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Mountain Views

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Sculpting Coldstream Coldstream residents are invited to help shape the look and feel of their town at a workshop on Tuesday, 10 October. Coldstream Community Voice, Boral Australia and Yarra Ranges Council are working together to bring an artistic sculpture or landmark to Main Street, Coldstream and Yarra Ranges Council wants to hear what residents have to say about future plans for the Main Street. A path linking Coldstream’s shopping and housing precincts and Coombe Estate, constructed by council this year, includes resting points which provide blank canvases for artwork, plantings, seating and historical information and Boral is contributing $50,000 to commission a local artist to develop the artwork. For more information on the project visit www.yarraranges.

Ryrie Ward's Councillor Fiona McAllister, Daniel Johnson, manager at Coombe Estate, Morris Maxwell and Louissa Tickner from Coldstream Voice and Mick Player from Boral on the path site.

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executive officer Peter Wright said the review was triggered by the looming expiry of the Open Air Burning Law (2008). It’s the last law to be reviewed as part of the council’s overall review of


It’s one of the ironies of a local law that, generally, it doesn’t affect someone, until it affects them. As Yarra Ranges Council calls for

feedback on a review of the Open Air Burning Law there is also the opportunity for residents to have a say on existing local laws covering what residents, and visitors, can, can’t and shouldn’t do. The council’s health and local laws


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Mail - Mountain Views Mail - 05th September 2017  
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