Notice of the Annual General Meeting of the Weston Creek Community Council – Wednesday 25 November 2020

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Weston Creek Citizen’s Council inc, operating as the Weston Creek Community Council, will be held on Wednesday 25 November 2020. The meeting will be held at the Weston Creek Community Centre off Parkinson Street Weston at 7.30 pm. Business to be transacted includes the presentation of the Annual Report… Continue reading

MAJOR UPDATE – Monday’s household waste/recycling collections on TUESDAY 10 Nov

Household waste and recycling kerbside collections will be disrupted on Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 November 2020. The Transport Workers’ Union, representing the drivers employed by Suez, provided notice that protected industrial action will take place for a second consecutive week as part of ongoing Enterprise Bargaining negotiations between the TWU and Suez. Continue reading

Floriade Re-Imagined in Chapman

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.

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Weston Creek Community Council outlines it’s Election Issues

There are a range of issues that the Council has listed for politicians and political candidates to consider for the Murrumbidgee Electorate.  They are wide and varied from Community facilities, law and order, green space and Sport and recreation just to name some of them.  The full list follows: Continue reading

Monthly Update – August/September 2020

Council continues to think about all our community. Please stay safe and continue your physical distancing, wash your hands and only go out when necessary. This edition includes information on monthly meetings, 2020 election night forum, election issues, surveys, Floriade, bridging the Molonglo, cycle paths, parking at Cooleman Court and the old AFP site.
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