Monthly Archives: July 2013

Learning to Protect Our Beautiful Bay

Recently the Dolphin Research Institute and Frankston City Council  launched a new educational DVD called ‘Learning to Protect Our Beautiful Bay’.  Visit our News page for more information and to view this excellent video.

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Residential Zones

Frankston Council is in the process of implementing the State Government’s New Residential Zones. It is advisable that you check how this will affect the area where you live.  Please refer to the News page for further information    

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FCC Dredging Update

FCC dredging of the mouth of Kananook Creek has been delayed until late August. For further information please see the News page.

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KCA Working Bee Sunday 14th July

CENTRAL GROUP WORKING BEE Sunday 14th July – 9am – 11am Lots of help is required for a LAST CHANCE special effort with 500 plants to be planted north of Boonong Ave. Park as near as possible to the pumping … Continue reading

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KCA Southern Team at Work

Special thanks to our hard working volunteers.  Pictured, some of our very active and much appreciated southern team at work on Sunday July 7. What a great way to warm up, get some fresh air and exercise, meet your neighbours and … Continue reading

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