Tag: Submissions & Consultations

Senate Community Affairs Committee Inquiry into the impacts on health of air quality in Australia 17 May 2013

The Tuggeranong Community Council (TCC) was among groups to give evidence before a government committee inquiring into air quality and public health. TCC Secretary, Darryl Johnston and TCC member, Rusty Woodward were among those to give evidence before the Senate Community Affairs Committee inquiry into the impact of air quality on public health. The Armidale Read More …

Submission to Queanbeyan City Council on South Tralee – 2 November 2010

UPDATE: TCC encourage all residents concerned about aircraft noise sharing resulting from the development of South Tralee to attend Queanbeyan City Council’s extraordinary meeting – Wednesday 17 November 5:30pm at Council Chambers, 253 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan – more details: http://bit.ly/c33uAo The Tuggeranong Community Council made a submission to the Queanbeyan City Council on their public Read More …

TCC Submission into the ACT Government Review of Wood Smoke Education Programs

The Tuggeranong Community Council presented the following submission to the ACT Government’s Review of Word Smoke Education Programs. While the TCC supports a review it believes the ACT Government should also consider the experiences of other jurisdictions where anti wood smoke education programs have failed. The TCC believes that for future education programs to succeed, particularly in the Tuggeranong Valley, they Read More …

https://www.tuggeranong.org.au/tcc-submission-on-a-southern-cemetery

The Tuggeranong Community Council is still undertaking extensive community consultation via an online survey (click to participate) where the majority of the respondents have so far indicated a level of concern regarding the issue of using drugs and driving. In response the TCC has made the following submission to the ACT Government in relation to the Read More …

TALKING TUGGERANONG UPDATE: Response from the Chief Minister.

Chief Minister Jon Stanhope met with representatives of the Tuggeranong Community Council on 3 March 2010. During the meeting Mr Stanhope was presented with an issues document entitled “Talking Tuggeranong.” The document outlined a number of issues that concerned Tuggeranong residents from transport, law and order, planning and the environment. Mr Stanhope’s response is below. Read More …

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