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Bin Chickens (Ibis) foul foot[path.

Liverpool City Council outdoor crews cleaned the footpaths at Liverpool Railway Station that was badly fouled by Ibis bird droppings. Cllr Harle asked for the area to be cleaned and placed on a regular weekly cleaning cycle. An investigation is … Continue reading

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Merit Award to Cr Peter Harle

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Thank you to Members Friends and Supporters

Dear LCIT Members and Friends, A very big thank you to all our supporters and LCIT members that manned the polling booths for the Liverpool Community Independents Team (LCIT) on Saturday 4th December. Words are never enough to thank everyone, … Continue reading

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Proposed Stormwater Drainage Systems

As an elected Councillor representing our community, I have major concerns with proposed stormwater drainage systems and firsthand experience. There are numerous negative impacts of the open stormwater drainage systems currently being implemented despite residents’ objections. After numerous complaints from … Continue reading

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Why Should I Vote for Peter Harle as Mayor

 

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Liverpool Council Animal Shelter LAS

The Liverpool City Council Animal Shelter (LAS) had a bumpy ride through Council processes. I have always supported the LAS to be homed in Liverpool ever since the issue came to Council. I have also suggested that it be located … Continue reading

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WSROC and Bunnings partner on responsible recycling

Media Release 9th November 2020 WSROC and Bunnings partner on responsible recycling Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) and nine western Sydney councils have partnered with Bunnings stores in the region to address the growing concern of problem wastes … Continue reading

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Middleton Grange – The Rescision Motion

Middleton Grange; the Rescission Motion. I have received many emails and phone calls regarding the Middleton Town Centre Rescission Motion. To clarify my decision; I co-signed the Rescission Motion of the 31st July 2019 Council Meeting on the basis that … Continue reading

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Council limits residents viewing video recording of council meetings.

Proposed changes to the “Councils Code of Meeting Practice”. Motion: That Council: Adopts the Code of Meeting Practice with the alteration to place the video recording of Council Meetings onto the Council website for a period of no less than … Continue reading

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Post Election musings.

The state election has come and gone, while little has changed. In Liverpool Liberals reduced Labors’ margin by around 5% but remains at more than 20%, otherwise it made little difference to the more than 100 years of Labor dominance. … Continue reading

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