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Peter Fillmore Secretary
Otway Forum




2017 Colac Otway Council meeting schedule:

Next meeting

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 6.00 pm
COPACC - Colac


Council ordinary meeting agendas can be found at:

http://www.colacotway.vic.gov.au/Council-the-shire/Council-meetings

About us
Otway Forum is a community organisation to which everyone is welcome.  Its objective is to act as an information channel between ratepayers and residents and the Colac Otway Council, by expressing Public Opinion, and to keep the community informed.  The Otway Forum was formed in 1990 following the release of the 'first' Harbour Plan, and has been meeting monthly ever since.  Regular reports are also published in the Apollo Bay News Sheet


Peter Fillmore, Secretary
email:  
pfillmore@skymesh.com.au

Tony Webber, Convener
Phone:
52 376 926

Otway Forum proposal for Harbour redevelopment

See “Harbour Redevelopment” in top menu

Meetings

Otway Forum normally meets at 3.00pm on the second Sunday of each month at the Community House,
"Marrar Woorn" in Pengilley Avenue, Apollo Bay.  Check the Apollo Bay News sheet for details.

The next meeting will be held on
Sunday 12 February 2017 at “Marrar Woorn”
at 3:00pm.  



Come along meet colleagues, your local councillors and COS staff and have your say on local issues.

Mounts Bay beach erosion getting to the stage when it may start to cause major problems.

For more information on planning / work see Otway Coast Committee website:

Development of Hazard Management Strategies for Apollo Bay

FORUM REPORT  -
Meeting 303, 9 July   2017

Mayor Chris Potter and Deputy Mayor Stephen Hart in attendance.


Harbour redevelopment
Project Control Group for a harbour redevelopment has reviewed the Draft Market Testing Report.

The report will be finalised this month and presented to council and the community at the August COS council meeting.

 

Coastal erosion
The latest reports on coastal erosion control are now available on the Otway Coast Committee website>projects>AB Erosion Control.

These reports build on previous reports from the 1990s and 2000s.

Erosion monitoring will continue over the next few months and more community consultation will take place in December.

solutions.

Recycling
ELGAS offers free 4kg and 9kg gas bottle recycling. Call 1300 652 003.

Please recycle as much of your waste at the tip shop as possible, particularly building materials.


Other topics include:
Baraham Valley Development
COS -  planning

rate rises