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New Forums for 2014

Forums will run on the following dates:

Tuesday 1st April 2014

Tuesday 22nd July 2014

Tuesday 7th October 2014

All Forums will be held at “Balook” hall – 88 Rosebank Ave, Clayton South.?If you are interested in attending the Forums please help us to manage our practical arrangements by register your attendance here:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CDWF







Next CDLF meeting

Our fifth and final forum in the current series of meetings will take place at the Clarinda Community Centre, 58-70 Viney Street, Clarinda on Tuesday 15th October from 6pm for a 6.30 start and 8.30pm finish.

1. Update from EPA on the strategic priorities for the area
2. Updates from Operators, EPA and Council
3. A discussion about future communications

RSVP to Keith@claytondingleylf.net.au by Thursday 10th October.







Improving the CDLF

At our Forum on the 5th February participants were asked to complete some feedback on how we might improve the session. This was also followed up with a workshop between representatives of Brooklyn Community Residents Group, the EPA, Colin Bostock (TOAG, CDLF participant) and Keith Greaves (CDLF Facilitator). The BCRG has been running for over 5 years and they helped us to plan for the CDLF a year ago. Their format is very similar and we felt that the two forums had much to learn from each other. Both evaluation results can be downloaded here.

CDLF Evaluation 5.2.13_Results

BCRG-CDLF-review-meeting-outputs




Next Forum is on 28th May 2013

A reminder that our fourth forum will be held as planned in the Clarinda Community Centre on Tuesday 28th May. Registration from 6pm. Meeting will run from 6.30pm to 8.30pm with light refreshments provided. Please RSVP to Keith@claytondinglylf.net.au




Hong Lim MP Health Study Request

On Tuesday 19th February Hong Lim MP for Clayton raised a request in Parliament for the Minister of Health to undertake a study into the health of residents living in the Clayton and Dingley suburbs to determine if the toxic odours and dust have caused any long-term health issues. A copy of Mr Hong’s question and the Ministers response can be downloaded here.

Health Study response David Davis (PDF)

ADJOURNMENT – Clayton electorate: landfill pollution (PDF)