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Police patrol Tradies take care

THEFTS from tradies is a “constant issue”, according to Detective Senior Sergeant Shane Cashman, of Kingston CIU. He was speaking after a thief stole $5400 in tools from an Aspendale plumber, 5.30am, Sunday 10 September. The tradie’s Hilux utility was parked in the driveway of his Inlet St property when the thief jemmied open a locked tool box and stole cramping and roofing tools and Makita drills. Detective Cashman urges tradies to engrave their IDs or licence numbers onto tools to make on-selling more difficult.

Business burgled

A MORDIALLOC man who lost his Louis Volutin wallet in Nepean Highway, Mordialloc, discovered later that his credit card had been used in four fraudulent transactions, Wednesday 23 August. These included purchases at an Edithvale service station as well as products online.

Witness intimidated

A GOOD neighbour who photographed two men breaking into an adjoining house was later confronted and intimidated into handing over his phone, 3.25pm, Friday 8 September. The witness, 46, saw three offenders in Hyland St, Mordialloc, in a blue Holden Astra hatch with no number plates. He watched as two jumped a neighbour’s fence and removed flywire screens and then attempted to smash a window without success. The neighbour got his dog and, going outside, took pictures of the men as they scaled the fence and were picked up by the driver in the Astra. Seeing this, the front seat passenger leaned out and threatened the man, demanding he hand over his phone.

A second man got out and attempted to grab the phone, but the man threw it over a fence. The first offender climbed over and found the phone and then demanded the PIN from the witness before they drove off. Police are seeking witnesses to the incident. Call 9556 6111.

Assault ruins night out

A PLEASANT evening listening to the band at a Mordialloc hotel turned nasty for a man who was attacked from behind while standing at the urinal, 11.45pm, Friday 8 September. The man told police he heard someone behind him and half turned before being punched repeatedly until he almost blacked out. When his attacker left the man managed to make his way downstairs where he reported the incident to security staff. He described his attacker – whom he had seen earlier in a downstairs bar with six others – as Caucasian, aged in his 30s, 183cm, 90100kg, bald head and medium-to-fit build. One of the other men also had a bald head. The victim was unaware of any reason for the attack.

Call the cops

A MAN who stole five packs of bourbon from a Carrum Downs liquor outlet told the attendant to “call the police” when she challenged him and then allegedly attempted to shoot a Taser weapon at her. The weapon did not fire in the 2.30am, Monday 4 September robbery. Anyone with information is urged to call Frankston Embona Taskforce 9784 5555.

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Help us deliver great customer service We want to deliver great customer service - it’s at the heart of everything we do. But we need to find a balance between meeting diverse community expectations and budget constraints. To help reach this goal, we’re refreshing our Customer Service Charter. Seize the opportunity to share your thoughts before the survey closes on Friday 15 September. READ MORE yourkingstonyoursay.com.au

AUSTRALIA DAY 2018 AWARDS

The annual Australia Day Awards recognise and honour the outstanding achievements of citizens and community groups who have made a significant contribution to the local community. Award winners are officially announced at the Australia Day Breakfast on 26 January each year. Nomination categories include: •

Citizen of the Year

Community Group of the Year.

Nominations for 2018 Australian Day Awards close Friday 10 November 2017. Award winners will be officially announced at the Australia Day Breakfast on 26 January 2018. READ MORE kingston.vic.gov.au/australiaday

DALES PARK UPGRADE

Thousands of local senior and junior netballers will soon be enjoying upgraded facilities at Dales Park in Oakleigh South with Council approving a contract for $1 million of improvement works. The project is part of Council’s ongoing investment in women’s sport facilities across the community. Upgrades will include the construction of eight new netball courts, player shelters, perimeter fencing, sports lighting and pavement and connective pathways.

Deadline Sale

Closing Thursday 5th October at 3:00pm 1C Frankston Gardens Drive, Carrum Downs

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LEARN TO SWIM

If you’re planning a summer holiday by the beach or the pool, now’s the time to act to make sure your children are water-safe this summer. Kingston’s Leisure Centres run a range of Learn to Swim options, including weekly classes, school holiday intensive programs or private lessons – all in well-heated indoor pools.

Fabulous Commercial Investment

READ MORE kingston.vic.gov.au/leisurecentres

HAVE YOUR SAY

We always are keen to hear from our community on wide range of projects and initiatives. Council is currently engaging with the community on the following projects: •

Help us deliver great customer service

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New Lease from July 2017

Exposure to Frankston Dandenong Road

Gross rental return of $24,204 pa Exceptional reliable tenant

Close to Peninsula Link, Eastlink, freeway and major arterial roads

Building area approx. 123m2

Car parking on site

9775 1535 nicholscrowder.com.au

City of Kingston’s online portal for community engagement where you are welcome to share your thoughts, opinions and ideas on a range of projects and issues in your community.

Linda Ellis 0400 480 397 Michael Crowder 0408 358 926

1 Colemans Rd, Carrum Downs Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone News

13 September 2017

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Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone News 13 September 2017

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