BLACKWATTLE BAY & JOHNSTONS CREEK FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING SUBMISSION FORM 9 MARCH 2014 Please provide your comments by either: passing this form to the Council officers faxing this form to (02) 9265 9780 posting this form to: Chief Executive Officer Attn: Shah Alam City of Sydney GPO Box 1591 Sydney NSW 2001 1. emailing your comments to [email protected] Comments should be received no later than: Friday 21 March 2014 To what extent to you agree with the City of Sydney’s proposed flood risk mitigation and management measures for the Blackwattle Bay Catchment? (Please circle) 1 Strongly disagree 2. 2 Disagree 3 Netural 4 Agree 5 Strongly agree To what extent to you agree with the City of Sydney’s proposed flood risk mitigation and management measures for the Johnstons Creek Catchment? (Please circle) 1 Strongly disagree 2 Disagree 3 Netural Please turn over 4 Agree 5 Strongly agree 3. Do you have any feedback or further issues for consideration in relation to the flood study, or proposed measures for floodplain risk management in this Blackwattle Bay and Johnstons Creek catchment? Thank you for your submission. Contact information (optional) Name: ___________________________________________________________________ Phone: (h) ________________ Address: (w) _________________ (mob) __________________ ___________________________________________________________________ Suburb: _______________________ Email: Postcode: __________ ______________ ___________________________________________________________________ Yes, please add me to the database SydneyYourSay.com.au, the City of Sydney’s consultation portal to receive monthly updates on opportunities to have a say on local projects and plans for Sydney. Privacy statement All information provided will be used to consider flooding related issues within the City of Sydney. It is up to individual residents and property owners to decide if they wish to make a submission, however only written submissions will be taken into consideration. Submissions may be publicly accessed by third parties under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.