The City of Busselton is pleased with the Magistrate’s decision to impose a significant fine on the owner of a Pit Bull Terrier X which attacked another dog while it was being walked on the lead along a Busselton beach.
The owner of the dog was found guilty in the local Magistrate’s court yesterday and is now required to pay vet costs of $2,901 and further fines and costs of $5,579.
The City of Busselton’s Lower Vasse River Taskforce has given its support to changes in State legislation which will limit the amount of phosphorus used in domestic fertilisers that have in the past contributed significantly to algal bloom in the Lower Vasse River and Toby Inlet.
Since January 1 2013, new State regulations have been introduced to limit the amount of phosphorus con
Construction of two new sets of steps which will provide access to the water’s edge from the western most part of the refurbished Busselton Foreshore, is now underway and scheduled for completion by the end of the month.
The stairways, which have always been a planning feature of the redevelopment, will be strategically placed along the length of the granite seawall that runs from the E
The City of Busselton is offering a $500 reward for information relating to the theft of sprinklers recently installed at the area adjacent to the Abbey Boat Ramp.
Work crew from the City installed the new reticulation system in between Christmas and New Year. The theft was discovered yesterday by City Officers.
The community’s vision for a top-notch skate park in Dunsborough is getting much closer to realisation with works on the existing skate park scheduled to commence on January 7, 2013.
This exciting project was initiated by the Dunsborough community in 2010 with a petition of 540 signatures presented to Council.