Bass Coast Local News:
Committee to Play Crucial Role
Bass Coast Shire Council has appointed the members of the Phillip Island and San Remo Design Framework Plan Steering Committee
By Bass Coast Shire Council - 16th July 2001 - Back to News
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Bass Coast Shire Council has appointed the members of the Phillip Island and San Remo Design Framework Plan Steering Committee. Council was successful in attracting Pride of Place funding from the State Government to prepare the Design Framework for Phillip Island and San Remo.
The Committee members are:
Mr. Rendell Born, Trade and Tourism, San Remo
Mr. Own Bentley, Trade – Cowes
Ms Ann Penaluna, Education, Rhyll
Mr. Peter Foden, Business – Rhyll
Ms Ann Davie, Arts, Culture and History
Mr. John McKechnie, Local Government
Ms. Margaret Hancock, Environment/Conservation
Mr. Ray Leivers, Phillip Island Nature Park
Mr. Barry Hearsey, Department of Infrastructure
Mr. Richard Perry, Director of Planning and Environment - Council
Mr. Paul Smith, Manager of Environment – Council
Ms. Sue Porter, Chair and Project Coordinator
"It was pleasing to see there was a tremendous amount of interest to serve on the committee from a wide range of highly experienced people," said Cr. Miranda Sage, Mayor of Bass Coast Shire Council.
Cr. Sage said that Council is very excited about the project and considers it an important opportunity to establish a clear vision for Phillip Island and San Remo and to guide land use and development into the future.
Members of the public can also get involved by taking part in focus groups on specific issues or putting their name on the mailing list for a regular project newsletter. Anyone interested in either of these options should contact Sue Porter or Stephen Foster at Bass Coast Shire Council on (03) 5671 2211 or (03) 5951 3311.
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