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Kilmore
Monday, November 18, 2019

Development

Bypass acquisitions supported

By Jackson Russell Land acquisitions for the southern portion of a Kilmore bypass can now proceed following a unanimous vote by Mitchell Shire councillors. Regional Roads Victoria can now...

Shopping development moves forward

By Jackson Russell Land will be ready for a new shopping centre to be built in Kilmore’s north, pending rezoning approval by the Minister for Planning. Mitchell Shire councillors agreed at last...

Bike track bid

Kilmore's Monument Hill and Green's Pinch Reserve could become home to mountain bike tracks. Mitchell Shire Council is investigating the feasibility of creating mountain bike tracks through both...

Northern Highway speed zone confusion

The speed limit on the Northern Highway north of Wallan has been temporarily reduced to 60 kilometres an hour after Regional Roads Victoria determined safety upgrades are required. However, the safety upgrades...

Food truck development

A Kilmore developer plans to transform a disused warehouse on Sydney Street into a gourmet food truck park. A planning permit application for the site at 37 Sydney...

Pool potential

The first steps are underway for an aquatic centre to be built in Wallan. Mitchell Shire Council is asking the community through a survey what it would like...

Boon for Wallan East

By Jackson Russell Construction on a proposed $14 million property development at Wallan East is likely to start within 12 months after being given the green light by...

Lights on O’Herns

NEW overhead street lights at the O’Herns Road and High Street intersection in Epping were switched on last week with Member for Thomastown Bronwyn Halfpenny visiting the new intersection to officially flick...

Whiteheads Creek crossing approved

By Jackson RussellA culvert over Whiteheads Creek at Delatite Road in Seymour will be included in the 2021-22 Mitchell Shire Council budget after a decision was made to adopt a design standard...

Council aligned

By Eden Hynninen Councillors were united at the Macedon Ranges Shire Council meeting after resolving two development matters in Riddells Creek and Gisborne on Wednesday night.