Murrindindi Shire Council is calling for names for its first recycling and reuse shops at the Yea and Alexandra and transfer stations and while it’s unlikely the names “Tippy McTipface” and Wastey McWasteface” will get a guernsey, Council is confident the community will come up with some great ideas.
Murrindindi Shire Council has opened its first ever round of Business and Tourism Innovation Grants. This round opens tomorrow, Wednesday, February 14 and closes 3pm Wednesday, March 14.
Murrindindi Shire is home to a new Insurance Australia Group (IAG) project seeking to build community resilience to natural disasters.
For those who take only an ordinary interest in politics, the drama over citizenship and eligibility to be a member of parliament has been puzzling. Surely these people looked at the rule book, the Australian Constitution, before deciding to stand for election? Why were their nominations accepted if they weren’t qualified?
Kinglake resident Vicki Ruhr who survived the Black Saturday bushfires has called on a controversial Invasion Day speaker to publicly apologise for her “hateful” comments.
The first round of funding opens in a few weeks with Murrindindi Shire Council voting in favour of establishing a Business and Tourism Innovation Grants program – to grow investment and jobs, from new and existing businesses, in the Shire.
Murrindindi Shire is set on a strong and steady course towards meeting its 2017-2021 four-year Council Plan goals Mayor Charlie Bisset said.
Murrindindi Shire will consider a proposed ‘Business and Tourism Innovation Grants’ policy at the January 24 Council meeting in Yea.
Funding of up to $50,000 (per application) will be made available from an pool of $280,000 this (2017-18) financial year if the policy is passed.
Murrindindi Shire rates are due soon and there is now a new and easier “set and forget” way to pay your rates.
With the hot summer months upon us, Murrindindi Shire Council is urging all residents to review their bushfire prevention and preparation plans.