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Confusing signs: Just a couple of years ago, steel posts identical to these holding up dog signs at Mt Martha Beach North supported “leash-free” signs. Mornington Peninsula Shire has not explained why those signs were taken down or whether they had been placed (and replaced several times) in error. A sign at the top of the track leading to the access stairs, right, indicates there a times when dogs are not allowed on the short strip of beach visited 41 times by shire rangers over summer.

Y O U R I N V I TAT I O N

Fashion

THAT SPARKS

JOY

You’re invited to a fun evening of fashion as we tackle the war on waste whilst assisting women in need on the Mornington Peninsula. THE EVENT Smart Business Solutions together with Clothes 4U Boutique, a not-for-profit organisation providing quality clothing, accessories and toiletries to women in need on the Mornington Peninsula, bring you the brilliant concept of swapping your quality pre-loved clothing with other participants.

HOW IT WORKS Take inspo from de-cluttering legend Marie Kondo and bring along your good quality women’s clothing, accessories, shoes and handbags that no longer spark JOY and exchange them for items that ignite the JOY spark! Don’t have anything to bring? That’s ok too! There will also be an opportunity to purchase fabulous items at very reasonable prices.

event details 27th July 2018 | 6:00pm - 9:00pm Mt Eliza Scout Hall, 4 Ranelagh Drive, Mt Eliza $20 includes wine and finger food.

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Draft Climate Change Community Engagement Strategy The Shire has prepared a Draft Climate Change Community Engagement Strategy that aims to help the community reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to be better prepared for the impacts of climate change. This is a strategy for the community, designed with community input. We encourage you to view the strategy and have your say on the actions it proposes.

www.smartbusinesssolutions.com.au/events OR Shirley at Clothes4U 0490 058 596

All Monies raised will be donated to Clothes4U Inc, Rosebud, so they may continue to clothe and support local women in need. Bring your bestie for a great local night out and feel good knowing you’re helping other women.

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Have your say Community consultation closes Wednesday 22 August 2018. Online mornpen.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay Attend a drop in session Tuesday 24 July, 10am – 12pm Mornington Library Vancouver Street Wednesday 25 July, 4 – 6pm Rye Civic Centre 12 Napier Street

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