Meals on Wheels becomes dementia day care
Gosford Council is proposing to redevelop the Meals on Wheels complex at Woy Woy as a dementia day care facility.
It will provide a business case to the Department of Commerce for the redevelopment which would cost $1,380,500.
A staff report to Gosford Council stated in the report that council had submitted an expression of interest for home and community care capital funding through the Department of Commerce.
The report stated that since that time, the Department of Commerce had issued an invitation for council to prepare a business case to support the expression of interest.
The Department of Commerce had also provided $20,000 to council to assist with the preparation of the report.
Upon council's agreement with the conditions as set down by the Department of Commerce, a period of eight weeks would be provided to submit the business case.
The Director was replying to a question from Cr Chris Holstein from July 3.
Cr Holstein had asked about the current status of council procuring funds for the possible redevelopment of the Meals on Wheels complex.
Council agenda Q.68, 28 Aug 2007
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