Heritage Election Forum – 22 Sep 16

The National Trust of Australia (ACT) invites you to a public Heritage Election Forum: Date: Thursday 22 September 2016 Time: 7-9pm Location: St Johns Church Hall, Constitution Avenue Reid This is a prime opportunity for Political Parties to outline their proposed Heritage policies and initiatives for the next term of government. Presentations will be made by: ACT Labor (Mr Gentleman) ACT Liberal – (Rep TBA) ACT Greens –(Rep TBA) Canberra Community Voters Party (Mr Farmer) Independent – Marea Fatseas Each speaker will make a presentation (approx. 15mins) and there will be a general Q&A session. More information: https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/news/heritage-election-forum-22-september-2016/

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Election survey

Here is your opportunity to tell us what you want from the next ACT Government, so that we can tell the candidates for the ACT Election on 15 October. Please take five minutes to complete out Election survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/K73M7C2 We will present the initial results at our Election Forum on 20 September, and publish the final results closer to the election.

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ACT Election Forum 20 September 2016

In place of our September General Meeting we will join with the Lyneham Community Association to host an election forum for the Kurrajong electorate which covers inner north and inner south Canberra.

This is your opportunity to quiz your local candidates and hear what they have to say.

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Agenda: North Canberra Community Council General Meeting – 21 Jun 16

The next general meeting of the North Canberra Community Council is at 7.30 pm Tuesday 21 June 2016 in Majura Function Room, Majura Community Centre, 2 Rosevear Place Dickson


7.45 pm: Meegan Fitzharris MLA, Minister for Higher Education, Training and Research; Minister for Transport and Municipal Services; Assistant Minister for Health.-We have asked the Minister to prepare answers to the following questions:
Will the Minister publish the CIT audit reports?
When and how will the Government meet its commitment to a 10.5% public transport journey-to-work mode share by 2016?
Which areas of north Canberra will have shorter, similar or longer public transport journey times after Capital Metro commences operation? – taking into account walking times to and from bus or tram stops, on-road travel times, walking times between bus and tram stops, waiting times at pedestrian signals, waiting times for connecting services, and the need to allow for connecting services that may arrive late or depart early?

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