PROPOSED ROAD NAME RATIONALISATION
WALTER STREET, BRIDGETOWN
SECTION 26A – LAND ADMINISTRATION ACT 1997
The Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes is proposing to un-name the central unconstructed portion of Walter Street, Bridgetown and rename the most eastern portion of Walter Street as Possum Place. The name ‘Firetail Place’ is proposed as an alternative option should the primary option of ‘Possum Place’ not be supported by Landgate.
A plan and background of the proposed renaming can be inspected at the Shire Office, 1 Steere Street, Bridgetown or available on the Shire’s website at www.bridgetown.wa.gov.au. Written submissions on the proposed renaming should be lodged with the Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes, PO Box 271, Bridgetown WA 6255 on or before Thursday 14 September 2017. All queries should be directed to Michelle Donaldson on 9761 1555 or via email@example.com.
The proposal is advertised for public comment and should not be construed that final approval will be granted.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT
DRAFT LOCAL TRAILS PLAN 2017 – 2022
Council has prepared a draft Local Trails Plan 2017 – 2022 which will
provide strategic direction to assist with Council’s decision making in relation
to service delivery for young people in the community.
Council seeks community feedback on the draft Local Trails Plan 2017 –
2022 prior to considering its formal adoption. Copies of the draft document
can be obtained from the Shire library or on the Shire’s website :
Public submissions on this proposal should be made in writing and
addressed to the CEO, Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes, PO Box 271,
Bridgetown, WA, 6255 and be received no later than 4pm Friday, 20
October 2017. All relevant queries can be directed to the Grant & Services
Manager, Megan Richards, on 97611555 or via email to :
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Tom Otway, Georgia Clifford, Kieran Dearle, Charlise Rock and Maddison Laurance are excited to announce Drug Aware Blooming Wild Foto Fest Project.
This project will be on held in the towns of Northcliffe, Bailingup, Bridgetown, Greenbushes, Nannup, Pemberton and Boyup Brook from the 4th to the 20th of September 2017.
The Blooming Wild Festival is hosting Philip Williams from the Eastern States in September, to travel through the South West and conducting photography workshops with young people.
Each Participant will then have one photo enlarged to A4 size on photo paper. Each town will host an exhibition of works and from these exhibitions a selection of photos will be chosen to be exhibited at the 2018 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
In the first workshop Philip will lead students through the elements of a good photo, and then they will walk through the bush taking photos.
Philip Williams is a professional photographer, who focuses of teaching youth how taking good photos, this can be either a beneficial hobby, or may also lead to a successful career.
People need to bring their own camera i.e. Mobile phones, Digital point and shoot cameras, DSLR, Mirrorless, etc. Anything you’ve got that will take photos well.
The recommended age ranges for people to attend are between the years of 12- 26. Entry is free!
“This is a one in a lifetime opportunity to possibly have your work to be exhibited in an international exhibition” quotes Charlise Rock, one of our project coordinators.
For more information about how to be a part of this project please visit the Blooming Wild Festival’s web site at: www.bloomingwild.com.au or contact Wendy Eiby
on 0434 811 474 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a Smoke, Alcohol, and Drug free event
This project has been proudly sponsored by Country Arts WA and by Healthway to promote the Drug Aware message.
“Take photos not drugs”.
For Media inquires or further information
Wendy Eiby on 0434 811 474
This Program is Proudly Supported by
Country Arts WA, Drug Aware, and Healthway
The Greenbushes Community Resource Centre has been serving the community of Greenbushes since 1995.