Following the adoption of the Carnegie, Elsternwick and Bentleigh Structure Plans, Council resolved to apply for interim height controls to protect these centres whilst detailed permanent controls reflecting the Structure Plans are being prepared.
Not-for-profit community-based organisations are invited to nominate volunteers in one of the seven following categories: 500, 1,000 or 2,000 hours of service or 10, 20, 30 or 40 years of continuous voluntary service.
Award recipients will be announced at an event during National Volunteers Week (17–23 May).
Glen Eira Mayor Margaret Esakoff said people of all ages and backgrounds give their time, talents, gifts and hearts to improve the quality of community life and build a stronger and more cohesive community.
“We need your help to celebrate and recognise our volunteers and their contribution to the health and wellbeing of our local community,” she said.
Nominations can be completed online through the SmartyGrants portal.