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LOCAL PRESS REPORTS COUNCIL RESPONSE TO SURVEY

11 August 2020

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BCRRA conducted an online survey between 21st May and 21st June 2020 to gauge the community’s current feelings about Council. You can view or download the results and recommendations here.

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CHANGES TO GOVERNANCE AT BCSC

22 July 2020

Bass Coast Shire Council called on the community to provide feedback on its Draft Governance Rules which they must adopt by 1 September 2020.
You can find details here https://www.basscoast.vic.gov.au/about-council/council-meetings-information

This was an opportunity to help shape the way Council delivers public question time, as well as the timelines and conduct of its meetings.

BCRRA has put a submission in to Council which you can read here.

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BCRRA MAKES A SUBMISSION TO COUNCIL ON THE DRAFT ANNUAL BUDGET 2020/21

21 July 2020

After reviewing the Council’s Draft Budget, BCRRA has put in a submission which you can read in full here.
There will be a special meeting of Council at 11.00am on Wednesday, 29 July 2020 to consider submissions, and the Final 2020/21 Budget will be presented at the Ordinary Council Meeting on Wednesday, 19 August for adoption, along with the outcomes of any submissions.
For more information, please see Council’s website here

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CONCERNS OVER RISING WASTE CHARGES

July 7, 2020

BCRRA is concerned about more Waste charge increases – click here for a larger view of this article

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PANDEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

June 5, 2020

Covid-19 has changed all our lives. We hope you are keeping safe and well in these uncertain times.

Bass Coast Shire Council has worked with South Gippsland Shire Council, the Latrobe Health Assembly, the South Coast Primary & Community Partnership and local service providers to develop a resource booklet for the community. This provides information on local services and supports available during this difficult time, and how best to contact them.  You can download a copy of the booklet here.

(Should this link fail to work, please check Council’s web page here.)

We would like to thank the community for the support they are providing to each other and to also extend our thanks to service providers who have continued to support the community through these difficult times.