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Have your say on traffic in Montague

06 Apr 2017

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Southbank Local News is partnering with the Montague Community Alliance (MCA) in hosting a series of free community forums in 2017 on the future redevelopment of the Montague Precinct.

The first of three forums will be held at the Golden Fleece Hotel on the corner of Montague and Buckhurst streets on Tuesday, May 16 at 6.00pm for a 6.15pm start.

As development of new towers and the vertical primary school at Ferrars St ramps up, the May discussion will focus on current and future traffic flows in the Montague Precinct.

A five-person panel, whose identities will be revealed in the May edition of Southbank Local News, will lead the forum.

Discussions are taking place with the City of Port Phillip, State Government, VicRoads, a prominent Montague developer and the South Melbourne Primary School.

Panelists will each be given five minutes to present before the forum is thrown to question and answer, where the audience will be encouraged to participate in the discussion.

MCA convener Trisha Avery will moderate the forum, which will be scheduled to conclude at 7.45pm.

Discussion topics for the other two forums, which are expected to be held in August and November, will be announced in Southbank Local News closer to the respective meetings dates.

For more information on the forum read Trisha Avery’s  regular column in this edition. Alternatively, you can email Sean at sean@southbanklocalnews.com.au or Trisha at trishavery@bpca.com.au

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