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Community input needed to help shape the future of Mentone and Cheltenham

13 July 2017

Community members are invited to help shape the future of the historic Mentone Station precinct and the Cheltenham shops.
Kingston Mayor David said Council is keen to see the Victorian Government’s upcoming Level Crossing Removal projects delivered with the best possible outcome for the local area and is calling for community input.
“Mentone and Cheltenham communities are invited to help shape how the centres will look and function once the LXRA works are completed,” Cr Eden said.
“We’re keen to hear people’s favourite places and memories of Cheltenham and Mentone so we can retain the best of the past plus gather any ideas for the future.”
“Council is working closely with the Level Crossing Removal Authority and this community feedback will be passed on to ensure the works benefit residents, visitors, commuters and traders alike.
The community can take part through pop up consultations and by completing the online survey:
  • Due to bad weather we’ve had to postpone the pop up consultation on Thursday 20 July at Mentone Station Gardens. A new consultation date will be announced soon. You can still have you say through our online survey
  • The pop up consultation for Charman Road, Cheltenham (in the laneway opposite Chemist Warehouse) is on 10am-1pm Saturday 22 July. You can also have you say at 
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