original due date under the lease was 30 June 2019.
In June NPWS extended that date to 30 November 2019, which remains the due date.
As of yesterday (31 October 2019) NPWS advised SLOPES that only 46% of Clubs had complied so far.
Snowies Iconic Walk 2019 – Walking Tracks Strategy NPWS
A short guide to NPWS’ Walking Tracks Strategy and the Snowies Iconic Walk 2019
Summary of Project
Observations and Notes
Extracts from the Biosis (2019)
Map of Summit Precinct (NPWS 1/2019, Fig 1)
Map of Thredbo Perisher Area (NPWS 9/2019)
SLOPES AGM 2019 – Preliminary Notice – 18 November 2019
SLOPES AGM – Chatswood RSL Club, 446 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
November 18th 2019 – 7.30pm
Alpine Weeding Program – Volunteers and Accommodation Needed !
Since 2013 this program has been taking volunteers up to survey and control weeds in the alpine areas of Kosciusko National Park. The program initially focussed on surveying the walking tracks and service roads that provide the most common routes for dispersal of weeds in the alpine areas. The program will be continuing for the 2019-20 season taking a couple of teams of volunteers up every month looking to continue the weed control and surveying works. This is a continuation of the Alpine Weed detection program that NPWS have been in partnership with Greening Australia (GA) since 2013.
This program requires Volunteers and Accommodation.
Alpine Property in Hot Demand – despite Climate Change worries !
Alpine real estate is getting more expensive at Australian ski resorts, despite concerns that climate change will diminish natural snowfalls.