The recent announcement by the Busselton Water Board that it intends to chlorinate the local water supply, has met with mixed reactions across the community.
While the Shire is receptive to issues affecting residents, it is not in the position to comment on the impending chlorination.
As part of its commitment to community engagement, the City of Busselton Council has elected to hold it's next Council Meeting in Dunsborough.
The Shire Council will meet at the Naturaliste Community Centre on April 14 and members of the Dunsborough and Yallingup communities are invited to attend.
The City of Busselton received notification from the Minister for Lands, Hon Brendon Grylls MLS, that their request to secure lots 43 and 44 in Queen Street Busselton (formerly the old Busselton Police Station) has been met.
Interpretive artworks with a heritage theme will soon provide an additional layer of enjoyment for visitors to the Busselton Jetty.
At its council meeting last Wednesday, City of Busselton Council resolved to consult with the community on a proposed new approach to the regulation of holiday homes operating across the Shire.
The proposed new approach, if adopted, will see the introduction of detailed guidelines which will regulate the operation of holiday homes.