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197410 [2014/10/02 08:57]
helen [N.S.W. Federation of Bushwalking Clubs]
197410 [2014/11/15 05:57] (current)
helen
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 A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers, 4 Atchison Street, St. Leonards. A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers, 4 Atchison Street, St. Leonards.
 POSTAL ADDRESS: Box 4476, G.P.O., Sydney, N.S.W. 2001.  POSTAL ADDRESS: Box 4476, G.P.O., Sydney, N.S.W. 2001. 
-Meetings at the Club Rooms on Wednesday evenings after 7.30 pm.  + 
 +Meetings at the Club Rooms on Wednesday evenings after 7.30 pm.  
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 Enquiries regarding the Club - Mrs. Marcia Shappert, Tel. 30-2028. Enquiries regarding the Club - Mrs. Marcia Shappert, Tel. 30-2028.
  
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 |Duplication|Frank Tadker| |Duplication|Frank Tadker|
 |Business Manager| Bill Burke| |Business Manager| Bill Burke|
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 +Box 4476 G.P.O. Sydney, 2001. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening from 7.30 pm at the Cahill Community Centre (Upper Hall), 34 Falcon Street, Crow's Nest.
  
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 4. The recommendation of (3) above is subject to the following conditions: 4. The recommendation of (3) above is subject to the following conditions:
  
-  *   (a) That in the allocation of funds and manpower to the development of visitor amenities, there shall be no reduction in the priority afforded to acquisition of lands. ​    +(a) That in the allocation of funds and manpower to the development of visitor amenities, there shall be no reduction in the priority afforded to acquisition of lands. ​  
-  ​*   (b) That in no case shall visitor amenities significantly impair the natural values of the place.+  ​ 
 +(b) That in no case shall visitor amenities significantly impair the natural values of the place.
  
 5. That if in the administration and protection of natural areas the responsible authority finds it necessary to require permits for access to such areas, then permits should be granted according to the following 5. That if in the administration and protection of natural areas the responsible authority finds it necessary to require permits for access to such areas, then permits should be granted according to the following
 principles:​- principles:​-
  
-  * (a) Permits may be conditional on the applicant providing evidence of fitness, suitable equipment, ability and adherence to regulations.  +(a)  Permits may be conditional on the applicant providing evidence of fitness, suitable equipment, ability and adherence to regulations.  
-  ​* ​(b) Membership of a club affiliated to the Federation shall be regarded as sufficient evidence to satisfy 5(a) above.  + 
-  ​* ​(c) That any fee payable shall be based upon a realistic appraisal of the cost of services provided. ​  +(b) Membership of a club affiliated to the Federation shall be regarded as sufficient evidence to satisfy 5(a) above.  
-  ​* ​(d) The necessity for permits should be restricted to trip leaders.  + 
-  ​* ​(e) Permits should, wherever possible, be available on a perpetual or failing that, an annual basis for broad areas, rather than for a certain time and place.  +%%(c)%% That any fee payable shall be based upon a realistic appraisal of the cost of services provided. ​  
-  ​* ​(f) Revocation of permits, in the event of the holder being caught in breach of regulations,​ shall be subject to appeal.  + 
-  ​* ​(g) Subject only to 5(a) above and the prevention of overuse, permits shall be allocated by impartial means to any citizen.  +(d) The necessity for permits should be restricted to trip leaders.  
-  ​* ​(h) Wherever permits are required on a particular time and place basis, then club officials should be empowered to gather and present applications,​ preferably-by telephone or mail, in lieu of individual applications.  ​+ 
 +(e) Permits should, wherever possible, be available on a perpetual or failing that, an annual basis for broad areas, rather than for a certain time and place.  
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 +(f) Revocation of permits, in the event of the holder being caught in breach of regulations,​ shall be subject to appeal.  
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 +(g) Subject only to 5(a) above and the prevention of overuse, permits shall be allocated by impartial means to any citizen.  
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 +(h) Wherever permits are required on a particular time and place basis, then club officials should be empowered to gather and present applications,​ preferably-by telephone or mail, in lieu of individual applications.  ​
  
 6. Following any reprimand or revocation of permits, the Federation may represent or provide counsel for a financial club member to present an appeal. 6. Following any reprimand or revocation of permits, the Federation may represent or provide counsel for a financial club member to present an appeal.
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