The Tuggeranong Community Council meet on the first Tuesday of each month February through to December. We meet at the Vikings Town Centre Club, Cnr Athllon Drive and Rowland Crescent, Greenway. Meetings start at 7:30pm
The next meeting of the Tuggeranong Community Council will be held next year on the 5th February where we will from Kate Smith, the Director for Tuggeranong Schools who will give us an update about what is happening in our schools. We will then find out about what is happening at Marigal Gardens, the over 55’s Read More …
The next meeting of the TCC will be held on the 4th December where we will hear from national expert John Feehan about how Dung Beetles can help with Climate Change. We will also hear about the current consultation on Waste to Energy and finish up with Christmas nibbles and get together.
The next meeting of the TCC will be held on the 6th November where we will hear from Minister Meegan FitzHarris talk about her various portfolios including Health and Transport: Transport Canberra about some changes they have made to the proposed new bus routes as a result of thousands of letters and submissions from the public and a new private development at East Greenway.
The next meeting of the Tuggeranong Community Council (TCC) will be held at 7.30pm on the 2nd October (the first Tuesday of the month) at the Vikings Tuggeranong Town Centre Club. We will hear the results of the research done on Lake Tuggeranong and the latest on water projects being built around the lake. We Read More …
The next meeting of the TCC will be held at 7.30pm on the 4th September at the Vikings Tuggeranong Town Centre, Anketell Street Tuggeranong. We will be hearing from Kate Smith, the Director of School Improvement for the Tuggeranong Network of schools about what is happening in in education in the ACT, in particular what is happening in Tuggeranong. This will be followed by our Annual General Meeting (AGM) where we vote on the executive for the coming year
The next meeting of the TCC will commence with a special AGM at 7:00pm to consider changes to the TCC constitution. It will be followed by a presentation about the work of SEE-Change, a not-for-profit group whose aim is to reduce Canberra’s ecological footprint; improve the resilience of the ecosystem; an, enhance the wellbeing of individuals. We will also about the Standby Support program which provides a coordinated response of support and assistance for people who have been exposed to suicide.
The next meeting of the TCC will be held on the 3rd July where we will finally get an update on the latest regarding the proposed bus services in Tuggeranong. We will then look at proposed changes to our constitution at the Special meeting section of the General Meeting.