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Each year Manningham council has the opportunity to present what it believes are important issues and national objectives to two organisations: the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) and the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA).

These organisations then select the issues and ... Read more »

Views: 375 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 09.15.2014

Residents respond to the Draft Open Space Strategy.

At the council meeting on 25 March 2014, public responses to the Council's Open Space Strategy were presented.

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Views: 579 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 08.13.2014

At the Feb 25 2014 Council Meeting, a Mid Year Review of the budget for 2013/14 was presented.

The annual budget for 2013/14 planned an income of $110,218,000 and an expenditure of $100,299,000 leaving a surplus o ... Read more »

Views: 445 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 07.17.2014

Could Manningham Council reduce the rate burden of all residents?

Yes I think they could and I think they could do so easily.

 

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Views: 535 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 06.17.2014

The plan to promote business at Tunstall Square.

Manningham council says it wants to help promote business at the Tunstall Square shopping center.

To do this, our council is collecting a special le ... Read more »

Views: 623 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 02.20.2014

As you may be aware, Manningham Council has a loan of around $7.9m with the Commonwealth bank to cover a shortfall in their staff superannuation fund.

 

Government workers are on 'defined benefit' superannuation s ... Read more »

Views: 504 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 02.05.2014

At the October 29, 2013 meeting, Manningham Council again raised the issue of the Prevention of Violence Against Women and presented a document called "Manningham Prevention of Violence Against Women Strategy and Action Plan 2013/2017".

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Views: 498 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 01.24.2014

Manningham council recently reduced the size of the heritage overlay over the eastern golf course property. The heritage overlay used to cover the entire property, that is all 116 acres. The new heritage overlay now protects an area of just around 1 acre.

The heritage overlay needed to ... Read more »

Views: 541 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 12.10.2013

Like most surveys conducted in the business world today, their real purpose is to prove to your boss that you are doing your job well and they should continue to employ you, or better still, give you a pay rise.

This survey is no different. But what strikes me about this one commissioned by the Department of ... Read more »

Views: 532 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 11.25.2013

It seems when privately owned property has a significant environmental value, the environmental controls on it are rigidly enforced. Yet when there is native vegetation on council land, the council barely does it's job.

 

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Views: 551 | Added by: Blogger | Date: 11.21.2013

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