Tag: CoGG

15 November 2017

Post No 16 – By Rusty Council Election – Greater Geelong City Council Council Meeting: Special Cr swear in and office holder election 18:30 Tuesday 14 November 2017 Election from the floor for the Mayor and Deputy Mayor for a term of two years. Nominations for Mayor                        Vote   Cr Bruce Harwood                               […]

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4 November 2017

Post No 15 – By Rusty Who is IN! GGCC – Councillor Election results 2017 Declared V E C 4 November 2017 at 3PM Bellarine Ward 1 Stephanie Asher 2 Jim Mason 3 Trent Sullivan Brownbill Ward 1 Eddy Kontelj 2 Sarah Mansfield 3 Peter Murrihy Kardinia Ward 1 Bruce Harwood 2 Ron Nelson 3 […]

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3 November 2017

Post No 12 – By Rusty GGCC Councillors: Fight for Our Library GRLC: Library – service delivery At the Mitchells Front Page forums on Pulse 94.7FM (Kardinia Ward 10/10/17) a question was posed on the library; Do you support the dismantling of the Geelong Regional Library Corporation being the provider of Library services to Geelong […]

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3 November 2017

Post No 11 – By Rusty   CoGG – Candidates Training Leading up to the Councillor Election of 28 October 2017 potential candidates attended a whole series of seminars.  I did not attend all of the sessions as several were repeats. I did however attend all of the seminars run by the various groups. The […]

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3 November 2017

Post No 10 – By Rusty Surf Coast Shire – Council Meetings Summary At just the time GGCC is bringing back a democratically elected Council they are also limiting the public’s access to engagement and information flow. The Surf Coast Shire has an open informal chat prior to the council meeting of just less than […]

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13 October 2017

Post No 6 – By Rusty CoGG and Victorian Gov’t | Issue: Civic building The first flag to indicate that CoGG had decided the location of the new combined Administration and Civic (let’s just call it the civic building) was in the Central Geelong Community Infrastructure (CGAP) released in June 2017. By renaming the area down towards […]

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11 October 2017

Post No 3 – By Rusty City of Greater Geelong (CoGG) election The new Councillors will have a heavy workload in an attempt to address pressing issues at CoGG. The bureaucrats are rushing on some minor issues and the order of addressing the major issues seems to have slipped in recent months. You only need […]

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