Petitions presented: Drouin Primary parking and Hunter Close trees
 Baw Baw News   By // 13:53, Monday 18 August 2014

baw baw shire sign for the warragul citizen newspaper by william pj kulich

Two petitions from the Drouin ward were presented to councillors at last week’s council meeting.

This article was first published in the 15 August 2014 edition of the Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen. Get your copy today.


One, signed by 25 people, expressed concerns about a number of Sheoak street trees on Hunter Close.

Petitioners called for council to replace the trees, raising concerns about clogged gutters, falling branches and fire.

The other petition, signed by 134 people, called for an increase in the car parking available to parents and caregivers taking their children to and from Drouin Primary School.

Baw Baw mayor Murray Cook said “a report will come back to council on both those matters.”


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One response to “Petitions presented: Drouin Primary parking and Hunter Close trees”

  1. Jade says:

    I would have likes to sign the petition for more parking at Drouin primary.. Myself and some other parents of the schoo were unaware of any petition!