Murrindindi Shire’s pools form an important part of local communities, and it’s not just about cooling down on hot summer days.
This week, Murrindindi Shire celebrated NAIDOC Week.
Murrindindi Shire Council recently discussed a proposal from the Kinglake Cemetery Trust to amend the Shire’s Planning Scheme. It was rejected and the community is calling for a new proposal.
Ratepayers not satisfied by local councils and rogue Councillors will be able to demand a Commission of Inquiry.
At its monthly meeting on Wednesday 24 April, Murrindindi Shire Council adopted the 2018-2028 Recreation and Open Space Strategy.
Victoria’s local government rating system will be “put under the microscope,” to ensure local councils are held accountable to ratepayers.
Murrindindi Shire decided to withdraw from providing aged and disability services at its meeting on Wednesday 27 March following a strategic review of policy.
In stark contrast to Nillumbik Shire, Murrindindi Shire will endorse a withdrawal of Council from the direct provision of Aged and Disability services funded through the Commonwealth Government and the Victorian Government on Wednesday 27 March.
Kinglake will receive $750,000 from the coalition government to match Labor’s pledges in the lead up to this year’s federal election the Minister for Regional Services, Senator Bridget McKenzie announced today.
Murrindindi Shire has launched a new ‘Grants and Contributions Program’ to streamline how and when shire businesses and community groups can apply for support.