Monthly Archive: May 2015

May 29

Randwick Greens Councillor Murray Matson vows to not let Fit For The Future derail local Greens Light Rail amelioration efforts – 29th May 2015

Randwick Greens Councillor Murray Matson says that he will be able to keep pushing for CSELR light rail design improvements should tomorrow morning’s rescission motion against the Council’s recent resolution on amalgamations fail. The issues are related because the Government could sack Randwick’s Councillors if they chose not to put in an amalgamation proposal by …

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May 29

Letter to the Southern Courier on Randwick-Waverley-Botany Council mergers under Fit For The Future – 29th May 2015

The Editor The Southern Courier Dear Editor Re: “Merge is on the verge of proceeding” (Daily Telegraph and Southern Courier 29-5-2015) I am not the “head” of the local Randwick-Botany Greens. No such position exists in the constitution of the group and it runs on grass roots consensus decision making. Randwick Greens Councillor Murray Matson


May 12

CBD to South East Light Rail: Not too late to save our trees in High Cross Park and Centennial Park – 12th May 2015

The Editor The Southern Courier CSELR: Listen to Randwick Council and save our park trees Liberal Coogee MP Bruce Notley-Smith should be counseling the Transport Minister to move decisively to use Council’s designs and good will to save the trees of both High Cross Park and those of Centennial Park. It is not too late …

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May 09

CBD to South East Light Rail: SMH covers Randwick Council’s Greens initiated attempt to save High Cross Park and Centennial Park trees – 9th May 2015

Transport writer Jacob Saulwick for the Sydney Morning Herald has written an interesting article titled “Eastern suburbs light rail: Council struggles to save park and old trees“ Greens Councillors Lindsay Shurey and Murray Matson have initiated both of Randwick Council’s current campaigns to save trees at both High Cross Park and Centennial Park. Sualwick’s article …

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