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Your New Committee
Our AGM was held on 21st January and was attended by 50 members. Following the business part of the meeting we enjoyed a video presentation about a new app called Coastal Walkabout, an open access citizen science initiative which utilises smart phone technology and social media to engage and motivate local communities to gather scientific observations within coastal and estuarine environments. We believe that this app could be used by registered PMRA members to recording local dolphin sightings for Murdoch University, and we welcome your comments and suggestions about this.
Your committee for 2014 is:
Kerrie Andrews, Gary Brown, Crawford Flaherty, Dawn Flaherty, Michael Georgeff, Peter Hick, Rene Jorgensen, Martin Robinson, Brennan Rose and Linda Thorpe. Our thanks go to former presidents Selby Munsie and Faye Grey for all that they have done for the Association.
If you would like a copy of the Annual Report please email
At our next committee meeting we shall be reviewing our projects for 2014 and we invite you to contact us with your suggestions.

Calling all Kayak Enthusiasts
As part of the City of Mandurah’s Stretch Festival, local kayakers are invited to participate in an artistic kayak performance on Easter Saturday.
To find out more you can attend a “meet the artist” event this weekend at Mandurah Contemporary Art Space in Ormsby Terrace.
For full details please click here.
To find out more about this year’s Stretch Festival, please click here.

City of Mandurah Budget Formulation
The Works and Services Department has once again invited us to lodge a submission for projects that may be of community benefit.
If you would like to propose an improvement in or around Port Mandurah to be considered for the City’s 2014/2015 budget, please email us at

What improvements would you like to see
in and around Port Mandurah?
You are invited to air your views at the City of Mandurah's Annual Electors meeting on Wednesday 26th February at 7pm in the Tuckey Room, located in the Civic Centre, 83 Mandurah Terrace.
There will be a presentation of the Annual Report followed by a chance for you to gain answers to all your questions.
If you cannot attend the meeting but would like the PMRA Committee to raise an issue on your behalf, please email us at

Maintenance of Infrastructure 
People who live in and around Port Mandurah are encouraged to report maintenance issues to the relevant authorities in order to make our area safer and a more pleasant place in which to live. Most items will be the responsibility of the City of Mandurah and can be reported at or on 9550 3777.
Matters that should be reported to the City of Mandurah include street lights that are not operational, tripping hazards on footpaths, damaged or non-operational reticulation in public areas, trees or limbs down in public parks or on street verges, signage, dumped rubbish, road damage, vandalism and accidental damage to Council property.
The exclusions principally relate to infrastructure owned by State Government Departments:
Street lights on major roads like the Old Coast Road are the responsibility of Western Power at
Water or sewage leaks are the responsibility of the Water Corporation and can be reported at or 13 13 75.
Fallen power lines are the responsibility of Western Power and can be reported at or 13 13 51.
Graffiti can be reported to the State Government Graffiti Task Force on
1800 442 255.

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