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Lake Macquarie council will call for expressions of interest to fill the remaining seven positions.
Part time town co ordinator jobs at Warners Bay, Belmont, Toronto, Charlestown, Cardiff Glendale, Swansea and Morisset are winding down, as all funding will now be controlled by Gucci Belt Double G
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Mr Hopper said the establishment of a board to control funds would better define the roles of the various Lake Macquarie chambers of commerce, which primarily look after local businesses, and the council, which primarily looks after the community.
The Economic Development Board will be made up of nine people, which will include the Lake Macquarie mayor Jodie Harrison and the council's general manager Brian Bell.
Warners Bay Chamber of Commerce president Greg Hopper said a rollover of the chamber's funds and corporate sponsorship guarantees the summer 2013/14 season would run.
The council has cut $582,000 in funding to town centres and will instead allocate $1 million a year to attract more business into the city and help existing businesses.
In response to chambers of commerce concerns for the future of community events, the council has redirected $150,000 in funds for the 2013/14 financial year.
This money will be used to run events as the board takes shape over the next 12 months.
"But in reality it isn't something we [the chamber] should be doing."
MUSIC in the Podium at Warners Bay will continue for at least another year, but its future after that is anyone's guess.
But other community events run by Lake Macquarie chambers, such as the Street Beat Fair at Morisset, are in limbo as Lake Macquarie Miu Miu Heart Wallet City Council voted to cut funding to its town centre program and instead establish an external board for economical development.
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