Inverloch,
23
June
2016
|
02:46
Australia/Melbourne

Meeting for Mahers Landing

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If you enjoy boating in Anderson Inlet, Bass Coast Shire Council wants to talk to you!

Council is asking the boating community what the user needs are for the Mahers Landing Boating Facility.

When boat launching and retrieval reaches its peak, the Inverloch Boat Ramp can become too congested. It also faces some issues with wind and wave action which also makes launching and retrieval difficult.

Bass Coast Mayor, Cr Jordan Crugnale, said this can mean that boaters look for alternatives, and with Mahers Landing only six kilometres away, it becomes a logical choice.

“Council would like to engage people to help us decide on the appropriate development option for Mahers Landing to facilitate a more user friendly facility,” Cr Crugnale said.

We are holding a community workshop in Inverloch so that we can get your input. We hope to see as many of the interested community as possible, and look forward to working together to guide this important infrastructure development.”

The workshop will be held on Wednesday, 6 July from 5.00pm to 7.00pm at the Inverloch Community Hub.

For more information please contact Council’s Natural Resources Officer, David Martin, on d.martin@basscoast.vic.gov.au, or call (03) 5671 2774 or 1300 BCOAST (226 278).