AGRA AGM 27th August 2014 23 Years of Aspendale Gardens Residents working for Aspendale Gardens Residents. Welcome. Lorraine Wreford State Member of Parliament for Mordialloc South Ward Councillor John Ronke South Ward Councillor Tamsin Bearsley South Ward Councillor David Eden
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AGRA AGM27th August 201423 Years of Aspendale Gardens Residents working for Aspendale Gardens Residents
Mark has supplied a letter for the meeting.
Past AGRA committee members carrying out Support work for AGRA
1. Seek publication of the first study so everyone knows what is proposed and how etc
2. Seek early completion of the second study –
3. Seek commence construction of the MPF during the next term of Government. Tie in with the completion stages of the Dingley By-Pass. This will bring economies of scale and cost and efficiency benefits to the project
AGRA & Community Objective
Continued Mordialloc Creek - Screening of future Industrial Development on the Eastern Side of the Creek between Bowen Road and the Wells Road Bridge.
We alerted our local MP’s in June 2013 to the risk of delay to the project and wrote to all three local MP’s seeking their intervention to get this project back on plan for commencement at the end of the next Growling Grass Frog breeding season.
2. Screening Project: AGRA met with local state MP’s Donna Bauer and Lorraine Wreford in June 2013 to review this subject and seek advice. LW said the plantings may need to be driven by a local group (e.g.. AGRA or a ‘Friends of’ group”). AGRA wrote to COK and the COK recommend that the Mordialloc Catchment Friends Group with strong support from Council and Melbourne Water could be the way to manage this project. Melbourne Water have indicated strong support. We have already asked MW if they can give more ground for screening alongside the creek.
COK reported that they had recently established a 3 metre landscape setback for future industrial 1 zone properties fronting Mordialloc Creek. AGRA to continue to promote the need for effective visual screening and to get the project underway after the appropriate Growling Grass Frog Breeding season.
Action: To be an election issue for the region!!!!!!
Bi Annual Community Fun Day – Saturday ???? 2015
Our website was attacked
Lets Hope it doesn’t happen again for the 2014 state elections
Presented by John Zeccola
Treasurers Reports on chairs.
No changes proposed
CPA(ASA)be reappointed for 2013/14
That is really allfolks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The AGRA Committee Trust we have served you well.