Apprentice Mitch Hills puts face to the strong and strengthening relationship between the City of Busselton and resource giant Rio Tinto.
The young Busselton resident was employed at the City of Busselton in June last year as a heavy duty diesel mechanic apprentice.
The development of a new café/kiosk on the Dunsborough Foreshore remains possible subject to public support for a proposed new location and building footprint size and there being future commercial interest in the new site.
The revised site for the café/kiosk is approximately 150m south-east of the location proposed last year. This new site is located outside the up-graded ar
The City of Busselton supports exploring the potential benefits associated with the adoption of a regional marketing brand that unifies the area and promotes the region as a top tourist destination.
However, Council has asked that the Regional Marketing Group fully considers a range of options for the brand to ensure that it is sufficiently inclusive of the region and its attributes.
The City of Busselton has launched a subsidy programme aimed at improving the aesthetic appeal of the Busselton town centre.
The City is constructing a new dump point to cater for the growing number of visitors to the region travelling in caravans and recreational vehicles.
The new dump point will be centrally located in Busselton behind Churchill Park Hall and adjacent to Kookaburra Caravan Park Number 2. While it will be free to use it will be kept locked to ensure no dumping of contaminate refuse.