Craig Ross Bridge naming

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Council has proposed that a new bridge in Erskine Park be named “Craig Ross Bridge” in memory of a former, long-serving employee who passed away in 2014.

Craig worked as an Engineer with Penrith City Council for 42 years. During that time, he amassed an incredible wealth of knowledge and built a true depth of experience. Over more than four decades, Craig showed dedication and loyalty to the organisation and the residents of Penrith.

Craig retired in 2011 and tragically passed away as the result of a motorcycle accident in 2014.

The bridge in question is on a new stretch of road off Lenore Drive and crosses the Warragamba Water Pipeline.

The proposal to name the bridge in Craig’s memory is a reflection of his long and exceptional service to the people of Penrith.

Council is seeking community feedback on this suggestion. Comments should be sent by email to Council’s Development Engineering Coordinator michael.alderton@penrith.city

The consultation period closes at 5pm on December 16 2020.

Council has proposed that a new bridge in Erskine Park be named “Craig Ross Bridge” in memory of a former, long-serving employee who passed away in 2014.

Craig worked as an Engineer with Penrith City Council for 42 years. During that time, he amassed an incredible wealth of knowledge and built a true depth of experience. Over more than four decades, Craig showed dedication and loyalty to the organisation and the residents of Penrith.

Craig retired in 2011 and tragically passed away as the result of a motorcycle accident in 2014.

The bridge in question is on a new stretch of road off Lenore Drive and crosses the Warragamba Water Pipeline.

The proposal to name the bridge in Craig’s memory is a reflection of his long and exceptional service to the people of Penrith.

Council is seeking community feedback on this suggestion. Comments should be sent by email to Council’s Development Engineering Coordinator michael.alderton@penrith.city

The consultation period closes at 5pm on December 16 2020.