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Feb 232017
 

First you had to express an interest NOW it is time to register. SO sign up now.

Residents living in the suburbs of Chapman, Duffy, Fisher, Holder, Rivett, Stirling, Waramanga, Weston and Kambah are now able to register to be part of the pilot.

Residents who opt-in to register will receive a 240 litre lime-green lidded green waste bin starting from March 2017 for all their garden vegetation waste. Kerbside collections will start in April 2017.

A one-off fee of $50 will be required at the time of registering, unless you are a concession card holder.

How do I get a lime-green lidded green waste bin? If you wish to opt-in to receive your green waste bin, please register through the smart form via Access Canberra at the following link www.act.gov.au/greenbins or alternatively you can contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 who can assist you with your application.

Please note that you must register for the service even if you previously expressed interest in the green waste pilot.

Feb 232017
 

Using Action buses is a cost effective transport option. and there is no need to find a carpark and pay for parking.

Leave the car for free at the Park and Ride at Kirkpatrick Street and catch the Route 182 bus for a 15 minute ride directly to Civic. There is a bus every half hour both into and out of the city.

MY WAY Card and FARES – ACTION Buses use a MyWay smartcard prepaid ticketing system as well as accepting cash fares. If you are a concession holder or a senior travel is free in off peak periods.

YOUR VERY OWN CHAUFFEUR AWAITS !!

Feb 232017
 

In broad terms Council welcomes the proposal and believes that it will bring a number of benefits to the Weston Creek and Molonglo communities.  Council does have a few concerns over access from Warragamba Avenue and the Bi-Centennial Trail Crossing.  Council is also pleased with the discussions with Officials in relation to where this Park should be located. Continue reading »

Feb 192017
 

The roundabout would be built at the arrowhead in the concept image. Photo: Supplied

Members of Weston Creek Community Council will raise concerns about a roundabout planned to link the Canberra Brickworks precinct to a busy thoroughfare at this week’s meeting.

The roundabout plan was submitted in October last year as the best option for a new access road connecting the brickworks precinct to Dudley Street.

Under the feasibility and concept design report prepared for the Land Development Agency by Cardno, it was recommended the roundabout be built close to Dudley Street’s intersection with Cotter Road. Continue reading »