The City of Busselton Council deliberated a confidential report at its meeting last night the outcomes of which may well pave the way for the development of a new discount department store in the Busselton CBD.
The report outlined a preliminary proposal for the upgrade and expansion of the Busselton Central Shopping Centre, Target and Rivers Stores.
The City of Busselton and CinéfestOZ continue to be firm partners with a new sponsorship arrangement which will see City funding for this growing international film festival secured for the next three years.
The City will fund CinéfestOZ instalments of $50,000, $60,000 and a further $60,000 over the next three financial years.
The City of Busselton has secured $20,000 in external funding as part of the Local Government Energy Efficiency Programme instigated and managed by the Australian Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.
The funding will be used to install one commercial solar hot water system at the Kookaburra Caravan Park and seven domestic solar hot water systems at Winderlup Court units (aged ho
After lengthy and considered debate City of Busselton Councillors resolved to adopt a new youth services funding and delivery model, effective June 30, 2013.
This decision ends the City’s multi-year funding arrangement with community group Southern Rip which has acted as the City’s youth arm for several years.
Thanks to a partnership between members of the Quindalup Sea Rescue and the City of Busselton, new housing for the City’s Dunsborough-based beach trekker wheelchair has been constructed at Quindalup Beach.
An extension to the Quindalup Sea Rescue building has been constructed to house the beach wheelchair.