The third Zoom meeting with the Anglesea Ward Councillors, the Surf Coast Shire Community Support Team and some community members was held on Wednesday 15 April.
The Ward Councillors reported that the Easter break went well from their point of view and there is no reason at the moment to change the Shire’s decision to keep its beaches open for swimming, surfing and other exercise options.
The Council will have its monthly meeting on April 28 but will only consider 4 items, including the draft budget. The council will meet outside with a reduced number of Councillors to ensure social distancing is maintained.
In the pre-COVID-19 world we were told the planning application for the private bridge across the Painkalac Creek would be considered at the April 28 meeting. This is no longer the case and it will be considered at a later date. The council meeting will be recorded but not live-streamed.
A Facebook page has been set up for the Aireys, Fairhaven, Moggs Creek and Eastern View Community to share information and keep in touch. It is 3231 Surfcoast Connection. If you’ve not already joined the AIDA Facebook page please do: AIDA – Aireys Inlet & District Association. Join both Facebook pages and stay in touch with your community.
The Anglesea Baptist Church is setting up a food collection and distribution network for those in the community who are in need. There are discussions about including the Aireys Church Community with this initiative.
If you need any help please get in touch with the Shire’s Community Support Team.