Coffs Harbour Mayor, Denise Knight accompanied by Coffs Coast Regional Park Management Trust Chair, Bob Palmer and the Hon Luke Hartsuyker, Member for Cowper and Assistant Minister for Employment have unveiled a plaque to commemorate EnviTE's 20 years' service to the Coffs Coast community. Unveiling the plaque at Macauleys Headland, Mayor Knight said Council appreciated EnviTE’s contribution over this time.
“This community takes great pride in our environment and we have endeavoured to preserve our unique natural areas while making them accessible to local citizens and tourists.
“EnviTE has greatly assisted in this endeavour,” Mayor Knight said.
Federal MP Luke Hartsuyker also praised EnviTE’s contribution.
“Through its environmental, employment and training capabilities, we have seen countless benefits delivered to the community.
“The federal government is very keen to see contributions like EnviTE benefit communities across the whole country.
“This great tradition will continue with the roll out of the Green Army,” Mr Hartsuyker said.
EnviTE General Manager, Meg Nichols said EnviTE had completed over 300 projects valued at $5.8 in the Coffs Coast area.
"This valuable work was achieved with the support of funding from federal and state government programs," Meg said.