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Montague forum

10 Aug 2017

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Southbank Local News and the Montague Community Alliance will hold the next Montague Community Forum on Wednesday, September 20.

The forum will once again be held at the Golden Fleece Hotel on the corner of Buckhurst and Montague streets.

Discussions have taken place with City of Port Phillip’s Gateway councillors Mayor Bernadene Voss, Cr Marcus Pearl and Cr Ogy Simic to be part of a community discussion about the future of the Montague Precinct.

While the inaugural forum in May focused on the pressing matter of traffic management in the precinct, the second will aim to continue general discussions around neighbourhood planning.

It is hoped new City of Port Phillip CEO Peter Smith will also join the panel alongside Gateway councillors, who will each be asked a small series of questions before the forum is opened to Q&A.

Information from the forum will be captured and used in devising a neighbourhood working agreement between residents, developers and the council for future development of the precinct.

More information about the forum will be published in the September edition of Southbank Local News.

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