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BUSINESS BRIEFS

Matthew Wales re-elected Chamber President

Matthew Wales The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce has confirmed the re-election of long serving President Matthew Wales to head the organisation for another 12 months. “I am very proud to once again lead this organisation for the next 12 months. This is a very critical period for our local business community with a number of important matters that need to be addressed particularly leading up to the NSW State Election next March”, said Mr Wales. “The Chamber will continue to focus on finding a long term solution to the dredging of the Ettalong Channel which has vital business implications should the Palm Beach Ferry discontinue its services.” “We will also be taking a lead role with submissions to the soon to be released Consolidated LEP process which looks to

introduce Council wide standard planning controls and how these effect our town centres”. “The Chamber will also continue to push for State and Federal funding for our local roads including the $35M promised at the last State Election”, he said. “I am also pleased that last year’s Chamber Executive have also been reelected. We have a very dedicated group of business people who are very passionate about their community and I look forward to working with them again this coming year”. Peninsula Chamber of Commerce Executive and Directors for 2018-19 Matthew Wales – Wales & Associates (President) Sue Fowler (Vice President) Katie Smith - Katie Smith Solicitors (Secretary) Alan Gleeson (Treasurer) Tom Tregent – Raine & Horne Umina (Director) Larry Altavilla – Ettalong Markets (Director) Josh Collins (Director) Wayne Dowdle – Clarke Dowdle Surveyors (Director) Erica Mitchell – Southern Cross Austereo (Director) Maddie Stephenson – Stephensons Real Estate (Director) Bill Jackson – Ettalong Diggers (Director) Andrew Tregent – Raine & Horne Ettalong (Director)

Rhonda’s Terrigal now modern Italian

Richard Wagemaker (front left) Ty Van Emden and Scott Bayley After three years as one of the Central Coast’s best known premier bar and dining venues, Rhonda’s Bar & Restaurant in Terrigal has relaunched with a fresh new look and menu following a speedy renovation. Now with a slight name change to Rhonda’s co-founders Ty Van Emden and Scott Bayley and operational partner and head chef, Richard Wagemaker have introduced a premium Italian dining experience with wood fired pizza, pasta and cocktails and an open roof seating space. Commenting on the changes Mr Van Emden said, “Our success at Rhonda’s over the last three years has been incredible, but as owners, we have developed and we want the venue to develop with us. We observed that a venue like the new and improved Rhonda’s was missing from the Central Coast region and we wanted to fill this void. “We previously operated into the late night, later than every other venue in the CONTINUED ON PAGE 21

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