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Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan draft open for input

We've come up with a new four-year plan to help improve health and wellbeing in our municipality. An extensive community consultation program was undertaken to help develop the five key priority areas and associated actions in the plan. We are now seeking your input on the draft. Submissions close 21 July 2017.

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Community input shapes major plans to lay strong foundation for next four years

Mitchell Shire Council’s next Council Plan, Budget and Strategic Resource Plan have been adopted following five months of community consultation.

Council agrees to sell land to make way for ambulance station in Broadford

Broadford’s first ambulance station has moved a step closer, with Council agreeing to sell a parcel of land to the State Government.

Input sought on draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan

Mitchell Shire Council has developed a new four-year plan to help improve health and wellbeing in our municipality and we want your input.

Vital Maternal and Child Health Service marks 100 years

It’s hard to imagine that just over 100 years ago, about 10 per cent of all babies died before their first birthday.

Major improvement in satisfaction survey results but still a long way to go

The results from the 2017 Community Satisfaction Survey are in with improvements across all core performance and service areas.

Earthcore 2017 (June Council meeting)

A request for consent to host the 2017 Earthcore festival was presented to the June Council Meeting for consideration. The request for written consent was made outside the timelines of the permit, did not include all the plans required and was for dates that weren’t covered in the original permit. On advice, this means that the request falls outside of the consent provisions of the permit and Council has no authority to grant it. Even if Council did have authority to grant the request, it would be refused due to significant concerns about patron safety, illegal drug use, traffic management, security and noise that have not been addressed.

Railway Place road works minor disruptions

Pavement rehabilitation works in Railway Place in Seymour are due to commence on Wednesday 21 June 2017. The works are expected to take three days. Traffic control will be in place and bus stops in Railway Place will be temporarily relocated further along Railway Place during the works.

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