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Annual General Meeting
Please come to our AGM on Thursday 6th April 2017 at 6.30pm at Peel Thunder’s Platinum Room at the
Bendigo Stadium, Rushton Park, Dower Street, Mandurah.
Our speaker will be Simon Hudson, Infrastructure Manager at the City of Mandurah who will be updating us about the bridge replacement, including how residents may be affected during the final stages of construction.
Following the meeting, you are invited to eat in the restaurant at your own cost.
There will be a $20 buffet meal with a choice of hot dishes, salads, bread and condiments.
For seating and catering purposes RSVP to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st April
with the names of those attending the meeting and those wishing to stay for the meal.
1. Opening of Meeting
3. Confirmation of minutes of AGM 2016
4. Annual Report
5. Election of Committee Members
6. General Business
7. Guest Speaker - Simon Hudson
Thinking of joining the PMRA Committee?
We need new blood! The following committee members are re-nominating: Una Hird, Thelma Jessop, Dianne O’Driscoll and Linda Thorpe. The Constitution states that we need 8-10 committee members, so if you’re interested in joining, please
click here for a nomination form.
We have 9 committee meetings a year. Would you like to come to our next meeting to see if it's for you? It's on Wednesday 22nd March at 3pm at 6 Siska Ct. Our meetings aren't always on Wednesday afternoons, it just depends when everyone's free.
Email us at
email@example.com if you'd like more information.
Port Mandurah Canals Waterways Advisory Group
PMCWAG is a PMRA sub-committee of 3 members who meet with the City of Mandurah every quarter.
If you're interested in the health and maintenance of our waterways, please consider nominating to the PMRA committee.
Please click here for the (unconfirmed) minutes of the last PMCWAG meeting.
PMRA Membership Explained
All Port Mandurah ratepayers with a waterside property are automatically paid-up members of the association and PMRA receives their membership fees from the City of Mandurah which it collects from the Specified Area Rate (SAR).
All other residents wishing to be a PMRA member - e.g. those who live on a “dry” block, those who rent, or those who live in adjacent streets such as in Old Mandurah Marina - still need to pay an annual membership fee of $20.
If you would like to become a member,
please click here for a form and submit your application before 22nd March.
Jetty Licensing Proposal Reignited
Further to our update in the January newsletter, members from our waterways sub-committee have met with the other waterways associations and all, except Waterside, are keen to prepare a revised application to the
City of Mandurah.
We will keep you updated.
Thank you for your Submissions
We submitted two items for the City's Works and Services budget for the forthcoming year:
1. To upgrade the gazebos in the small park at the eastern end of the
2. To reinstate the fence at the end of the canal on the south side of Siska Ct.