Colac attracts cash for population growth

Colac Otway Shire Council will receive $150,000 to plan for population growth. Pictured are the council’s acting chief Phil Corluka, Cr Frank Buchanan, Member for Polwarth Terry Mulder and council planning and building manager Doug McNeill.

A $150,000 State Government grant will help plan for when Colac’s population hits 20,000.

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2 Responses to “Colac attracts cash for population growth”

  1. How about instead of you’s thinking for colac, how about ask us, then create a poll out of the most common ideas, and then we will vote for the best things!

  2. Member for Polwarth Terry Mulder said the Colac 2050 project would follow a “Botanic Garden City” theme and would improve the wellbeing, productivity, functionality and liveability of Colac.
    “Colac seeks to become a pedestrian-focused rural city that is accessible for people of all ages and abilities and a thriving rural centre of retail, business, and community services,”

    And who exactly has decided that this is what Colac wants??? Removing car parks and filling the streets with trees is going to help turn us into a ‘pedestrian-focused rural city’ because there wont be any parking space!

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