I have been busy writing submissions, however one I didn’t post in the hope it wouldn ‘t forewarn some councillors that the Nursery Mattered… alas they voted down to actually supply what you were promised when first asked to accept an environment levy. Worst was that a non resident spoke so vehemently against it based on one attendance at a meeting that a number of us had been attending and supporting for 8-10 years. So here are my last two submissions, sadly mine was the only one received by council for the Operations and delivery program draft and as today is the last day for the community halls one I can only hope I am not the only person attempting to save our community halls from sale or as they’re calling it rationalisation.
6th December, 2016 Liverpool CBD DCP amendment 25:
2.12.16 Georges River precinct Master plan submission…here LCC Submission Georges River Precinct
Submission re the 2014/15 budget.
12.6.13 Code of Meeting – proposed changes to say NO to: https://signe4liverpool.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/12-6-13-18-1-18-4-code-of-meeting-changes.pdf
My submission to the draft Operational Plans 29.5.13 click here:
I understand although the due date was the 29th submissions are still being accepted … don’t delay 😉
to read my comments on the draft Revenue Pricing Policy & Delivery Program click here
please feel free to share your ideas with me.
28.3.12 Reclassification of 1 Hoxton Park Road. click here
22.2.12 Pye Hill Development submission click here
Graffiti submission 10.1.12
13.12.11 Submission re the intermodal.. a brain dump of ideas
27-29.11.11 Feedback forms for local parks in the LGA, very interesting to see the manner of work being projected for parks in different areas:
29.11.11 My submission regarding the Voluntary Planning Agreement doc re development of sites in Warwick Farm by the Australian Turf club… here
21.10.11 Submission for Coopers Paddock rezoning here..:
5.9.11 Today the submissions regarding the Intermodal Site at Moorebank are due, attached is my submission, albeit a little ‘scattered’ I hope I’ve covered the many issues attached to this mega monster proposal. Here
here is the response from the Dept of Planning (oops sent on FLG Sign off) EPBC 2011 6086
22.8.11 Submission for the Upgrade of the Intersection of Governor Macquarie Drive and Munday Street intersection
10.8.11 Submission re: DA for Hume Hwy & Gov. Macquarie Drive, Munday St.
support with conditions: 10.8.11 AJC Munday Hume &Gov Mac submission
5.7.11 the Cabramatta Creek wetlands Project is a joint venture for Liverpool City council and Fairfield City council. This project is a 10 year vision for the area and as this is the largest single wetland body on Cabramatta Creek and the species of flora and fauna is extensive, we should do all we can to protect, educate and enjoy this asset. click here to read my submission.
27.6.11 Collingwood precinct plan of Management submission: for those who may be interested this is what I sent to council, I’m confident people with a greater knowledge locally will be able to add significantly to this:
25.5.11 submission for Operational Plan
Please find attached my submission (letter) to council re the 2010 Draft Managment plan… I value your comments and suggestions and hope that you too have advised council of any concerns/ideas you have also
Some of you may be aware that I resigned my membership of the Liverpool Action Group. I’ve attached my resignation for your information and I do hope that if I can assist any of the members individually they don’t hesitate to contact me.
If you are curious to know what I said to Council on the 15th regarding Trees and preservation please click on the link for a draft of what I said…. I follow closely but not 100% but this will give you an idea.
Draft Graffiti Policy submission 9.09 read here for my submission to the Liverpool Draft Graffiti Policy.
Click here to read my submission regarding the Management Plan– submitted 2.6.09
As you all know I am strongly against the Proposed 9% increase in rates or the Council borrowing an additional $5m for infrastructure works. Please feel free to read my submission. Your comments are welcome.
Casula petition click on this link to download the petition to help the Residents of Casula Links to get Noise Barriers…then post to
S Lambert 64, St. Andrew’s Blvd, Casula, NSW 2170.
This is not an online petition, this petition needs to be downloaded, signed and posted so as to provide Parliament with original signatures in support of noise barriers along the SSFT.
Thank you for your support, the more signatures, the more State & Federal Politicians’ will take notice. It’s time they knew Liverpool was no longer just a “safe” seat.