Meeting called to discuss housing changes

A WARD meeting will be held on 11 July for Kingston resignets in the Central Ward. Residents are invited to attend and discuss council’s housing strategy and neighbourhood character study with counci...

Cash to catch monkey bike riders

CCTV TECHNOLOGY will be trialled at the Seaford Wetlands in an effort to kerb illegal monkey bike usage. Frankston councillors voted unanimously at their 1 July meeting to allocate $8000 in their bud...

Charge following Chelsea Heights murder

Homicide Squad detectives with the assistance of the Special Operations Group have arrested a man wanted on warrant in relation to a fatal stabbing in Chelsea Heights last month. It is alleged that 4...

Super ripoffs ‘rife’

EMPLOYERS owe more than $9 million in superannuation to workers in Mordialloc according to an Industry Super Australia analysis. More than 4700 Mordialloc workers have been missing out on super accor...

Interim CEO appointed

PHIL Cantillon has been appointed as temporary CEO of Frankston Council. Mr Cantillon has been at council since October of 2017 as director of community assets. He had previously been at Baw Baw Shir...

Monitor’s stay extended

FRANKSTON Council’s municipal monitor is set for an extended stay. The state government appointed monitor Prue Digby to investigate and prepare a report on Frankston Council in December of 2017, with...

Tree on the chopping block

A HUGE tree which looms over Bradina Court faces an uncertain future after complaints from residents. Kingston Council voted at their 24 June meeting to “undertake a risk assessment of the impact of ...

Climate change puts coast at risk

EROSION is expected to put coastal areas in Frankston and Mordialloc at risk by 2040, according to a Victorian Environmental Assessment Council report. The report, released last month, states that th...