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News and Current Consultations
The Independent Local Government Review Panel has recommended major local government reforms, including proposals for council amalgamations.
Marrickville Council seeks our community’s views to form its position on the recommendations.
by C&E Coord 9 May 2013, 6:05pm
Thanks to everyone that attended Council's second annual forum on Wednesday 15 May. What an amazing turn-out Marrickville! It was fabulous to hear from so many passionate members of the community. If you were unable to attend the forum or even if you did attend but have more ideas, please join our online discussion. A full report summarising the feedback will be posted on this site shortly.
by C&E Coord 6 Mar 2013, 11:26am | 24 comments
by C&E Coord 9 Nov 2012, 3:30pm
Towards zero waste! We need to look at waste differently and your feedback will help Council develop new ways of managing and reusing materials that we would normally simply have thrown away. As a whole community we have to avoid creating rubbish, and recover and reuse as much material as we can.
There is simply no time to waste! Council would like to understand what you know about waste, how important it is to you and what you do in your household…. so please get involved and have your say today.
by admin 25 Aug 2012, 6:36am
The Jack Shanahan Reserve, widely known as the Dulwich Hill Skate Park, will be upgraded in 2013. Council consulted the community late last year and used the feedback to develop concept plans.
Further comment is now sought on the following proposed changes to the tennis court and basketball court.
- Creation of a multi-use court by installing a basketball hoop and line-markings on the existing tennis court
- Creation of a new street skate area in place of the existing basketball court
by admin 25 Aug 2012, 6:30am
In direct response to considerable community interest and grass-roots activism, Marrickville Council has adopted a new approach to verge management and maintenance. Verges, also known as nature-strips are important areas of public land that have the potential to provide ecosystem services and help create more liveable spaces.
An ongoing process of collaboration with the community to manage and maintain footpath gardens will see more sustainable streetscapes emerge.
by admin 4 Jun 2012, 2:47pm | 24 comments