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Council releases draft budget

Council releases draft budget

Hepburn Shire Council has released its $58.06M draft budget for 2022/2023, which has a total revenue increase of $15.24M or 37 percent on the current budget due to a considerable injection of State and Federal capital grants and stimulus project funding, along with...
Proposed sale of The Rex

Proposed sale of The Rex

Council has launched a community engagement process inviting feedback into its intention to sell The Rex building located in Daylesford. We are inviting you to complete a short survey or have a conversation with your community group regarding the intended sale of The...
Council recommends Jim Crow Creek be renamed

Council recommends Jim Crow Creek be renamed

Council recommends Jim Crow Creek be renamed at the meeting last week, Council resolved to request Geographic Names Victoria to rename the Jim Crow Creek to Larni Barramal Yaluk. Council has worked closely with project partners, Mount Alexander Shire Council, North...
Aquatic Strategy Adopted

Aquatic Strategy Adopted

Last night Council adopted its Aquatics Strategy, outlining a 10-year priority plan to guide the future direction for aquatics facilities in the shire. The Aquatics Strategy includes a vision to provide access to sustainable, affordable year-round aquatics facilities...
Artisan Agriculture Webinar

Artisan Agriculture Webinar

Council is inviting producers, growers and business owners from the Hepburn Shire and broader region to participate in a marketing workshop. The way we do marketing has changed in recent years, and like many business owners, this change may have affected your...
More time to finesse response to AusNet EES

More time to finesse response to AusNet EES

Hepburn Shire Council has welcomed the announcement by AusNet this week that it intends to invest more time in carrying out consultation with landholders and the community on the proposed route for overhead transmission lines and terminal station proposed as part of...