Lyndoch Living board responds after petition calls for its dismissal

Ben Silvester
Updated July 18 2022 - 6:04pm, first published 4:00pm
Listening: The Lyndoch Living board concedes the aged care service isn't perfect, but is keen to hear from the community (pictured: Board chair Sue Cassidy). Picture: Morgan Hancock
Listening: The Lyndoch Living board concedes the aged care service isn't perfect, but is keen to hear from the community (pictured: Board chair Sue Cassidy). Picture: Morgan Hancock

The board of Lyndoch Living has defended its actions after concerned locals launched a petition on Sunday to remove all its members.

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Ben Silvester

Ben Silvester

Victorian state correspondent

Correspondent covering key issues across regional Victoria, based in Melbourne.

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