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Declaration of elected Councillors Mornington Peninsula Shire

Posted by antonellaceli on November 1, 2016 at 10:40 PM
Mornington Peninsula Shire Council Elections 2016 - Seawinds Ward results and official declaration of successful candidates. A sincere thank you to the community of the Seawinds ward who voted in support of my re-election to retain my seat as Councillor for the Seawinds Ward. With your civic participation in a democratic election process you helped me to secure 25.4% of the primary vote and to secure the quota required to see me successfully elected into first place. Because of your participation and interest in the election your vote also ensured that I was the only Councillor to achieve this result across the Mornington Peninsula on behalf of the community. What an outstanding effort by all. I also congratulate my fellow Crs elected to the Seawinds Ward Cr Frank Martin and Cr Simon Brooks and I look forward to working alongside them to achieve the best outcomes for Seawinds Ward and also the wider Mornington Peninsula community. The official declaration of all successful candidates of the Mornington Peninsula Shire elections will be held at the Rosebud Municipal Offices, Besgrove Street, Rosebud at 4pm on Wednesday, 2nd November, 2016. You are welcome to attend. Once again, thank you all for your tremendous support towards my re-election and I look forward to serving this community on issues that are important to you. Go Seawinds! For a detailed spreadsheet on the results click on link: https://www.vec.vic.gov.au/results/general/MorningtonPeninsulaSeawindsWard2016Distribution.xls

CELI Antonella Candidate Questionnaire & Answers

Posted by antonellaceli on October 5, 2016 at 9:30 AM

What I have achieved during my current term as Councillor 2010-2016

Posted by antonellaceli on October 5, 2016 at 8:45 AM

A Councillor since 2010 I have worked to achieve many outcomes for the community of the Mornington Peninsula Shire.

•$5.4M investment into Destination Rosebud improvements Jetty Rd precinct, Village Green, Sound Shell, Rosebud streetscape

•Support for the Mornington Peninsula Localised Planning Statement that was the first of four statements to be finalised by the State Government and introduced under Ministerial Direction No. 17 Localised Planning

•New regional nature based playground in Rosebud

Changing Places toilet and change facility for people with a disability

•Improved transport options Route 887 Penbus and Peninsula Transport Assist service for residents

Men’s Shed for Rosebud and Dromana

•Establishment of community gardens Dromana

New toilet amenity at Vern Wright Reserve Rosebud West

•Tootgarook Wetlands Management Plan development through stakeholder engagement.

•Advocacy for the Seawinds Community Hub and Rosebud West Action Plan initiatives

•Advocacy and support for local learning and employment opportunities for young people through FMLLEN and Chisholm SMP Scholarships.

•Advocacy for repairs and upgrade at Dromana Preschool

•Rosebud West shopping precinct maintenance of tree plantings, street furniture and sealing of unmade car park.

•Footpaths for Rosebud West & Tootgarook included in the MPS Footpath Strategy

Fresh Food Access SecondBite program Rosebud

•Safety Beach Foreshore Placemaking Project

•Masterplan development for new Pavilion at Olympic Park Rosebud

•Support for the new chairlift at Arthurs Seat

•Advocacy to State and Federal Government to securing funding for roads, streetscape and township infrastructure

•Served as Mayor in 2014

•Council Delegate to the All Abilities Consultative Committee ■Arts and Culture Advisory Panel (Chair) ■Communities That Care (CTC) ■Health & Wellbeing Committee (Chair) ■MAV Professional Development Committee ■MAV Human Resources Committee ■Mornington Peninsula Cemetery Trust ■Mornington Peninsula Literacy Villages Advisory Committee (Chair) ■Mornington Peninsula Regional Tourism ■Peninsula Advisory Committee for Elders (PACE) ■Pet and Pony Expo ■Positive Ageing Steereing Committee (Chair) ■Sustainable Communities - Tidy Town and Clean Beaches Awards ■Triple A Housing Policy Reference Group (Chair)

•100th Year Anniversary ANZAC First Shot Commemoration Speech at Pt Nepean

•Supported the adoption of many Council plans, strategies and policies:

Disability Action Plan

Positive Ageing strategy

Health & Wellbeing Plan

Arts & Culture strategy

Carbon Neutral Policy

Economic Development Strategy

Marine Precincts Plan.

