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August Meeting


There was another good turnout at Three Anchors on 3rd August, for wide ranging and lively discussion on issues and projects relevant to ‘our patch’.

Tony Ward from the City’s Ranger Services will work with some MBG volunteers on a dog owner education program in an effort to make the Dog Beach cleaner and more pleasant for users.

Landcorp’s draft Preferred Concept Plan for the Middleton Beach Activity Centre (aka Esplanade site) was available for us to ponder – it should by now be available on Landcorp’s website.

Chris Gunby continues his fantastic war against weeds around Middleton Beach, most recently on COA land at the southern end of the golf course. Take a look at his report to the City on the voluntary work he has done over the past 12 months, and if you’d like to see the diagrams he refers to in his report, or you would like to give him a hand, he can be contacted on

Weeds. Final Report 2014-15

hris has also provided  a further update on our Entry Statement project, so that those who participated in the survey in particular are kept informed.

Entry statement update July 8

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