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Email Satterley for an invite

Did someone say waste water treatment plant?

It really sucks when the developer leaves out the detail from their shiny brochure.... and this one may come with odour (did you know they plan to use the same tech as the successful Mundaring plant? Hmmmmm 🤨)


Why not write to Satterley and request an invite to their upcoming 'A Sense of $toneville Part 2'

(...because Part 1 didn't quite cut it 😉)

It's on Thursday 2nd May 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Mundaring Sporting Club, Coolgardie St Mundaring

Please RSVP by Monday 29 April to northstoneville@satterley.com.au

But all this got us thinking....

Last week Save Perth Hills requested an urgent meeting with the Shire of Mundaring to outline serious technical details / concerns and to clarify the WAPC process on behalf of the community. The Shire President replied they had sought legal advice that the process does not allow further deliberation with the Structure Plan (SP) still being considered.

So..... why is Satterley permitted to continue to seek active community input ‘to Alter the plan’ when the SP has not been approved? Are the majority of 950+ submissions that objected to the plan irrelevant? If the developer can change their mind (alter the plan) while the process is underway, it makes a mockery of the submissions process. Confused.

FYI Matthew Hughes Member for Kalamunda, Rita Saffioti MLA and Mark McGowan

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