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Chapel Street looking good

Things are going well with Glenorchy City Council.

Glenorchy Alderman Bec Thomas recently met members of the Hobart Dog Walking Association committee at Chapel Street Reserve, Glenorchy.

Alderman Thomas has informed the HDWA that the Glenorchy City Council is planning to proceed with fencing the perimeter of the reserve and installing extra bins and bags and a water bubbler to make basic improvements to the existing use of the area.

The Council will write to neighbouring residents to inform them of their intentions. Once usage of the park increases, the Council will consult on any further improvements that might be required or desired.

The GCC noted the HDWA point about an audit and strategic planning of dog walking sites in the municipality and Alderman Thomas will raise this with the Healthy Communities Committee when it comes to planning and prioritising activities in early 2019.


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