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  • Annual rates notices will be delivered during the next few days. Head to the 'rates' section of the website to find out about rate capping, how your rates are calculated, and our new rates payment tool, FlexiPay. More...
  • Women across the Casey Cardinia region are invited to attend the Casey Cardinia Women’s Business lunch, held as part of the 2016 Victorian Small Business Festival Victoria 2016. The event will be held from 11.30am–2pm on Friday 26 August at Cardinia Cultural Centre, Pakenham. More...
  • Community members are invited to give their feedback on four possible design scenarios for the future Emerald Hills Hub. Residents and business owners have until Wednesday 31 August, 2016 to have their say on which scenario they prefer. More...
  • Cockatoo’s Ash Wednesday Bushfire Education Centre was officially opened by Member for Eastern Victoria Daniel Mulino and Member for La Trobe Jason Wood on Saturday 30 July. This memorial centre, built at the site of the former kindergarten in McBride Street, Cockatoo, is significant to the local community as around 300 residents took shelter in the building while fire tore through Cockatoo on 16 February 1983. More than 300 buildings were destroyed and six lives were lost in the township. More...

August 2016

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