Category: From the President

TCC President’s Report – 6th June 2017

The Tuggeranong Community Council welcomes the recent announcement to fund improvements to Anketell Street and Kambah Village where: $3 million for the Tuggeranong Town Centre will be used for a “raised pedestrian zone and low speed traffic environment, new on-road cycle lanes, tree replacement and improved lighting, street furniture and landscaping $2mill for stage 2 Read More …

TCC President’s Report – 7th March 2017

On Sunday 5th March as part of Clean Up Australia Day over fifty people helped clean up the Lake. Organised by the Tuggeranong Lake Carers (TLC) over thirty two bags of rubbish were collected as well as multiple shopping trolleys, a number of mattresses and other debris. The TLC were well supported by Tuggeranong Community Council then put on a BBQ for all participants and the Tuggeranong Sea Scouts who had well over 20 scouts, cubs and parents helping out, including suppling a car, trailer and driver to go around to pick up rubbish left in various pre determined points and bring back to the Scout Hall.

TCC President’s Report – 7th February 2017

I hope you all had a good break, we at the Tuggeranong Community Council are now gearing up for the new year. We will be looking at following up on issues identified by our recent survey i.e. ways to revitalise the Tuggeranong Town Centre, emphasing the need for upgrades to town centres in Tuggeranong particularly Kambah Village, pushing for better roads and public transport in the region as well as ensuring that the importance of work to improve the health of Lake Tuggeranong begins. We are also looking at the possibility of organising/supporting a possible Street Market/Festival later this year. To this end we will approach the government to see if they are able to support us in this endeavour.

TCC President’s Report – 6th December 2016

 Well our School Community Awards are well underway with Trinity Christian School last week and Caroline Chisholm School earlier this evening.  Presentation will happen at Namadgi School and Lanyon and Calwell High schools later this week and Wanniassa School and Erindale and lake Tuggeranong Colleges next week.  Mary MacKillop want to have their presentation on Read More …

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