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Lake Cathie businesses support Port Macquarie-Hastings Council's sand scrape proposal

Liz Langdale
Updated January 13 2022 - 8:36pm, first published January 5 2022 - 4:00am
Lake Cathie impacted by the king tide (top), Feel Good Food manager Misty Kelly (bottom left), Wagga visitors Bailey McKay with Chloe Cochrane (middle), Lake Cathie resident Carol Perry with Amanda Gazzard and Nate Gazzard.
Lake Cathie impacted by the king tide (top), Feel Good Food manager Misty Kelly (bottom left), Wagga visitors Bailey McKay with Chloe Cochrane (middle), Lake Cathie resident Carol Perry with Amanda Gazzard and Nate Gazzard.

Lake Cathie businesses are supportive of a proposal by Port Macquarie-Hastings Council to regularly conduct a sand scrape and allow ocean water to meet with the lagoon.

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Liz Langdale

Liz Langdale

Senior Journalist

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