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Latest News for April 2014

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  • Waistlines may suffer slightly over Easter, but the environment doesn’t need to and Mildura Rural City Council is reminding locals to recycle packaging from their treats this long weekend.
  • Do you use our local libraries? What do you love about them? What do you think could be improved?
  • Mildura Rural City Council’s Draft Rating Strategy will be tabled at a Special Council Meeting to be held on Wednesday 16 April. The rating strategy, which forms part of a broad revenue review, will formulate the way rates will be calculated over the next five years.
  • In what is fast becoming one of the biggest annual promotional events for our region, the Mildura stands at this year’s Regional Victoria Living Expo are set to give a real bird’s eye view of what we have to offer.
  • Mildura Rural City Council in conjunction with the Mildura Eco Village will be hosting a Sustainability Conference on Friday 9 May and are looking for businesses to exhibit on the day.
  • To help people get out and about during Premier’s Active April, Healthy Together Mildura and Victoria Walks have joined forces to map and publish a series of short walks around the region.
  • Do you live in an apartment or flat? Is your yard too small for a veggie patch? Or are you just looking to combine your love of gardening with a social outing? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, why not sign up for your own garden bed in the Mildura Eco Village’s community garden?
  • Mildura Arts Centre has a treat in store for just about everyone during the up coming Easter holidays, with the Front of House Cabaret series leading the way into almost three weeks of busy programming.
  • Feedback from the community has been integral in the drafting of Mildura Rural City Council’s Library Service Strategic Plan which is now on public exhibition for further comment.

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