The Blog provides residents with a quick summary of the decisions being made at Moonee Valley Council meetings. Here’s the agenda for the meeting this Tuesday.
About half of the Moonee Valley Council’s planning decisions that have been appealed at VCAT since December 2016 have been overturned, as identified by a MVBlog analysis.
Moonee Valley Blog has examined 40 decisions made by VCAT appealing planning decisions made by the council elected in October 2016, or under delegation in that time.
Here are the results.
Many of us have dreamed of cracking the concrete that encases the Moonee Ponds Creek for much of its flow through the southern part of Moonee Valley.
There is now a fifty year plan to remove the concrete and restore the creek to a healthy and beautiful waterway.
What’s on the agenda for tomorrow night’s Council meeting …
About a month ago, Council approved a new MSS based on the new MV2040.
Not much has been said about it, but, if approved by the Minister, it changes our local planning policies.
I spent a day last week reading 180 of the 193 submissions, and collating the issues raised and the views presented. This is what I found.
There’s no Moonee Valley Council meeting tonight (the next meeting is on 12 September). So, instead, some thoughts on Council conduct – from me (why not!). Last week, the Central Goldfields Shire was sacked by the State Government. Councillors elected just last October have been dismissed until fresh elections in 2020. This dismissal followed a…