• It’s our turn

    splash park
    WE WANT ACTION: Myrtleford Chamber of Commerce president Jim Van Geet (left) and local businessman Nathan Mirt are seeking feedback from the community on their Splash Park proposal and urge residents to attend a public meeting on Monday night at the Anglican Church on Clyde Street at 7pm. PHOTO: Ashleigh Piles

    RESIDENTS are pushing to have the installation of a splash park in Myrtleford bumped higher on Alpine Shire Council’s radar.

    The Myrtleford Resilience Plan draft was released at the end of last month and prioritised a range of projects into three categories: quick wins, medium term and long term.

    A highly sought-after splash park was put in the three to ten year plan (long term) after ‘Spaces for art, study and start-ups’, ‘signage’ and ‘RV Friendly Town’.

    Myrtleford Chamber of Commerce president Jim Van Geet said the splash park must be a higher priority.

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