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Public Meeting – Gungahlin Community Council – Wednesday 9th April, 2008

By Jonathon Reynolds 7 April 2008 1

The April GCC meeting will be held on Wednesday 9 April 2008. The venue is the Palmerston Community Centre, next to the Palmerston shops, Tiptree Crescent. Meetings are held the on second Wednesday of every month (except January) starting at 19:30. Here’s a map of the meeting location.  At this months meeting: 

  •       David Dawes, Deputy Chief Executive – Business and Projects Division, ACT Chief Ministers Department will provide an update on the Town Centre Master Plan Review and a number of issues he took on notice in February.
  •       ACTION delegates will advise on the new bus service routes approved recently, implementation timing, and on a communication plan to promote them.
  •       Mick George, Vice President – Gungahlin Jets Australian Football Club and Joe Cortese, to explore options for working with GCC to grow their club and Australian football in Gungahlin, as well as to promote all other sports in the area.


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B.Thomson 2:24 pm 08 Apr 08

Why bother when nothing gets done and nobody implements anything anyway? I’ve only lived in Canberra for a year and I’m already planning my exit strategy. These public transport changes are the final nail in the coffin. Unlike Action (who apparently believe that at least 30 minutes of extra travel every day is an improvement), I can see the writing on the wall. If I’m still here in two years it will only be because I’ve undergone a full frontal lobotomy. No public transport, no fast broadband, one of the highest levels of smoking per head of population in Australia and one of the highest costs of living? Sorry for sounding a little disillusioned but I expected more for my $500,000 investment in a supposedly new suburb in the nation’s capital.

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