For tonight’s Council meeting, I have submitted two questions (below). I’ll be attending the meeting, with its relatively short agenda, to hear the answers. You can join the blog from 6:30pm. Residents in Flemington have received a letter from Minister Martin Foley dated 4/4/2018 stating that: “I am pleased that the result of the consultation…
LXRA has provided some design documents for the Buckley St crossing to MVCC – but they are all confidential and residents have no access to them. Why?
Read about tonight’s public forum at which Qs about the level crossing continue in the absence of any information being available for residents.
Here is a summary of this week’s meeting. The Council voted that extra watering of Council’s trees does not need to be given urgent consideration – despite there being barely any rain in MV for 46 days. Also, there is a plan for spending $900M in MV on facilities that residents might like to read…
I know: not everyone shares my love of meeting rules deftly employed. When the rules are clear and everyone follows them, it’s like well-choreographed theatre.
The MVCC meeting of Feb 27 was, more often than not, a mess. Rules ignored. Claws out. Here’s what went wrong (IMHO!!).
Apologies that I couldn’t make the meeting on Tuesday – I was busy hunting for our little cat who had gone missing. She has now been located – but I’ll take the opportunity to plug the Council’s advice on keeping cats safe!! I’ve now had a chance to watch the recording of the meeting, and made a summary available below.
If I lived in the area, I would be as angry as the residents who were apparently “feral”. The design for the project is appalling.
Following the shutting down of last week’s Council meeting, I’ve popped in to see how the mood is at the public forum. So far, there are more security guards than people.
The first MVCC meeting of the year is kicking off with the Buckley St Level Crossing issue at 6:30pm tonight. Given the officers’ report recommends no legal action, and residents are outraged at the road-under-rail option, it should be a fiery meeting (picture: Donna Marco-Newlan, Facebook)