Rima Martens

The State Government is holding a public inquiry regarding the proposal to merge Ku-ring-gai and Hornsby Shire council as announced in late December.

Being the last chance to have your final say, the Ku-ring-gai Council and community is invited to the Pymble Golf Course on Wednesday February 3, 1pm-5pm or from 7pm-10pm. Written submissions to the delegate are also encouraged and will need to be lodged by 5pm on Sunday February 28. These submissions, along with the reports from the community consultation will form a response for the Boundaries Commission and State Government to consider in their final decision.

Mayor Cheryl Szatow said it was essential that as many Ku-ring-gai and Hornsby residents as possible attend the inquiry and have their say.

“This is one of two final opportunities for the public to make their views known on the proposed merger between Ku-ring-gai and Hornsby Councils.”