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WCCC is an incorporated, voluntary, not for profit, non-political, community-based association representing the interests of the local residents and communities in Weston Creek.

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ACT fires - Community Recovery Plan activated

ACT fires – Community Recovery Plan activated

There is a current activation of the ACT Community Recovery Plan in response to the Orroral Valley fire, currently burning
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Cotter Road Changes - ABC Radio Interview

Cotter Road Changes – ABC Radio Interview

Tom Anderson (Chair WCCC) discusses the Cotter Road/Adelaide Ave changes with ABC's Drive Kim Huynh
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Cotter Road to have a dedicated lane onto Adelaide Avenue

Cotter Road to have a dedicated lane onto Adelaide Avenue

Residents of Weston Creek and Molonglo will see their daily commute time reduced by up to five minutes with a dedicated continuous lane to be provided from the Cotter Road ramp onto Adelaide Avenue.
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Update - WCCC 2019-20 survey Closes 25 Jan 20

Update – WCCC 2019-20 survey Closes 25 Jan 20

Council invites you to have your say on what you value about your local area, suburb or Weston Creek and Molonglo generally, what you would like to change, or to be protected, to make it a better place to live. The survey which will be open until 25 Jan 20 (new date). We will work to report the results at our 26 February 2020 Public Meeting, and publish a summary on this website.
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Wright, Coombs Betrayed

Wright, Coombs Betrayed

This is the re-action of the Coombs and Wright communities with ACTPLA’s decision to “roll over” at the first sign of contest by a developer.
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Zapari Request for Re-Consideration of Coombs Development

Zapari Request for Re-Consideration of Coombs Development

ACTPLA has refused the Request by Zapari for Re-Consideration of their Development Application for Block 3 Section 12 in Coombs.
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Please Note: WCCC is NOT a local government body

For all inquiries relating to municipal, local or State government matters please contact the ACT Government who perform these functions in the ACT. Inquiries to AccessCanberra – phone 13 22 81 or
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