A0034887B VICTORIA
  

ABN 82 104 322 096

Beaumaris Conservation Society Inc.

(formerly Beaumaris Tree Preservation Society 1953-70)

P.O. Box 7016

BEAUMARIS VIC 3193

info@bcs.asn.au    

 

www.bcs.asn.au

Tel 0395891802, 0429176725

Fax 0395895194

2005 Records

 

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NOVEMBER 2005

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Click here for results of Bayside Council elections. BCS Inc. congratulates Cr Derek Wilson, whom BCS Inc. supported, on his re-election for Ebden Ward, and John Knight on his election for Moysey Ward. We especially thank Robyn Browne, whom we supported in Moysey Ward, for her much-appreciated work in running a good campaign with a sound environmental focus. In the other 7 wards, good candidates were elected in each ward.

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BCS INC BULLETIN: November 2005 Issue of the Beaumaris Conservation Society Bulletin – Special Council Election Issue

 

OCTOBER 2005

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BCS INC. OFFICER ON SKATEBOARD CONSULTATIVE GROUP: BCS Inc. has nominated its Secretary, Ron Morris, to join Bayside Council’s skateboard consultative group.

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INCURSION INTO RICKETTS POINT LANDSIDE REJECTED: The 2005 Annual General Meeting of BCS Inc. heard that the Minister for Environment has refused consent to this.

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Committee of Management elects Mr Christopher Sutton to fill casual vacancy in the position of the Zone Leader for Zone 2 caused by the resignation of Ms Kathleen Kiernan.

 

SEPTEMBER 2005

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BAYSIDE COUNCIL SEEKS A NEW SITE FOR A BEAUMARIS SKATEBOARD RAMP: Council abandoned its earlier 3 sites and now seeks another site.

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PUBLIC MEETING ON THE 3 SKATEBOARD SITES: A group of Beaumaris residents have held a Public Meeting on 1st September 2005 to form a Working Group on this issue.

 

AUGUST 2005

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BEAUMARIS CLIFF SHAVED: Beaumaris Motor Yacht Squadron has shaved off part of the Beaumaris Cliff to prevent rock falls to its car park, with “emergency” consent.

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BAYSIDE CITY COUNCIL FOOTPATH TRADING POLICY: BCS Inc. letter drawing attention to certain retrograde changes being proposed for adoption in staff report.

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WATER FOR 2 BEAUMARIS WETLANDS: Item 5.4 of the Bayside Council agenda is for the petition of 203 people seeking drainage changes to restore water to these wetlands.

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BCS INC. JOINS MARINE CARE RICKETTS POINT INC: BCS Inc. shows its support for the future of the Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary by joining MCRP Inc.

 

JULY 2005

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RICKETTS POINT LANDSIDE:  BCS Inc. objects to Bayside City Council issuing itself a permit to remove vegetation in Vegetation Protection Overlay VP01 on the Landside Crown Land Reserve to construct 16 car parking spaces.

 

JUNE 2005

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BEAUMARIS HOTEL: Bayside Council rejects proposal for redevelopment & Planning Scheme height amendment by 8-1 vote (Minutes 20 June 2005, Item 127)

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SURVEY OF 3 SKATE BOARD SITES: BCS Inc. Executive calls for participation by members and residents in responding, by 24th June 2005, to Bayside Council's survey.

 

FEBRUARY 2005

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BCS Inc. member notices 16 pink survey markers on clifftop walking track from Cromer Road to Charman Road: Concern about pressure to convert this to a bicycle road

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Yellow Planning Application notices for 16 dwellings plus underground car park on Hotel Car Park site on east of Bodley Street, and also on Keefers Factory site in Martin Street.

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Petition of 1,140 people against siting a skateboard ramp on the Concourse Green: Item 5.3 in Minutes of Bayside Council's meeting on 14th February 2005.

 

 

 

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