At their last meeting, Moonee Valley City Council agreed to accept $165,000 worth of traffic rectification from the state government’s Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP), provided missing traffic data is also received, despite estimating $965,000 worth of works are needed.
Traders in Pin Oak Crescent, already struggling under COVID-19 restrictions, will be further impacted by four months of streetscape works due to begin 1 June.
Will dogs be allowed off-lead again soon in Moonee Valley?
As there’s no Moonee Valley Council meeting this week (cancelled with no clear explanation) I thought it might be worth writing about Australia’s COVID-19 tracing app.
Prime Minister Morrison made further announcements on Tuesday evening regarding closures to apply from 11:59pm Wednesday 25 March.
This list is from his media release. It is the most comprehensive list available.
The Victorian Government has ordered certain businesses to close until 13 April: here is their order.
Please read below the thoughts of one Flemington resident, Louise Donn. I’m grateful to Louise for sharing her family’s concerns about the likely impact of COVID-19 and the urgent necessity for Australians to take this seriously.