Top three reads in this week’s Harvey-Waroona Reporter

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Mark Goodlet when he was working as the City of Busselton’s director of community infrastructure.
Camera IconMark Goodlet when he was working as the City of Busselton’s director of community infrastructure. Credit: Becky Felstead/Becky Felstead

In this week’s Harvey-Waroona Reporter, one of the most pristine beaches in the region that attracts thousands of visitors each year will now have its coastline maintained under a new protection plan, Harvey and Waroona businesses run the risk of being fined up to $20,000 after the State Government announced a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination schedule for a range of occupations, and property and the Shire of Waroona has appointed experienced council worker Mark Goodlet as its new chief executive.

Here for all to sea -

Preston Beach.
Camera IconPreston Beach.

One of the most pristine beaches in the region that attracts thousands of visitors each year will now have its coastline maintained under a new protection plan.

Waroona Shire councillors last Tuesday adopted the Preston Beach Foreshore Management Plan in a bid to protect the coast from erosion and identify further tourism opportunities.

It states a lookout will be installed to provide better access to view the ocean, which comes after a $100,000 commitment from Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke during the last State election.

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Mandate ups job jabs ante -

Wagerup Refinery Manager Adam Gilbert
Camera IconWagerup Refinery Manager Adam Gilbert

Harvey and Waroona businesses run the risk of being fined up to $20,000 after the State Government announced a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination schedule for a range of occupations, which will apply to roughly 75 per cent of WA’s workforce.

Border control staff, abattoir workers and prison guards are among the Group 1 workers required to be fully vaccinated by December 31.

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Chief a good fit for Shire -

New Waroona CEO Mark Goodlet
Camera IconNew Waroona CEO Mark Goodlet

The Shire of Waroona has appointed experienced council worker Mark Goodlet as its new chief executive.

The selection comes after it was announced in July the shires of Waroona and Murray would end their agreement to share chief executive Dean Unsworth, who had been performing both roles since 2019.

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