I do not condone vandalism of election material.
If you believe in freedom of speech, permit candidates to speak their piece, and allow voters to make up their own minds. If you don’t agree with a candidate, DON’T DEFACE their material. Use the most powerful weapon at your disposal to say so – USE YOUR VOTE! #Useyourvote
The Zebra crossing at the Maylands Train Station (on Railway Parade) may have seemed a 'logical' placement to the planners. Reality is that it is not a logical placement for human nature when the exit points from the station are located 25m away either side of the crossing. Throw that in with speeding cars that rarely stop at the crossing for the few that use it and it is recipe for disaster. The whole area between the two exits from the train station needs to be a crosswalk
In 2002 the WHO set out a policy framework for Active Ageing, so why does the City of Bayswater not have a specific "Active Ageing Plan"? I am committed to ensuring that an Active Ageing strategic plan and policy is put in place.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) identified that many communities worldwide have a larger proportion of older people than ever before. A sustained period of low birth rates combined with longer life spans means that both the proportion and number
Parking has an impact on almost every part of our lives including the vibrancy of our businesses, how much exercise we get and real estate values. We all know that Maylands has a parking problem. We have commuters that park in residential streets and even in the business district - all day (just to name the most prominent problem).
The City needs to have a multifaceted car parking strategy. A smart system will plan for our future! The city would need to look at parking meter
Early last year, the City was invited by the Federal Government to apply for CCTV funding (under the Safer Streets program). The grant application was successful and resulted in $298,034 in funds to put towards CCTV in the Morley Galleria and Maylands Business CBD. The end result will be approximately 30 CCTV cameras along 8th Avenue and Guildford Road.
Whilst I think that CCTV has a role to play in crime minimisation, CCTV cameras also have the potential of creating uninten