Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Autumn News


Dear Friends and Owners of Unley,
              Please find attached Michael’s Autumn News… the good news
  1. Council voted against an amendment that allowed rates to be more than 2.1% and more than 1% above CPI. Rates in budget approved for consultation is a 2.1% increase.
    1. Surplus 5% used to pay down debt
    2. Trees were well supported with $711,000 budget for year one of the plan.
  2. King William Road design is all complete and a contractor appointed.
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With my best wishes,
                                Michael
       0439 752 867


Mayor Michael Hewitson AM


Sunday, 3 March 2019

Late Summer News and Unley Oval

Dear Friends and Owners of Unley,

Lifechangers and Unley council are exploring the funding and completion of the development of the Jack Oatey stand.   Please click on the link to find out more
Councils unanimous vote and the proposal














Newsletter Contents.
Closing dates loom for the Young Entrepreneurs program and application for community grants.
Also attached is a very late item that did not make the newsletter which also is about young people. It does involve the Unley Oval Oatey Grandstand  providing a home to Life changes and being a community resource that will also be available to Sturt on match days. 
Rate Target  2020
Future Entrepreneurs
Public Art
Safe to  Walk & Cycle
Community Grants
Black Forest Pr. 100yr
Milan 2°C cooler

Late Summer newsletter 2019



Wednesday, 20 February 2019

100 Years Old


Black Forest Primary School Centenary

When the School began in February 1919 we were told that Black Forest was so heavily treed that you could not see the sky! It was a great pleasure to attend and start the tree replanting with students in period costume! In the Mayor's report at the moment you can not put in any photos of yourself, nor have any ideas, opinions or express concerns. In March, Council are reviewing our meeting procedures. I hope Council will encourage and allow their constituents to know  their opinions and concerns and can represent you formally in writing. It will be interesting to see how this works out. I wore the Mayoral chains which were originally in use 125 years ago. 

The First photo shows the tree planted and a picture for Mum, the second the student leaders helping!