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19
May
2017
Construction of the highly anticipated Sunvale Community Park is set to commence in a matter of weeks following the awarding of the contract.
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18
May
2017
Brimbank City Council is calling on VicRoads to introduce safety measures to improve the dangerous congestion on Green Gully Road in Keilor.
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17
May
2017
Brimbank City Council is calling on the community to get involved in developing a new fully integrated waste management strategy, aimed at creating a cleaner and more sustainable environment for Brimbank.
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17
May
2017
Brimbank City Council is calling on the Federal and State governments to improve the Calder Freeway and Calder Park Drive intersection as a top priority, because the interchange and parts of Calder Freeway are a serious safety risk for users.
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16
May
2017
• Message from the Mayor • Draft Council Plan 2017-21 • Draft Council Budget 2017-18 • Have Your Say • Announcements
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12
May
2017
Work continues to ensure the best future use and redevelopment of the former Sunshine Municipal Office site.
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11
May
2017
Brimbank Councillors have voted unanimously to endorse the draft Annual Budget 2017/18 and Council Plan 2017–2021 for public consultation. Cr Hedditch said “The new independent Brimbank Council puts community first".
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Work begins removing Delahey bottleneck

11
Apr
2017
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Work widening EJ Whitten Bridge ramps up

06
Apr
2017
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Keilor Village Library repurposed
The redevelopment is also proposed to house other community uses, possibly a neighbourhood centre, an arts hub, a centre for people with disabilities, or a meetings venue.
14
Feb
2017
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No rates cap variation for Brimbank
In 2016-2017, council implemented savings of $6.5 million in order to meet the government’s legislated 2.5 per cent cap for that year
14
Feb
2017
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