The Terrigal ‘stink is fixed’

The newly upgraded public toilets at Terrigal Surf Club were officially opened on September 27 by Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch and Central Coast Mayor, Lisa Matthews.
Crouch said the opening of the public toilets coincides with the beginning of the 2019/20 beach season.
“Red and yellow flags are being raised on our beaches this weekend, and the Terrigal Beach toilets are newly upgraded and open just in time for summer,” Crouch said.
“I want to thank the hundreds of locals who signed my petition to ‘fix the stink’.
“I’m delighted our government has already delivered on this election commitment,” he added.
In March, the NSW Government provided $240,000 for Central Coast Council to undertake a renovation and refurbishment of the facilities.
Mayor Matthews said the renovated amenities will benefit the wider community.
“Council is grateful to the NSW Government for providing the funding to undergo these important works.
“I look forward to continuing to work with the State Government to deliver much needed facilities and services right across the Coast,” Mayor Matthews said.
Work included new partitions, new hand-wash basins, new toilet pans, new tiling, epoxy coat flooring, fresh painting, energy saving lighting, mechanical ventilation and improvements to the disability-accessible/parents room.

Media release, Sep 27
Ben Sheath, Office of Adam Crouch MP

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