RSVP: Catch the Bus to the AGL AGM on 26/9

RSVP: Catch the Bus to the AGL AGM on 26/9

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We will be arranging to have a charter bus to take people to the AGL AGM on September 26th to make our objections clear!  Use the form below to let us know that you will be showing up for the AGM bus we are arranging.

Bus departure time is Wednesday, September 27th at 7:30AM.  Location is at the Western Port Marina cark park (enter on Mullet Street).   

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Mornington Peninsula Shire Concerned About AGL’s Plans

Mornington Peninsula Shire Concerned About AGL’s Plans

We were extremely pleased that the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has put their support behind our efforts to question the Crib Point gas import terminal’s viability and impact on the environment.

During the September 11th meeting, the council heard the motion moved by Cr. Gill and seconded by Cr. Roper, resulting in the following offical recommendation, as entered in the Shire’s records and provided to us for public distribution:

COUNCIL DECISION

That Mornington Peninsula Shire Council (MPSC) shares community concerns regarding the proposed importation of gas at Crib Point and calls for a State Government run, transparent consultation process that includes examining environmental effects and problems associated with the proposed 60 kilometre pipeline through agricultural land. MPSC supports a carbon neutral, renewable and clean energy supply.

The Save Westernport group believes that this sentiment reflects and reinforces the majority of voices we’ve heard, both publicly and in private meetings, throughout the Peninsula area.  We have gotten so much positive feedback that our efforts have helped raise awareness in our local communities and it is good to hear the council reaffirm their support.

 

Yes, Minister.  It’s Your Call.

Yes, Minister. It’s Your Call.

Last night, AGL told our representatives they have finally submitted their joint referral to Planning Minister Richard Wynne. The submission has had community groups and policy-makers on edge since AGL announced their plans to lodge a referral to the planning minister back in 2017. Since then residents, planners, and corporate stakeholders have battled to determine whether sufficient consideration has been given to the effects of the proposed AGL regasification terminal at Crib Point.
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Jetty Works Advancing? But No Approvals? What Next?

Jetty Works Advancing? But No Approvals? What Next?

On August 30, activity at the jetty increased and a fence that limits public access to Shelly Beach went up to the north side of the jetty at Crib Point.   Communication from both AGL and the Port of Hastings have been extremely unclear.  Are these the designated perimeter and site buildings for remediation?  Or something else?  It is difficult to understand how remediation work on the Crib Point jetty could be underway when AGL and APA still have not made their application to Government for the proposed LNG import facility and pipeline to Pakenham.

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