Jun 112012
 

Our local MP Wade Noonan is showing his support and facilitating a petition which he will present to Parliament.

The petition: Draws to the attention of the House (Legislative Assembly) the need for the Government to support Hobsons Bay City Council’s decision to reject a new multi-storey, high density development at Paine Street, Newport. The petitioners request the Legislative Assembly urges the Baillieu Government to support the Hobsons Bay City Council’s decision to reject a proposal to build more than 40 new multi-storey apartments on the old Newport Timberyard site.

Victorian Planning Minister, Matthew Guy, made a ruling on Williamstown’s Woollen Mills site, he said “The Government was elected on a platform of giving more power to councils and we mean it.” We are asking the Government to fulfil it’s election promise.

 

Your prompt action is needed…

Petition forms: Petition forms are being distributed throughout the neighbourhood. Please complete and deliver the petition form as quickly as possible. Multiple names per form are only counted as one ‘vote’, use one form per person to give us more numbers.

Can’t wait for a form in your letter box?
Need additional forms?
Click here for copies of the petition form.

Delivery: You can seal and post the self addressed and pre-paid form in a Aussie Post box. Or you can drop your completed forms in any of these below letter boxes which will be promptly delivered to Wade Noonan’s office.

Put into the letterboxes of either:          91 Franklin St          4 Paine St           2 Crawford St          4 Bunbury St

Neighbourhood Drop Boxes

When: Your prompt action would be appreciated, so this petition might make the next parliamentary sitting.

 

 Posted by at 10:29 am

  2 Responses to “Petition to Parliament”

  1. Hi Adrian,

    Forms are being delivered to homes in the area, but you can get a form by clicking this link https://www.protectnewport.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/petition-to-parlianment-a-1.pdf

    Cheers.

  2. How can i get a petition form?

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