The following letter was sent to all households in the 3930 postcode. The advertising period for this application expires on 15th May however the Council have confirmed that late submissions, up to the time the application is determined, will be taken into consideration. I am writing to draw your attention to a town planning application to redevelop the former Mount Eliza Business School site in Kunyung Road, Mount Eliza, into a retirement village. I have
Author: Steve Holland
During these unprecedented times, we have unfortunately had to temporarily close the electorate office, however, we are working remotely. Should you need assistance with any issue please feel free to get in touch on 03 5975 4799 or at firstname.lastname@example.org It’s important that we follow directions from government to maintain social distancing and to avoid activities that risks the spread of Coronavirus. Please see below some useful links. For more information on financial assistance:https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/subjects/affected-coronavirus-covid-19 For
The Mornington community is encouraged to commemorate our servicemen and women from home this year. All public ANZAC Day services have been cancelled this year as we all continue to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19, but David Morris MP urged the community to still come together to reflect and remember. “This year’s ANZAC Day is going to be like no other, with traditional services not proceeding and the opportunity to attend
This fact sheet provides information regarding the support available to businesses in response to the disruption caused by COVID-19. It is organised into the following sections: Section 1. Federal Government Support – page 1Section 2. Victorian Government Support – page 5Section 3. Other Support – page 7Section 4. Restrictions on Operations – page 8
Mornington MP, David Morris, has called on the Andrews Government to abandon plans for a massive expansion of the existing quarry operations on the slopes of Arthur’s seat. Speaking in Parliament this week Mr Morris said plans indicated that 70 million tonnes of granite were planned to be extracted from the site.
Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (12:47): I am pleased to rise to open the second-reading debate on the Forests Legislation Amendment (Compliance and Enforcement) Bill 2019. This is not a terribly complicated piece of legislation. As I think the explanatory memorandum says, this is about making a number of changes to the regulation of timber harvesting and firewood collection, and that is a fair summary of the contents of the bill. Before I start to move into the