Peter Economos Pindimar Bundabah Community Association update for area Pindimar-Bundabah by News Of The Area - Modern Media - February 4, 2020 Peter Economos Pindimar Bundabah Community Association (PBCA) With the holiday period now over we can now inform and comment on the December/ January events. Modern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more efficient way to advertise. Reach a HUGE audience for a LOW price TODAY! Call us on 02 4983 2134. Or email@example.com Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Santa’s visit to Carols by the Water at South Pindimar Reserve was attended by over a hundred locals and visitors who thoroughly enjoyed/ appreciated Santa’s visit and the local band’s entertainment while dancing on the sand. Prize winners of the annual Community raffle were, 1st Ticket F Blue 66 Greg Hutcheson- Pindimar, chose the hamper, 2nd Ticket L Green 28 Diamond Holli Blackhouse- Tea Gardens, bottle wine, 3rd Ticket D Orange 64 Steve Scott- Kings Langley, Painting, all were extremely happy with their prizes. Local swap library house in the refrigerator at South Pindimar Reserve has been well used and appreciated by local residents and visitors. PBCA have organised for the dead vegetation under power lines, poisoned by essential Energy Contractors, to be mulched and or removed this month thus reducing that current fire hazard. Local Brigade has been very busy attending to callouts, the members are Volunteers and become extremely disappointed when called out to incidents where land owners illegally light up fires during the fire restricted period or leave their property without fully extinguishing the barbie fire, Reminder, these are both chargeable offences. Despite the call for local road users to exercise more care the level of accident incidents increased over the past two months with drivers of five vehicles losing control, unacceptable increase in road kill and one give way sign knocked over. PBCA repeats drivers take care. The best way to reduce antisocial behaviour, such as vandalising signs, speeding, use of unregistered motor cycles or vehicles on roads and beaches, allowing unrestrained dogs run wild and be a nuisance, stealing from crab pots, is to take photos and immediately call the Police and or the MicCoast Council Ranger.