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Jon Stanhope at Gungahlin Community Council Public Meeting

By Felix the Cat - 10 October 2007 4

I meant to post this earlier but got sidetracked!

The September Meeting of the GCC will be held at the Palmerston Community Hall on Wednesday 10th October at 7:30.

Jon Stanhope is the special guest at this week’s meeting. Show the government you care about Gungahlin by attending the meeting.

Visit the GCC website to get further information on topics that will be addressed. http://www.gcc.asn.au

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Jon Stanhope at Gungahlin Community Council Public Meeting
Gungahlin Al 12:38 pm 15 Oct 07

No Thumper he didn’t. We had his ear for a full hour, and five “suits” stayed on for a further hour after that to thrash things out further.

In addition we received an on the spot commitment from his Deputy Chief Executive David Dawes to return to our February meeting with LDA and ACTPLA reps to workshop the planning around the entire Gungahlin town centre, which we’ve been saying is something direly needed if we are to preserve some land from the never-ending sprawl of townhouses so some actual jobs can be created and reduce the need to commute out.

Jonathon Reynolds 9:50 am 11 Oct 07

In a first for the GCC the entire presentation was captured on video. I am in the process of loading it up for YouTube (which is a bit slower than I first anticipated).

As soon as it goes up it will be available from the GCC website (and I’ll post a story here on RiotACT as well)

Thumper 8:03 am 11 Oct 07

Did he put on his angry voice whenever anyone said anything he didn’t agree with?

You’ve got to love a benevolent dictator.

Pandy 11:33 pm 10 Oct 07

Was he asked about light rail?

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