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Run ready: Mornington Peninsula Shire councillor Rosie Clark, the mayor Bev Colomb, Geoff Nyssen and Cr Sam Hearn at the official launch of the run and fun festival held at Mt Eliza Deli.
Running at the reserve A RUN and fun festival in Mt Eliza next Sunday (26 March) to raise money for people affected by multiple myeloma is likely to become an annual event. Event Organiser Geoff Nyssen said more than 300 people had already signed up for the scheduled 5km and 10km running and walking events at Emil Madsen Reserve, Wooralla Drive. The day will include a kids’ dash, skate, BMX
and scooter competitions, as well as stalls and refreshments. “We’re extremely excited about this event and the awareness it will bring to this illness,” Mr Nyssen, who was diagnosed with the terminal blood cancer in 2014, said. For details call Geoff Nyssen on 0423 838 374 or go to mymounteliza.org.au.
Market masterplan Continued from Page 1 “The state government gave provision for supermarkets up to 1800 square metres to allow smaller supermarkets to get a foot in,” she said. “The as-of-right 1800 square metre rule remains, yet this application is for 4250 square metres, with five or six large bulk goods stores in there as well. “The state government rezoned areas for companies the size of Masters, such as we had in Mornington, and we have ended up with that site and we want it to prosper. “Our concern is the sheer size of a supermarket at 4250 square metres. “Establishing large bulk goods stores on the site doesn’t bother me, but we would have to put a lot of thought in before we allowed such a very large supermarket [to be established] out of town.” The mayor said the shire would “not like to see the ripple effect on other shopping centres in
Library book launch THE co-author of a book on the history of the Ranelagh Estate, Mt Eliza, says details about the early settlement of the area had captured the imaginations of some of the area’s newer residents. Veronica Grounds, a Ranelagh Estate resident, said she helped write the book to document the colourful and interesting history of the area, and its importance to the Mornington Peninsula. The book, Ranelagh: A Special Place, was written with Hal Breidahl and Ian Dick. Ms Grounds will speak about the book at 2pm Wednesday 22 March at Mornington Library.
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Mornington which would involve a loss of jobs”. “We must do our homework as to where there is a new large mega supermarket – we have never had such a large supermarket. We must do our proper due diligence while maintaining the right balance of large and small enterprises.”
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