NOTICE OF 2019 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF ELECTORS
5:30pm Monday 16 December 2019
An Annual General Meeting of electors is to be held in Council Chambers at the Town of Mosman Park, corner of Bay View Terrace and Memorial Drive, Mosman Park. The order of business for the Annual General Meeting is:
The 2018/19 Annual Report can be viewed soon on the Town’s website and at the Town’s Administration Office.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Verge Valet – coming soon!
Starting in the New Year, Mosman Park residents will be able to pre-book a verge waste collection at a time that is convenient to you.
Verge Valet is a modern, customer-focussed alternative to traditional council bulk waste collections.
Collections will be able to be pre-booked either online or via the WMRC’s Recycling Hotline.
Once your collection time is allocated, bulk and green waste will be collected from your verge within days, keeping streets cleaner and reducing safety hazards and security concerns. More details to be provided in the new year.
The improved collection process also means that more of the waste collected is recycled.
For more information on Verge Valet, please speak to the Western Metropolitan Regional Council on 9384 6711 or email email@example.com
The Town of Mosman Park is today paying tribute to one of its most loved and well known residents, Ken Walker, who passed away peacefully Friday night after a short illness at the age of 102.
Mayor Pollock paid tribute to Ken, describing him as “a wonderful man who always had a smile for everyone”.
Mr Walker served his country in the Second World War, serving on Goodenough Island in the Pacific, off the coast of Papua New Guinea. Ken survived the war and returned to his family, working in local government and volunteering as President of the Mosman Park Bowling Club and was a founding member of the Mosman Park Men’s Shed.
Ken was an active member of the Mosman Park Sub Branch of the RSL, including time spent as its President, and in recognition of his standing in the community, Mr Walker was invited by the Town to plant a Lone Pine Tree at Memorial Park in 2006, the sapling propagated from the original Lone Pine that grew at Gallipoli during the First World War.
Ken lived a long and happy life and had a great sense of humour. Three years ago, upon reaching the milestone of 100, when asked what was the secret to his longevity and good health, with a cheeky grin, he attributed it to a steady diet of sweets.
The Mayor, Councillors and staff of the Town of Mosman Park extend sincere condolences to Dorothy Walker and family.
Ken Walker (left) pictured with his wife Dorothy
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.