The 2020 federal budget includes funding to fast-track the Molonglo River Bridge, if the ACT Government provides a matched investment. Stephen Cenatiempo spoke to Weston Creek Community Council chair Tom Anderson, who says it’s wonderful news. Continue reading
RiotACT reports on the Federal Budget fast track on the Molonglo River bridge, an initiative the WCCC has advocated for some time. Continue reading
Thanks to the local Community and some Council members, we have our own part of Floriade in Floriade Re-Imagined at the corner of Streeton Drive and Darwinia Terrace in Chapman.
It is in flower now and has its own group of Scarecrows to keep the birds away.
Look at the video to see the work that has been done and the finished flowering gardens now Continue reading
Council cautiously welcomes the Chief Minister’s announcement today of $170 million for the last portion of John Gorton Drive including a bridge crossing the Molonglo River.
Minister Steel has responded to Council’s letter on the proposed parking space at Watling Place. Unfortunately he has maintained that the parking will go ahead despite the Community saying that it isn’t needed. Read the letter here Continue reading
Council Chair Tom Anderson talks to Anna Vidot about the future of Coombs shops plus the Riot Act’s view of the sale. Continue reading
Council has finally received a response to its letter of 11 March. Waiting for over 3 months for a letter that provides no answer to the Coombs Shops debacle really does disappoint. The answer is wait for Koko to open at the end of probably 2021, another 18 months away, and the future Molonglo Group Centre sometime in the future. There is really nothing in the letter to give anything positive to the residents. Read the letter here Continue reading
Minister Chris Steel has responded to our letter to bring forward the building of the Bridge over the Molonglo River. While seeing and agreeing with the benefits Council outlined, the Minister has stated that Given the early stages this project is in and the significant amount of design work that is still required before it can progress further, the Government… Continue reading