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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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Update: By the Village Building Company

Update: By the Village Building Company

The Village Building Company has provided an update regarding the development of the old 'AFP' site at Weston
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Interested in Solar and Battery Storage?

Interested in Solar and Battery Storage?

Evoenergy is conducting a survey to gauge public opinion on options for the future distribution network in the ACT.
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The ACT Budget and Weston Creek

The ACT Budget and Weston Creek

The following are the main items identified in the ACT Budget that affect us in Weston Creek and Molonglo:
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Council Appears before the Augmented ACT Electoral Commission

Council Appears before the Augmented ACT Electoral Commission

Council Chair, Tom Anderson, appeared today and gave evidence to the Augmented ACT Electoral Commission. He stated that the Woden Town Centre, as a minimum, must be moved into the proposed Electorate of Bean so that it is with the vast majority of electors that it services.
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Petition on Coombs Local Shopping Centre and an Open Letter

Petition on Coombs Local Shopping Centre and an Open Letter

A Public petition has been established on Change.org seeking public accountability from the developer of the Coombs local shopping centre. Over 7,000 people now live in the Molonglo Valley and the shopping centre, which is a critically important piece of infrastructure for the community, lies empty.
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Tradies site in Woden

Tradies site in Woden

Council is very concerned that there is no consideration by the planners of congestion, public spaces and community facilities for the Woden Town Centre and the Woden Community. The comparison between the Precinct Plan for Woden when compared with Belconnen is chalk and cheese.
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Molonglo Information Night

Molonglo Information Night

The Suburban Land Agency is hosting another Molonglo Valley Community Information Night on Thursday 24 May 2018 between 7pm and 9pm at Charles Weston School. This event will be live streamed to the Molonglo Valley Mingle Facebook page and will include a Q&A session. These videos will also be uploaded to the Molonglo Valley Mingle page on the Suburban Land Agency website.
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Our Community believes that it is the responsibility of the Government of Australia to fully fund these Institutions.

Our Community believes that it is the responsibility of the Government of Australia to fully fund these Institutions.

Over the years we have seen a relentless drive by successive Governments to diminish these Institutions through continued budget reductions whether they be through the so-called “efficiency dividend” or other cuts. Our community believes that there is a Community Service Obligation on the Parliament of Australia and its Members and Senators to fully fund these Institutions to enable them to operate for the benefit of all Australians.
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Council disagrees with the splitting of Woden in the Proposed new Electorates in the ACT

Council disagrees with the splitting of Woden in the Proposed new Electorates in the ACT

The proposed boundaries split the Woden Valley into two electorates. This has been catastrophic for the Woden Town Centre where, under the ACT Electorate boundaries for at least 8 years, the District was split in two as is proposed here by this Re-distribution. With the ACT Electorate changes finally putting Woden back together again in 2016, it would be tragic for the Federal Re-Distribution to again split this community. The suburbs of Lyons, Curtin, Hughes, Garran and Phillip should be included in the electorate of Bean.
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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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