Council catch up: recent Town of Cambridge decisions

Floreat. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Floreat. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

CAMBRIDGE Council decisions from the August 27 meeting:

  • WRITE to the State Government seeking funding support to accelerate tree planting programs.
  • APPROVE a request for tender for construction of pedestrian works at City Beach on Challenger Parade and Fred Burton Way.
  • CONDUCT annual training sessions to pre-qualify Town residents to be able to perform tasks associated with ushering at Quarry Amphitheatre in an effort to encourage local applicants.
  • TRIAL a community event partnership program to provide opportunities for non-profit groups to apply for funding to co-partner community events.
  • WORK with Landgate and indigenous stakeholder groups to identify any significant Aboriginal name places within the Town as requested by State Government.
  • REPLACE the bowling green at Lake Monger Recreation Centre at a cost of $135,000.
  • EXEMPT Access Housing Australia from paying rates on two properties in Wembley, which it uses to provide subsidised accommodation.
  • DONATE $4597.44 held in trust from money raised by Cambridge Youth Network, which the Town closed in May, to Perth Inner City Youth Service.


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