On Thursday, 3 July 2014, Elected Members, Council officers, the Inner West Business Enterprise Centre (BEC) Board, City of West Torrens CEO, Terry Buss and representatives from businesses across the Western suburbs gathered to celebrate the service and contributions of Susan Devine, former CEO of the Inner West BEC. The Inner West BEC services businesses primarily in West Torrens and Charles Sturt, but also across the metropolitan area from the City to South Adelaide. It is a truly valuable regional [...read more]
The City of Charles Sturt and the City of Sant’Eufemia d’Aspromonte in the Province of Reggio Calabria (Italy); have established a Sister City Relationship Agreement for the purpose of promoting collaboration, friendship and cultural connections. Delegates, including Mayor Domenico Creazzo from the City of Sant’Eufemia d’Aspromonte visited the Civic Centre on Friday 24 January for the signing of an official Sister City Relationship Agreement for the purpose of promoting collaboration, friendship and cultural connections. The City of Charles Sturt also [...read more]
This letter to the editor was sent to The Messenger in November, however it was not published. Dear Editor, I was interested to hear reports from over the weekend that some Councils, including the City of Charles Sturt, were not adopting the Residential Code planning procedures brought in by the State Government, for fear that they would lose control of planning. What many of our residents may be surprised to know is that as an elected body, Councillors [...read more]
The Minister for Planning, John Rau has recently released for public consultation a document known as the "Woodville Station DPA". This document proposes the rezoning of the St Clair Oval site on Woodville Road for residential development up to 8 storeys as part of a Development Plan Amendment by the Minister. Council will be holding an information session for residents wishing to make a submission on this proposal at 7.30pm on Wednesday 12th December. The closing date for submissions is the 14th February. [...read more]
We are currently asking for feedback on the composition of Council. This review, known as a Representation Review, only happens once every 7 years, so it is important to get it right! Some of the things that residents need to consider are the number of Councillors, the number of wards and the number of Councillors in each ward. All of these things are important as they affect how well a Council can represent its residents and how accessible it is to [...read more]
Did you know that the City of Charles Sturt has its very own Quiz and Quizmaster? Join world famous Quizmaster Stephen at 4pm on Tuesdays at Findon, Wednesdays at West Lakes and Thursdays and Fridays at the Civic Library, Woodville. Everyone is welcome to test their general knowledge and have some fun! A host of prizes are up for grabs in each free Quiz session, including movie tickets from generous sponsors Greater Union Cinemas at Arndale
Welcome to the Inaugural Mayor’s Blog for the City of Charles Sturt! This is a first for me, and also for our Council. I intend to use this blog to highlight topics and information that I hope will be of interest to you, and I am always happy to hear feedback on how you think it could be improved. In today’s blog I would like to highlight something that I’m sure many of us don’t think about too often; [...read more]
Welcome to the new blog from the Mayor of the City of Charles Sturt, Kirsten Alexander. The Mayor will be posting blogs about what is happening in around the City and we encourage you to become a follower by entering your email address in the box on the right so you don't miss out on anything! Stay tuned for the first exciting blog coming soon!