Instead of trying to criticise the largest infrastructure project in our region, I suggest that Cr Harris may wish to focus his attention on the unresolved issues that have long been before council, such as the Civic Hall site and the saleyards.

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Welcome

Geoff Howard

As the Member for the Buninyong Electorate, I am your local government representative and you can contact me if you have any queries or concerns about State Government issues that affect you in Buninyong.

 

Over the coming months I intend to continue my practice of meeting with as many people as possible across the communities in the new electorate.

 

As well as holding my regular community consultations, I will be door-knocking and making phone contact with residents.

 

I will also be holding local community meetings and BBQ’s across the many suburbs, towns and regions in the electorate.

 

If I miss you while I am out and about, or you are not able to attend my community meetings in your area and would like to speak with me, please call 5331 7722 or e-mail me on geoff.howard@parliament.vic.gov.au

 

I would also welcome any support you may like to offer towards my efforts to provide strong leadership to represent your community.

 

Geoff Howard
MLA Buninyong

Parliament

Dereel Men’s Shed

September 14, 2016

I was pleased to join Doug Braddy and the Dereel Men's Shed team last Monday to celebrate the opening of their new men's shed. This was the third visit to Golden Plains shire in as many weeks where I joined members of the community to celebrate the completion of new community infrastructure delivered in partnership with the community, the shire and government.

Matters of public importance

August 31, 2016

On a point of order, Deputy Speaker, the member for Ferntree Gully clearly is getting right away from the MPI's issue of employment