Recent TCC news
After two letters from us, a personal approach to the Minister FitzHarris and the support of our local member Nicole Lawder, the lights behind the Tuggeranong CIT has finally been upgraded. I would like to offer my thanks to Nicole for her support and thanks to the government for taking action. Is it nice to see that approaches from us can make a differenc
LDK Healthcare who are renovating the old Department of Social Servies buildings into a place for Retirement Living and Aged Care are putting on a series of forums starting on the 29th August at 10am and then 3pm. They will be held here in the club and will include a two course meal.
Approximately 100 people attended last general meeting of the Tuggeranong Community Council to raise their concerns about the proposed new bus routes. Main concerns raised were the cutting all express buses and dedicated school buses. While the extra Rapid buses might benefit many people, there are many other people, including students, who will have longer Read More …
The Tuggeranong submission pouts forward our concerns re the new proposed light rail route from Civic to Woden via Parkes and Barton. Please read the attached letter and if you agree with it please fill out the petition that has been sponsored by Woden Community Council.
The LDK (Love, Decency, Kindness) Health care are remodelling the Old Department of Social Services building at Tuggeranong into a new concept for senior community living.
The ACT government has asked us to invite you to the special speaker series on Shaping Canberra. If you are interested in attending or want to take part in interactive live streaming, please read more here
Evoenergy is conducting a survey to gauge public opinion on options for the future distribution network in the ACT. This will give members who complete the survey by the end of June an opportunity to have their opinion heard and to provide input that will help to shape the future electrical network within the ACT. Read More …
The Institute for Applied Ecology at the University of Canberra is conducting research in Lake Tuggeranong to identify in-lake treatments that could improve water quality and reduce the number of closures caused by blue-green algae.