MCDC

  • New centre plans out to tender

    A NEW hub for Mortlake is on the way.

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  • Community stalwart leaves post

    AFTER nine years of servicing the Mortlake community, Moyne Shire small towns community planning officer Craig Midgley bid farewell to the area last week.

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  • Knowledge and networking

    MORTLAKE’S Olivine Restaurant was abuzz with activity last Friday morning, with the majority of the town’s business community meeting for a special breakfast event.

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  • Community welcomes refurbished centre

    A NEW-LOOK GP clinic is up and running in Mortlake, following refurbishment works completed last week.

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  • Library turns a new page

    THE Mortlake library and information centre will soon make way for a combined community hub.

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  • Minister opens town’s new look

    HEAVY rain did little to quell the excitement around the official opening of the second stage of Mortlake’s streetscape project.

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  • Funding helps boost local projects

    MOYNE Shire Youth Council has been successful in its bid for funding towards further development of the Mortlake skate park.

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  • Streetscape gains state support

    MORTLAKE’S Streetscape project has moved a step closer to completion thanks to a $300,000 grant from the State Government.

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  • MCDC calls for upgrades

    A NEW community centre, upgrades to the Soldier’s Memorial Hall and recreation reserve and a redevelopment of the skate park at Tea Tree Lake were some of the ideas put forward by Mortlake Community Development Committee (MCDC) president Keith Peart at a council meeting last week.

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  • VicRoads says 10,000 vehicles the only way for signs

    FUNDRAISING efforts for St Colman’s electronic flashing speed signs would be in vain, with the school deemed ineligible for the lights, even if the community raised the required funds.

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