On Tuesday 2nd August 2016, Yarra Council will vote on the proposed Rushall Reserve Shared Path Plan.
You can read the Nation Partners report, see Attachment 3: Outcomes of Consultation on Rushall Reserve Shared Path
Yarra Council Agenda for 2nd August 2016 – please refer to Item 11.1
Reading Attachment 4, 72% of 455 respondents to the online survey supported the plan as is (60%) or support the plan with modifications (12%). Also many Yarra residents and nearby local users groups are well represented.
It is vital that people attend this council meeting on Tuesday, to talk during Public Question Time, and looking at the BoM forecast, it’s probably going to be an unappealing cold, possibly rainy Melbourne winter’s evening. Despite that, it’s absolutely essential we get the overdue Rushall Reserve path linkage over the line and finally built after almost thirty years of limbo and inaction!
Venue/Time: Yarra Council Meeting, Tuesday, 2nd August 2016, 7pm at Richmond Town Hall
- Listen to our 3CR interview with Zoe Metherell about her and Madeline Farrugia creating the new “Share Rushall Reserve- Build The Path” facebook group and City of Yarra plans to finally connect Merri Creek Trail at Rushall Station and Rushall Reserve. (9 May 2016)
- City of Yarra: Rushall Reserve – Draft Design for Possible Shared Path (April 2016)
- City of Yarra: Rushall Reserve
- Share Rushall Reserve – Build the Path is a community campaign supporting City of Yarra’s proposed shared trail through Rushall Reserve. (April 2016)
- Share Rushall Reserve – Build the Path (20 April 2016)
- Petition: Yarra City Council – Build the missing link on the Merri Creek shared path in North Fitzroy (July 2015)
- Sue Jackson: Bikes vs Parks: Yarra Council Meeting (21 July 2015)
- Crap cycle lanes of Melbourne: Rushall Station underpass, Rushall Bridge, Koonda Lat Bridge (8 August 2015)
- Facebook: Tired of having to deal with the Rushall Station underpass in North Fitzroy? Finally after two decades there’s action on obtaining funding to get the overdue Rushall Crescent shared path by-pass (9 June 2014)
About Public Question Time:
Yarra City Council welcomes questions from members of the community. Public question time is an opportunity to ask questions, not to make statements or engage in debate. Questions should not relate to items listed on the agenda. (Council will consider submissions on these items separately.)
Members of the public who wish to participate are to:
(a) state their name clearly for the record;
(b) direct their questions to the chairperson;
(c) ask a maximum of two questions;
(d) speak for a maximum of five minutes;
(e) refrain from repeating questions that have been asked previously by themselves or others; and
(f) remain silent following their question unless called upon by the chairperson to make further comment.
Many thanks for your support and hope to see you on Tuesday evening.