Friends of Healesville Freeway Reserve: Community Forum

The  Friends  of  the  Healesville  Freeway  Reserve  (Whitehorse)  invite  you  to  attend

A  Community  Forum  at  Bellbird  Dell,  Vermont  South  (Melway  62  J-­‐6)  on   Sunday  26  October  2014  at  11am  at  the  George  Road  end  of  the  Bellbird  Dell

The  aims  of  this  activity  are  to:

  • Hear  the  policies  of  all  our  major  political  parties  on  the  future  for  the  Healesville   Freeway  Reserve.
  • Hear  the  response  from  Council  /  Councillors  to  the  policies  from  the  major  parties.
  • Enable  the  Whitehorse  community  to  view  displays  of  other  successful  public  open   space  schemes  in  situations  similar  to  the  HFR
  • Have  a  Q&A  where  the  community  is  able  to  ask  questions  of  the  candidates  and  get   clarifications  on  issues.
  • Assist  Whitehorse  community  members  in  making  informed  decisions  at  the  upcoming   November  election.

From  10.00  am  to  1.00  pm  information  on  other  successful  similar  public  open  space  schemes  of   will  be  on  displayed  in  Bellbird  Dell  Reserve

(George  Street  entrance,  Melway  62  J-­‐6)

From  11am  political  representatives  will  be  asked  to  make  a  speech  on  the  policies  of  their   respective  parties  on  the  future  of  the  reserve  and  answer  questions  from  members  of  the   community.

A  sausage  sizzle  and  refreshments  will  be  provided  supported  by  the  Vermont  and  South   Vermont  Lions.

We  are  looking  forward  to  seeing  you  on  Sunday  26  October  on  this  important  occasion   for  the  Healesville  Freeway  Reserve,  Bellbird  Dell  and  the  Whitehorse  community.

The  Community  Forum  is  sponsored  by  the  Friends  of  the  Healesville  Freeway  Reserve   (Whitehorse)  and  supported  by  the  Vermont  and  South  Vermont  Lions,  Bellbird  Dell   Advisory  Committee,  Nunawading  Community  Gardens,  Nadrasca  and  Nadrasca  farm, The  Concept  4  Preservation,  Whitehorse  Community  Indigenous  Plant   Project/Bungalook  nursery,  Greenlink  Box  Hill  nursery,  the  Blackburn  &  District  Tree   Preservation  Society  and  the  Blackburn  &  District  Environment  Protection  Fund.

Email:  info@friendsofthehealesvillefreewayreserve.org

Web  site:  http://www.friendsofthehealesvillefreewayreserve.org

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