The ACT Government launched the YourSay Community Panel, an online opportunity for Canberrans to participate in shaping our city.
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Council suggests alternative proposal to building the “Temporary Car Park” at Cooleman Court to Minister Steel. Read the letter here… Continue reading
Council proposes an Online Design Competition for urban Floriade pop-ups. Read the letter to Minister Steel here. Continue reading
Changes have been made to the proposed Temporary Car Park off Parkinson Street at Cooleman Court resulting in a reduction of car parking spaces to 65. View plan and letter Continue reading
The ACT Government has delayed the introduction of the Updated network due to the Covid 19 Virus. Read the press Release here. Also there are changes now. No front door use the rear doors need to be used, no cash only card and the front seats will be out of use as an added protection to the driver. Continue reading
From Monday 23 March 2020, collections for residential waste and recycling bins will start from 5am. Residential red and yellow bin collections are a critical service and, as a proactive measure to provide some separation between drivers to prevent service disruptions, drivers will work staggered shifts from Monday. Whilst this may cause a slight shake up to people’s usual routines,… Continue reading
Council wrote to the CEO, Matt Comyn, expressing its deep disappointment with the closure of the Commonwealth Bank Branch at Weston. A really poor response spending one line addressing the issues that Council raised and then telling people to travel all over Canberra to get to a Branch. Continue reading
Your Council Committee has decided to cancel our March meeting in light of the Government advice on the coronavirus pandemic. It is highly likely that our April Meeting will also be cancelled. Please keep up with the issues by monitoring our Website and facebook sites Continue reading
Council writes to Minister Gentleman on the Coombs Shops stating ” it’s time to take decisive action to resolve the situation”.
Ministers Rattenbury and Gentleman respond to WCCC concerns about ‘hooning’. Continue reading
The summary of findings from the recent Community Survey Council conducted was discussed. It certainly was a lively and welcome discussion and Council thanks those who attended. The PowerPoint Presentation follows. Continue reading