Murrindindi Shire has endorsed changes to local planning schemes to align with a new state planning structure.
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.
Murrindindi Shire struggling to maintain over 600 kilometres of unsealed (gravel) roads.
Murrindindi Shire established a tender process to set up a panel of selected media advertising providers with two year contracts to provide publication of council news and public notices.
Murrindindi Shire has launched a new ‘Grants and Contributions Program’ to streamline how and when shire businesses and community groups can apply for support.
A proposal to rename Kinglake West and Pheasant Creek into a single township name had 276 responses, with 79 per cent rejecting the idea. The proposal seems unlikely to pass.
With the hot summer months upon us, Murrindindi Shire Council is urging all residents to review their bushfire prevention and preparation plans.
“The article and headline contain allegations about Council which are entirely baseless,” a letter sent to Kinglake Ranges News by Shire CEO Craig Lloyd states.
Murrindindi Shire Council is seeking residents feedback on a request from members of the Kinglake West/Pheasant Creek Community for Murrindindi to consider renaming the areas of Kinglake West and Pheasant Creek to the single name of Kinglake West-Pheasant Creek.