 

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Posted by antonellaceli on October 5, 2016 at 8:40 AM


Commitment to the Prevention of Family Violence

Posted by antonellaceli on February 1, 2015 at 6:20 PM

Mornington Peninsula Shire boosts commitment to prevention of family violence

The Statement of Commitment for the Prevention of Family Violence was endorsed by Council at its meeting on the 24th of November.

http://www.mornpen.vic.gov.au/Whats_On/News/Mornington_Peninsula_Shire_boosts_commitment_to_prevention_of_family_violence

The Statement of Commitment to the Prevention of Family Violence outlines that the Shire will enable and promote;

•The Mornington Peninsula Shire community as a safe place and act to eliminate violence in all its forms;

•Relationships between all members of the community are respectful and promote the rights of men, women and children to live free from violence;

•That women, men and children have the opportunity to participate equally in all spheres of public and private life without fear or discrimination.

•Increase awareness of family violence as a key social and health issue

The implementation plan will provide a framework for the Shire to work in partnership with relevant support agencies to assist in the prevention of family violence.

Helpful contacts:

•If you are in immediate danger contact the Police on: 000

Phone services:

•Women’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service: 1800 015 188

•Talk it over Men’s Line Australia: 1300 78 99 78

•Peninsula Family Violence Program: 5971 9454 (business hours)

•Kid’s Helpline: 1800 55 1800

 

Experience of Violence in Australia & ABS 2012 Personal Safety Survey Results

Posted by antonellaceli on January 30, 2015 at 12:55 AM

 

 

The ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics) released the ABS 2012 Personal Survey Results in December 2013.

With renewed community interest, discussion and debate it is becoming more relevant to take a look at the survey results and identify the areas where violence is more prevalent in our society.

The Flagpost article summarises the findings of the Results.provides a link to the survey and relevant statistics and tables of collected data.

As a sample in the experience of violence for males and females since the age of 15 the following is noted from the results:

•An estimated 3,018,700 (35.7%) men did not know the perpetrator. For those men who did know their perpetrator (2,255,900) (26.6%) it was most likely an acquaintance or neighbour (873,600) (10.3%), friend (402,000) (4.7%) or previous partner (336,300) (4%).

 

* women were far more likely to experience violence by a known person (3,106,500) (36.6%), either by a partner (1,479,900) (11.2%) (current or previous) or boyfriend/girlfriend/date (990,700) (11.3%)." refer table 4

 

 

 

 

 

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Victorian parliamentary specialists head to Fiji.

Posted by antonellaceli on January 27, 2015 at 7:55 PM

Four Victorian parliamentary advisers are travelling to Suva to provide assistance to the new Fiji Parliament as it enters its first full year of operation after historic elections last year.

http://createsend.com/t/t-E895BE041704770D

Melbourne's Vital Signs in 2014 what are they?

Posted by antonellaceli on January 27, 2015 at 7:15 PM

Melbourne's Vital Signs in 2014 what are they?

A report commissioned by the Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation measures the quality of life, health and wellbeing of residents and identifies current and emerging community issues in the Foundation’s Impact Areas of Homelessness, Ageing, Youth, Food Security, Environment, Arts and Health.

http://www.communityindicators.net.au/files/docs/Vital%20Signs%20Report%20Final.pdf

Melbourne's Vital Signs in 2014 what are they?

Posted by antonellaceli on January 27, 2015 at 7:15 PM

Melbourne's Vital Signs in 2014 what are they?

A report commissioned by the Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation measures the quality of life, health and wellbeing of residents and identifies current and emerging community issues in the Foundation’s Impact Areas of Homelessness, Ageing, Youth, Food Security, Environment, Arts and Health.

http://www.communityindicators.net.au/files/docs/Vital%20Signs%20Report%20Final.pdf