|Posted by antonellaceli on January 22, 2015 at 12:25 AM|
Have Your Say on the Mornington Peninsula Shire Asset Management Policy and Asset Management Strategy currently on public exhibition.
What Assets are we talking about?
The Council is responsible for public owned Infrastructure assets such as roads, bridges, pathways, as well as Cultural assets like public libraries and recreational facilities that enhance the quality of life in the local community and provide much needed program and services to those living in our region.
Currently the Shire's infrastructure assets have a current replacement cost of more than $1.6 billion dollars. .
Why do we need a Policy?
The Shire is responsible for and must plan for the acquisition, operation, maintenance, monitoring, renewal, upgrade, expansion and in some cases, disposal.of publicly owned assets because of this an Asset Management Policy and Strategyis needed to outline best practice in management of these assets to provide the best outcomes for the community and the region.
Click on the hyperlink and give the Shire your feedback.
|Posted by antonellaceli on May 28, 2013 at 10:05 AM|
Your feedback is welcome! The Shire has just released the Draft Shire Strategic Plan 2013-17. Opinions, thoughts and feedback on the draft can be submitted to Council until 11 June, 2013. Feel free to contact if you have any questions. Click on this link to access the draft and find submissioncontact details:
|Posted by antonellaceli on May 28, 2013 at 10:00 AM|
The Shire has just released the Proposed Budget 2013-14 for exhibition.
An information session on the Proposed Budget will be held at the Rosebud Shire offices on 22nd May at 7pm. Written submissions on the draft can be submitted to Council until 11 June, 2013. If you would like to speak to your written submission let Council know and you can come along to theSection 223 Committee Hearing on 27th June at 4pm at the Rosebud Shire Offices. Feel free to contact if you have any questions.
Click on this link to access the Proposed Budget and find out about submission process and contacts details:
|Posted by antonellaceli on April 25, 2013 at 6:15 AM|
Point Nepean National Park and Quarantine Station Masterplan.
"The Victorian Government has released the Point Nepean National Park Master Plan and announced its intention to run a commercial Expression of Interest to seek private sector investment in development of the historic Quarantine Station precinct."
In years gone by it was mooted that a National Centre for Coasts and Climate educational facility development headed up by a University would compliment the use of the Quarantine Station Precinct.
The Masterplan seeks to place strict parameters around the kind of EOI's that would be accepted for consideration in the development of Point Nepean.
A copy of the Masterplan and answers about the EOI process can be found at this link:
For the media release readon on at this link...
|Posted by antonellaceli on November 20, 2012 at 12:30 AM|
The Draft Disability Action Plan for the Mornington Peninsula Shire is now on public exhibition and community comment and feedback is welcome - if you have any ideas, suggestions, improvements or maybe something that the Council has missed or doesn't know about let Council know. Click on the link for details on how to put forward your submission to Council.
|Posted by antonellaceli on November 17, 2012 at 11:05 PM|
The Shire's Community Plan and Strategic Plan puts forward a Council direction for about four years or more. It is developed through ongoing community consultation and sets out the Shire's goals and outcomes and the strategies used to achieve them. At the start of every Council term, the newly elected Council revises and updates the Community & Strategic Plan. It is a great document to read up on. If you have any feedback or questions about the Community Plan Contact Me
click on this link to read the Community Plan and the Strategic Plan
|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 .