The State Government, Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV) announced the outcome of Council’s applications for the 2017/18 Community Sports Infrastructure Funding.
We had a fantastic response to the consultation. Feedback indicates that climate change is seen as a genuine problem and that people recognise their day-to-day habits have an impact on the environment.
The draft Our Climate Emergency Strategy 2021–2025 and associated Action Plan is now available for feedback.
Glen Eira Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff said the draft Strategy outlines Council’s commitment to strong and fast action on climate change.
“We will lead by example and work hard to cut our own carbon footprint. We will support the Glen Eira community by educating, informing, mobilising and facilitating a transition to a low-carbon way of life,” she said.
“Through the principles outlined in this Strategy, we will work together to create a sustainable, liveable, equitable and resilient Glen Eira.”
The draft Strategy and Action Plan is available for feedback until midnight Sunday 9 May. For further information, visit www.haveyoursaygleneira.com.au/climate-strategy
We are aware that the City of Monash has disclosed that, following an internal review of its infringement appeals process that it has concerns regarding its level of compliance with the requirements of the Infringements Act. It is important to note that no two councils’ contracts or processes with Tenix are identical.