THE public has until the end of the month to comment on a list of actions and strategies deemed redundant by the Moyne Shire Council.
In the process of developing the council’s 10-year financial budget plan draft, actions from previously-adopted plans and strategies are set to be removed, some dating back to 1999.
Community and corporate support director Dean Robertson said a workshop of the long-term draft plan had identified actions which were now redundant, superseded or no longer supported.
“They are actions that have cost estimates attached to them and if they were removed it would provide a more accurate long-term financial plan,” Mr Robertson said.
He said the council regularly consulted the community on strategies influencing the financial plan.
“There may be members of the community who have a view that some of the identified actions still have relevance. If so, the council will factor their opinions into the final decision.”
The strategies and actions deemed redundant include:
. Bicycle Plan 2000;
. Coastal Action Plan 2001;
. Fire Prevention Plan 2000;
. Koroit Botanic Gardens Study 1999;
. Mailors Flat Strategy Plan 2010;
. Moyne Open Space Strategy 2003;
. Port Fairy Botanic Gardens Management Plan 1999;
. Port Fairy Planning Implementation Strategy 2007;
. Roadside Conservation Plan 2001; and
. Rural Housing Strategy 2010.
A full list can be found at www.moyne.vic.gov.au/publicnotices or Moyne Shire Council offices.