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After a surprise deputation to the entire CoS Investment Review Committee, and with the backing of an excellent Strategy Document by Convic and a diversification of kids sports covering Skate, Skoot, BMX and Pump/Jump/Dirt, the committee agreed unanimously to endorse the recommendations 6.3, and will sent for ratification next week.
If only one are was endorsed I would be stoked but to allocate 8 areas to sports we love to see our kids play, and areas we as parents want to play on also, this is indeed a win.
Thanks heaps for such a good day Steve, Phil, Jake and Linsdsay.
Thanks Devo for shooting while riding and getting schooled.
Cheers for doing that Sam, same margin as '99 Scarp Rd and eva as epic to watch.
Well done Rec and Leisure Services - City of Stirling.
Congrats Convic - great strategy document.
Possible dirt jumps in Dianella Regional Open Space - yes please, plus heaps of other good stuff.
Thanks kids for attending stuff page 47, my interest is pages 69 and 74
As previously mentioned the Skate and BMX Facility Strategy will be included in the Agenda for the ICD Committee Meeting on 27 August 2013 and then is anticipated to go to the Council Meeting on 3 September 2013. The Council Meeting is the decision making body for the City.
Just putting it out there, would you fly your bike to the UK for 6 months, or would you buy a middle range bike then sell after 6 months?
The City’s Skate and BMX Facility Strategy is anticipated to be presented at the City’s Infrastructure and Community Development (ICD) Committee Meeting on the 27 August 2013 (7.30pm) and the following Council Meeting on the 3 September 2013 (7pm) for endorsement. Both Meetings will be held at the City’s Administration Building in the Council Chambers.
At this point in time, we are unable to upload the Strategy and associated Council Report for public viewing until the Committee Agenda is released and the Report is confirmed.
Would be nice if these so called trail building pros ie DIRT ART actually knew what they were doing when it came to the basics of building nice trail for all to ride. FIRST- gripe is that tearing up the top layers of earth with a bob cat to create new creeks and exposing rocks is not a technique I have ever seen as being a good 1.there's nothing wrong with a rake and some common sense.
SECOND- unnesesary destruction of excessive amounts of grass trees and vegetation that holds the ground together really pissed me right off.