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Commuting standstill: Council and Community need to act

9 AM TUESDAY 18 MAY 2016

Traffic south bound on Springvale Road at a standstill 800-900 metres from the High Street Road intersection.

Cars travelling at minimum speed and banked up across 3 lanes on Springvale Road is a common situation in the north of Glen Waverley. 449 more words

Monash City Council

Development or Devastation?

My walk to work, a mere 2.5km through Glen Waverley’s northern corner, is increasingly challenging as I negotiate yet another broken, illegally fenced, car blocked, mud covered or flooded footpath as another home site is bulldozed of every last blade of grass before being swamped under a monstrous concrete box. 226 more words

Local Government

Recycled Mayor and controversy

Cr Geoff Lake is has been recycled to the position of Mayor of Monash.  The appointment is not without controversy some of which is reported in Hansard: 212 more words

Local Government

Proper review of Central Car Park called for

The agenda for Council meeting Tuesday 26 April is online at: http://www.monash.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Council/Agendas-Minutes/26-April-2016#agenda

EM&U encourages all residents to attend the Council meeting on Tuesday 26 April 7.30 pm at the Council Offices 293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley. 406 more words

Monash City Council

Glen Waverley to become the new Chapel Street

By Suek Jing

THE rooftop venue development is transforming Glen Waverley into the new Chapel St of Melbourne’s East, soon becoming one of Melbourne’s most popular¬†destinations and entertainment hot spots. 606 more words

Local News Story

Trei Cafe, Glen Waverley

It was a Sunday noon after a late night with friends, we had just got up and the perfect brunch opportunity presented itself. We decided on Trei Cafe because I have been wanting to try out what Trei Cafe is synonymous for: Coconut hotcakes. 197 more words