A big thank you to everyone for the turn out and for Louise Maher for her marvellous role as Moderator of the evening.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday 28 September at 7.30 pm at St Jude’s Primary School Hall in Mulley Street, Holder.
This is your opportunity to come along and meet the Candidates for Murrumbidgee [Our Electorate] and listen and ask questions of them. We have asked Louise Maher of ABC 666 [and a resident of Weston Creek] to moderate the evening and we are very thankful to her for doing this again for our Community.
There have been plenty of promises from the major political parties in the lead-up to this election. Whatever the make-up of the Assembly, we need to hold the politicians to account for the promises that they have made.
A list of attending candidates include:
• Jeremy Hanson
• Giulia Jones
• Peter Hosking
• Jessica Adelan-Langford
• Paul House
• Chris Steel
• Mark Kulasingham
• Caroline Le Couteur
• Emma Davidson
Community Alliance Party:
• Michael Lindfield
Liberal Democrats Party:
• Said to be sending two Candidates
Australian Sex Party:
• Said to be sending two Candidates
Sustainable Australia Party:
• Mark O’Connor
Like Canberra Party
• Rod Vickers
• Shelley Dickerson
Are you a commuter or wish to visit the City during the day.
Would you like to travel into the City directly in 18 minutes.
Not have to pay for parking
Take advantage of a service that runs every 30 mins in both directions
Then the new ACTION 182 service is for you.
The service originates at Woden BUT the last stop is at the Park and Ride at Kirkpatrick St, North Weston. Here is where the car can be parked at no charge and no permit required. You can join the bus for a journey directly into the City.
GIVE IT A TRY
In the 2016 ACT Budget there was a small item ‘a new Dog Park for Weston Creek’. The ACT Government have now provided further information, including possible locations: Holder; Chapman & Waramanga.
The Weston Creek Community Council is totally opposed to the proposed site for a Dog Park off Weingarth Street at Holder Neighbourhood Oval. Council’s view is that you can’t place a Dog Park in the middle of a Residential Area. Council wants Holder Neighbourhood Oval to remain as it is – a valuable resource to the neighbourhood. We have lost too much Green Space within neighbourhoods over the years and this in reality would be another loss to those who go there. We have seen the Ovals at the Old Holder High School disappear, parts of the Stirling Oval complex as well and we don’t want to lose more valuable green space in the middle of the suburb. Like the other Dog Parks in Canberra, any Dog park for Weston Creek needs to be on the edge of the suburban area.
The Government is undertaking a survey now so please have your say on this by going to https://www.yoursay.act.gov.au/new-weston-creek-dog-park and have your say.
We are having a presentation of the proposed Dog Park areas for Weston Creek and Molonglo to our Public Meeting to be held on Wednesday 31 August at 7.30 pm at St Judes Primary School Hall in Mulley Street in Holder. The presentation on the Dog Parks will be on around 8.15 to 8.30 following our Annual General Meeting and a Presentation on the Basin Priority Project. So come along and listen to the presentation.
You may recall the Weston Creek Community Council moved the location of the Monthly Public meeting from the Weston Club to the St Jude’s Primary School hall in Holder September 2015. We moved to Holder as it offered better disability access, was not as noisy as the Weston Club and provide good parking.
We now want to ask you whether the move achieved the objectives and whether there are other things we can do to help you attend our monthly meetings.