|Posted by antonellaceli on June 22, 2013 at 9:45 AM|
Young sailors competing at McCrae Yacht Club for the
2013 OAMPS Victorian Youth & Junior Regatta.
Seawinds Ward Councillor Antonella Celi added that the McCrae Yacht Club is to be congratulated for encouraging our local and visiting young sailors to excel in the field of junior sailing.
“The mentoring that the Club offers to our young people is exemplary and leads them to excel at National and Olympic levels," she said.
|Posted by antonellaceli on January 13, 2013 at 7:55 AM|
Congratulations to the Winners of the Mornington Peninsula Shire sponsored 1600mtrs Womens & Vets Race at the Rye Gift..
|Posted by antonellaceli on December 20, 2012 at 7:55 AM|
In 2010 residents were concerned about the state of their local reserve at Marshall St, Tootgarook. It was open space so cars would drive on through, rubbish was being dumped there and the vegetation was overgrown. I was approached by the community to do something about it, so with the support of Council officers attention was given to finding a solution in consultation with residents who live there. During the last two years South East Water has used the site as their depot while they were doing sewerage works in Rye, upon vacating the site SEW committed to contribute towards the remediation of the site - that was so good of them to make that offer for the community. A brief masterplan was drawn up for the reserve to turn into a leash free, recreational reserve for the community to enjoy. The remediation of the reserve is progressing slowly but surely.
I was really happy when recently the fencing around the whole reserve was completed - thanks to officer advocacy and SEW monetary contributions. The reserve is now starting to look a lot more decent for the local community to enjoy the leash free and I can't wait for playground and the rest of the amenities to be installed.
|Posted by antonellaceli on November 7, 2012 at 5:35 PM|
For those interested in Horse Riding and Mountain Bike riding on the Mornington Penisula the Draft Roadside Equestrian & Mountain Bike Trails Strategy has now been released and is on exhibition for public comment:
Tell us your thoughts about issues identified in the draft strategy:
- The revision of the "designated trail" network.
- Long distance riding opportunity across the Peninsula
- Vegetation clearance and maintenance along the trails.
- Trail facilities including signage, racks, rails, carparks, guidelines
- The best places to mountain bike ride and horse ride.
Plus much more.....
Community feedback is welcome and submissions will be received until 10th December, 2012.
Click on this link for more information and how to send in your thoughts, comments and feedback .