It’s just over 3 years since I put a motion to Council that we investigate Place Manager roles for the City of Bayswater. As a new Councillor at the time, I just couldn’t wrap my head around a Council not investing in their public spaces and supporting community to deliver their visions for their communities.
It’s been just over two years now that the City of Bayswater has had two Place Managers on staff. They both work very hard in helping deliver outcomes for our community
Last year, when pitched the idea of having a festival in some of our laneways, I knew it would help people experience our laneways in a whole different way. The City of Bayswater events team, along with our Place Manager, worked hard to pull the event together, liaising with local businesses.
The event wasn’t perfect, I’d have been shocked if it was. Having done events myself for many years, I know how many things can pop up to put best laid plans to waste. But the City staf
Resolutions from the AGM of Electors In January 2019, Council passed the following motion presented by Mrs Lyn Deering of Bayswater at the AGM of Electors in December 2018. “That Council considers as part of the 2019/20 Budget process an allocation of $30,000 to undertake a Preliminary (environmental) Site Investigation of the Maylands Waterland site and the potentially affected areas.” Council has adopted this and it will be considered as part of the 19/20 Budget. Review to
A lovely thank you morning tea today for 'Project Gift Box' at the Maylands Salvos store. Started as an idea I pitched to the Salvos Regional Manager, and the Area Manager turned to reality when I introduced them to Stephen Delaney from MPA Skills. Stephen came up with the 'Project Gift Box' concept of the love heart polka dot pattern and he along with 2 other trainers and their trainees got to work.
A fantastic end result, demonstrating the strength of connecting people, co