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SSC Newspaper : August 2010
RESIDENTS' FEARS FOR HERITAGE LISTED HOUSE SEE PAGE 3 www.strathfeldsuperbowl.com.au Children’s Party Packages 546 Liverpool Road, South Strathfeld $18 $18 $20 Extra games only $3 per child. Parents party platters also available A minimum of 8 persons required for booking 9642 5500 Package 2 1 game of bowling Hotdog, fries and drink,invitations, party bags, party hosts and certifcate Package 3 1 game of bowling Pizza, fries and drink, invitations, party bags, party hosts and certifcate Package 1 1 game of bowling Party pie, sausage roll, nuggets, fries and drink, invitations, party bags, party hosts and certifcate $150m Town Square plan set for take o Buses and retail to go underground in radical redevelopment Strath eld school girl Enid Sung , 16, is training hard in preparation for the 30th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in September. e championships, which are being held in Moscow, a ract the world's top gymnasts. "It's a great opportunity to travel and this will be my rst time to Russia," she says. In Moscow, she will perform a number of gymnastic routines involving clubs, ribbons, hoops and balls. e talented Meriden school student is also hoping to represent Australia at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. Read the full story on page 3 ENID BOUND FOR GLORY IN MOSCOW WHY THIS PICTURE SHAMES US ALL Bugged councillors speak out SEE PAGE 9 SPRING PROPERTY SALES A five page special report begins on page 13 By Matt Khoury A er four years of study, innovative plans to make Strath eld's Town Square a major new social, retail and transport hub are expected be given the go-ahead by the end of the year. e move would see a major push by council to nd funds from federal and state governments and private enterprise to build an underground busway, increased parking and a "green" ground level roof over a pedestrian thoroughfare. e development will be completed in phases. e total cost has been estimated at more than $150 million. Talks with the State Government and neighbouring councils have already taken place. Cr Bill Carney, who was instrumental in initiating the master plan, said: " We're looking for a public-private partnership. Whether that be [with] West eld, Lend Lease, Stockwells or Macquarie, we're looking for someone who can drive the development." Council managers are expected to conclude feasibility studies by the end of this year. Sources say the initial results indicate the town square project will get the green light. Full report, page 7 www.ourstrathfield.com.au • AUGUST 2010 FREE WHER E YOUR VOICE MATTER S Getty