No to WCCC Meeting on Public Housing in Holder, Chapman & Wright

The Weston Creek Community Council meeting of last Wednesday 29 March had to be abandoned due to excessive attendance numbers. This was very gratifying in that we had reached so many members of the community. Unfortunately we were breaching the fire regulations and the club was required to ask us to terminate the meeting. Since then we have spoken to… Continue reading

Meeting and presentation re Public Housing in Chapman, Holder and Wright

Weston Creek Community Council was pleased to see such a high attendance at the meeting on Wednesday 29 March. This caused a major problem as due to the numbers of people we were in breach of the fire regulations and the meeting was aborted. However the Housing Renewal Taskforce has agreed to present at later date and we are currently… Continue reading

Sites for Public Housing – Weston Creek & Molonglo

The Public Housing Taskforce has identified sites in Holder, Chapman and Wright for public housing. These sites are part of an initiative to ‘pepper and salt’ new public housing through the city with small-scale quality accommodation. Weston Creek Community Council was only advised formally of these sites on the day of Minister Berry’s media release. Continue reading

Only Rain Down the Drain

Everything that goes down the stormwater drain ends up in our lakes and rivers. Poor water quality affects everyone, including our local wildlife. As part of a new education program called H2OK: Keeping our waterways healthy, Canberrans and residents in the surrounding regions are being called on to take action and help stop rubbish and other pollutants going down the… Continue reading

Green Bin Trial

First you had to express an interest NOW it is time to register. SO sign up now. Residents living in the suburbs of Chapman, Duffy, Fisher, Holder, Rivett, Stirling, Waramanga, Weston and Kambah are now able to register to be part of the pilot. Residents who opt-in to register will receive a 240 litre lime-green lidded green waste bin starting… Continue reading

Submission on the proposed Dog Park in Duffy

In broad terms Council welcomes the proposal and believes that it will bring a number of benefits to the Weston Creek and Molonglo communities.  Council does have a few concerns over access from Warragamba Avenue and the Bi-Centennial Trail Crossing.  Council is also pleased with the discussions with Officials in relation to where this Park should be located. Continue reading