Recent TCC news
On Saturday 16 November, from 10am-3pm, over 200 organisations big and small will collaborate to deliver one big party that will bring the whole community together for a day of celebration, markets, food, activity and entertainment.
The hydrotherapy pool at the Canberra Hospital is due to close in June 2019. Residents living in the Canberra’s south will need to travel to Bruce to access many of the hydrotherapy services which will now be provided at the University of Canberra Hospital. If you would like the ACT Government to keep the hydrotherapy Read More …
At our last TCC meeting we had a talk from Dr Fiona Dyer and Rod Ubrihen from the University of Canberra, who spoke about the research being undertaken on Lake Tuggeranong to stop the annual blue green algal infestations that happens every summer when the heat rises. They said to date, the results were inconclusive and their final report will be submitted to government when all the results are fully analysed. They also indicated that more research would be needed. Accordingly the Council has written to the Chief Minister asking that ongoing funds be made available for further research and when a solution is decided upon that it be adequately funded.
I has been announced from Minister Steel’s office that there will be funding for Tuggeranong to the tune of $4 million to construct an off-road walking and cycling path along the 4km stretch of Sulwood Drive between Drakeford Drive and Athllon Drive
By 2020 transport is expected to account for over 60% of Canberra’s emissions. Switching to active transport is therefore a high priority and presents one of the biggest challenges in meeting our 2045 target of achieving net zero emissions
The Tuggeranong Community Council (TCC) believes it is beneficial for schools and students to engage with the community as a pathway to enrich student education. The community can provide support to schools and students to ensure their ideas are heard and considered when new policies and programs are developed. To facilitate these aims, the TCC Read More …
The Tuggeranong Community Council believes it is beneficial for schools and students to engage with the community as a pathway to enrich student education.