Thursday, 6 August 2020
Dear Friends and Owners of Unley,
Jobs were disappearing even before Covid-19 and our grandchildren are now being lumbered with debt. Your Council is acting…. Forming partnerships and building opportunities for both young and old. (Called “mature” in PC speak) See Village Green story. As we distance our local liveability, our parks, our shaded streets and our local community are even more important to get right
Pride they say comes before a fall. I am proud of this Council. Issues are being dealt with and all voices are respected. 2020 is not easy… from zero overall rate increase yet rising costs…. From a loss of trees with the loss of control of planning rules…. Job creation with start-ups……. I hope you find the Spring 2020 newsletter interesting
Ruining our footpaths?
You choose the best...!
Village Green Plans
Rates Rise O%, How?
Angus sells peaches
Unley Life, a waste or?
Everard Park to Glen Osmond nature trail?
Thank you for your support and Ideas.
Monday, 18 May 2020
First Video effort - Mike Turtur bikeway and budget 2021Video link Budget 2021 Mike Turtur Bikeway Right click on the links and then open to see an amateur Mayor present the latest on Unley Council happenings. To have your say by May 21st go to Budget 2021 have your say and see the budget. At least I dressed up for the occasion. Email you comments! firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 3 May 2020
Winter 2020 news
Thank you for your support, ideas with open and honest feedback. So much of our strategy is thanks to the contributions you have made and how this is to be applied, I hope will make.
Sunday, 1 March 2020
Autumn 2020 news...
Friday, 15 November 2019
The new State Planning rules will affect us all. Will local councils have any role in shaping our local communities? Or will councils be blamed for the problems that arise.... hot and dry? No trees on private property? High-rise next door overlooking us? Developers following State wide rules or getting special deals from the State Minister? Where is the oversight with checks and balances? Or will developers working with their councils be allowed to develop their local plans subject to Ministerial approval? How will the rules governing an approval be enforced? More expensive red-tape or an owner driven low cost compliance?