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'Fix My Street': report neighbourhood issues online to the ACT Government

Fix My Street is an online reporting facility which provides direct contact to ACT Government Agencies for the reporting of municipal service requests. Residents can submit service requests by choosing from the menu of topics (as listed below). In addition, residents can create an account on the system to track progress of the feedback provided. Web link for ‘Fix My Street’ Typical issues covered include:

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Feedback Document: Launch of Northside Community Service Report on Social Inclusion amongst Older People

On May 10 2010 Northside Community Service (NCS) launched the report Breaking Down the Wall: Barriers to Social Inclusion amongst Older Australians in Canberra. A copy of the ideas raised during the group discussions is attached below for your information and, should you choose, action. NCS will be using ideas raised as part of its future planning and program design and will look to collaborate with others where mutual benefit is to be gained.  You may also see opportunities based on these ideas and we would be happy to discuss ways in which NCS could assist if you felt we

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Follow Up: National Capital Authority Public Forum

The National Capital Authority have put up a web page with a series of documents that were presented at their Public Forum that was held on 26 November 2009. The National Capital Authority is also encouraging the public to complete an evaluation of the forum and provide feedback and ask questions about material that may not have been adequately covered at the event. The documents have been reproduced below:

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Feedback Received: Lyneham Sports Precinct Master Plan

The ACT Department of the Territories and Municipal Services (Sports and Recreation Services Section) invited Canberrans to comment on the future of the Lyneham Sports Precinct revised Master Plan. CBRE Town Planning was engaged by TAMS to evaluate submissions from the public and the response to the Canberra Pedestrian Forum and Pedal power has been reproduced below:

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