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Sale of Vacant Land – 16 Moodie Avenue, Hamilton

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Southern Grampians Shire Council (Council) gives notice under section 189 of the Local Government Act 1989 (Act) of its intention to sell the vacant block at 16 Moodie Avenue, Hamilton as highlighted in the image.

Council will sell the designated land with the assistance of local Real Estate Agent(s).

This proposal is made under section 189 of the Local Government Act 1989.

Any person wishing to make a submission on the proposal must do so in writing by Monday 19 July 2021. Submissions should be addressed to:

Chief Executive Officer
Southern Grampians Shire Council
111 Brown Street
(Locked Bag 685)
Hamilton Vic 3300
or council@sthgrampians.vic.gov.au

A person making a submission is entitled to request in the submission that they wish to appear in person, or to be represented by a person specified in the submission, at a meeting to be heard in support of that submission.

Any person requesting to appear in person or to be represented by a person specified in his or her submission will be notified of the day, time and place of the meeting of Council (or a Committee of Council) determined by the Council to hear submissions.

All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. If Council so determines, the submissions may be made available to the public for a period of 12 months.

Further information on the proposal can be obtained from Council’s Property Officer, Tendai Mhasho on 5573 0295.

Domestic Animal Management Plan Survey

Council are seeking feedback from the Southern Grampians community to help shape our Domestic Animal Management Plan (DAMP), which sets out how we manage dogs and cats in the Shire over the next four years.

Under the Domestic Animals Act 1994, every Victorian local government must prepare a plan outlining how it will manage dogs and cats within its municipal boundaries.

The Plan aims to promote responsible pet ownership and the welfare of cats and dogs in the community, while protecting the community and environment from nuisance cats and dogs. It will help us balance the needs of pet owners with the needs of the whole community.

Residents are encouraged to complete the survey below to share their ideas and help shape the Domestic Animal Management Plan.

Domestic Animal Management Plan Survey

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