You may have seen the large sign recently erected by the City at Ingles Reserve in Bayswater where a number of trees have been poisoned. As a result of this poisoning, which is an irresponsible act of wanton vandalism, several of the trees on this riverside reserve have died. Trees have an important role to play in the riverine ecosystem and they are a valuable asset to the whole of our community, so their loss impacts us all. Unfortunately, such attacks are all too frequent
Tonight Council resolved that: Council endorses that Officers will prepare a further report regarding the development and implementation of a comprehensive community engagement process that includes all relevant stakeholders to explore future options for Maylands Waterland.
This process will not start until the new financial year, and the park will remain in operation during the community engagement process.
I'm looking forward to seeing what you all have to say about the
I spent a bit of time down at Maylands Waterland today talking to the patrons and staff. I will be there again tomorrow (lunch time) if anyone wishes to come down and see me to have a chat.
I would like to clear a few things up. Whilst one option does mention "Do Nothing" (Option 1) and another option is "Close Facility" (Option 3), neither of these options are supported by the Officers.
Option 1 and 3 are NOT supported by me.
I want the community to have a voice. I want
At the next Council meeting (Tuesday 8 March)
Item 11.1 Maylands Waterland - Future of Facility
I am supportive of the Officers Recommendation. What are your thoughts on the future of Maylands Waterland?
Full report starts on page 55 here http://www.bayswater.wa.gov.au/…/…/2/OCM-Agenda-08032016.pdf Eta: Officers Recommendation is: That Council endorses that Officers will prepare a further report regarding the development and implementation of a comprehensive community enga