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Significant milestones reached

The City of Stirling is making good progress on delivering key projects this month, with significant milestones reached on the construction of the new Carine Cats clubrooms and the official openings of the Robinson Reserve and Bennett Park clubrooms planned for March.

I am pleased that over the past week we have been able to advocate for a more common sense approach from the State Government over draft guidelines for basketball courts. Under those guidelines, 26 out of 29 of our public basketball courts could have been non-compliant under the noise rules. Because of that advocacy, those guidelines have now been scrapped.

There has also been a lot of media interest in the role of local governments in the planning space. We will continue to work productively with the State Government and developers to ensure that the community has a voice in local planning, and can shape the way our local communities are developed.

Several major events are also coming up over the next month or two, which I encourage you to attend. The Aussies will kick-off on March 25 and finish April 2 with over 70,000 people expected to visit Scarborough and Trigg over nine days.

The final game of the Perth Glory season is due to be played on 1 April at Macedonia Park, WA Tree Festival runs from April 10 - 10 May and the BMX National Series will follow from 22 - 23 April.

There is so much to be involved in and love in the City, so make sure you bring your unique culture, character and creativity to an event or project happening near you!

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