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Subdivisions on agenda for Murray Shire Council

Seven deputations will be heard at today's Murray Shire Council meeting.

November 20, 2012 12:00am

Murray Shire Council will hear seven deputations during the policy and resources committee meeting today.

Brian Mitsch will address council regarding a six-lot rural subdivision at Perricoota Forest Rd, Moama.

One proposed lot contains two existing cottages and the remaining lots have the potential to have dwellings built.

Council staff have recommended the application be refused.

Councillors will decide on an application for a 13-lot residential subdivision of two properties in Maiden Smith Drive and Merool Rd, Moama.

It is recommended consent be given for the subdivision and associated civil works.

Former Murray Shire mayor Graeme Shiells has submitted a development application to council for an eight-lot subdivision for his property at 23 Maiden Smith Drive, Moama.

Council received four submissions, with one submission signed by 10 landholders, objecting to the application.

Council has recommended consent be given for the subdivision and associated civil works.

Council will also decide on a seven-lot subdivision at 22 Maiden Smith Drive, Moama, for which recommendation is to grant consent.

Richard McKey, Jane Stumpf and Shane Moorse will address council regarding an extension to the existing Tarragon Lodge Tourist Park in Mathoura.

It is recommended approval be granted for the extension.

Mark Naughton will address council regarding a red gum sleeper retaining wall and walkway and disabled access on the Murray River next to Wharparilla Drive, Echuca.

Warren Barnett and Heidi Glenn of the Mathoura Recreation Reserve Committee will address councillors to provide them with a better understanding of the user groups and what they are aiming to achieve.

The meetings will be at Mathoura Visitor and Business Centre from 1pm.

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