The next meeting of the Weston Creek Community Council is at 7:30pm, Wednesday 22 February 2017 at the Raiders Club, Liardet St, Weston (click for map). See our Meetings page for further deatils about WCCC meetings Continue reading
Our Meet the Candidates meeting was a great success with in excess of 110 people attending and 19 candidates speaking from 7 parties and one independent. A big thank you to everyone for the turn out and for Louise Maher for her marvellous role as Moderator of the evening. Continue reading
It’s Election time for the ACT Legislative Assembly and this month is a “Meet the Candidates” night at our Public Meeting.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday 28 September at 7.30 pm at St Jude’s Primary School Hall in Mulley Street, Holder. Continue reading
You may recall the Weston Creek Community Council moved the location of the Monthly Public meeting from the Weston Club to the St Jude’s Primary School hall in Holder September 2015. We moved to Holder as it offered better disability access, was not as noisy as the Weston Club and provide good parking. We now want to ask you whether… Continue reading
Rohan Spence the ACT Deputy Electoral Commissioner will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting on Wednesday 27 April 2016. He will be talking on the new electoral boundaries, new electoral rules, how the preferences work etc. Meeting details are here .. Continue reading
Want to hear about the next development in Molonglo in Denman Prospect with every house requiring to have solar panels generating electricity? Capital Estates Development will attend our meeting this month and tell us what will be happening here. Come along to the next Public Meeting is to be held on Wednesday 28th October at 7.30 pm at the St… Continue reading
We have a CHANGE OF VENUE FOR OUR PUBLIC MEETINGS FROM THIS MONTH. Council has decided to move our meetings from the Weston Club to St Jude’s Primary School Hall in Mulley Street in Holder. This will provide easy access for those with disabilities, easier parking and the premises to ourselves. It should provide a “better” meeting place for everyone.… Continue reading