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In October, Council was informed of structural damage and safety defects at the Heinzs Road Bore in Cambrian Hill. Following an audit, the bore and tank were closed for safety reasons, pending a decision on replacing the bore or exploring other options.
Golden Plains Shire Council is supporting Respect Victoria’s ‘Respect Women: Call It Out’ campaign during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
The 16 Days of Activism is an annual global initiative that began on Wednesday, and runs until Thursday, 10 December 2020.
Golden Plains Shire Council is seeking public feedback on its Draft Community Engagement Policy as part of its commitment to improve how engagement is undertaken by Council.
Golden Plains Shire Council is inviting public feedback on the Teesdale Structure Plan and Planning Scheme Amendment C92, as part of the final step to implement the long-term township plan.
In early October, the Federal Government announced Council would receive an additional $1,512,680 from its Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program, and Council resolved to allocate this funding to several different projects.
Seventeen Golden Plains community groups have been awarded Community Strengthening Grants by Council, to deliver an exciting range of community projects and programs across the Shire.
This morning, Golden Plains Shire Mayor Cr Helena Kirby and Michaela Settle MP, Member for Buninyong, joined members of the Linton Cricket Club to announce funding for a new cricket training facility at Linton Recreation Reserve.