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November, 2018

Call for price to reflect value on businesses acquired for crossing removal

Accountant Peter Smith’s Cheltenham office is to be compulsory acquired as part of the Victorian government’s level-crossing removal project. Photo: Joe Armao, Fairfax Media. Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan, announces how the level crossings at Charman, Balcombe and Park roads on the Frankston line will be removed. Photo: Joe Armao, Fairfax Media.
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Peter Smith long suspected this day may come. The future of his office had been uncertain for many months as he waited to find out whether it would be acquired to allow for the removal of the level crossing at Cheltenham.

On Monday morning the state government finally confirmed the compulsorily acquisition of his office, which backs onto the railway track just metres from the station.

Mr Smith owns the office where he has run his accounting firm since 2006. It employs three people, including him.

Mr Smith now wants the price he is paid for his property to reflect its value to his business in addition to the bricks and mortar.

“A lot of new clients come in just because they see the business here rather than seeing it on the internet,” he said. “It is hard to put a price on that.”

Finding a comparable position will be no easy task for his small accounting business that has up to 600 clients.

But Mr Smith is not alone. The government on Monday morning announced it was compulsorily acquiring 25 residences and seven businesses. The properties to be acquired are all in Cheltenham, including a pharmacy that has operated more than 90 years there.

A dental surgery beside Mr Smith’s business will also be acquired.

On Monday the government revealed new details about the removal of three level crossings on the Frankston line.

The rail line will be lowered under Charman and Park roads in Cheltenham and Balcombe Road in Mentone.

Cheltenham and Mentone stations will also be rebuilt. Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan said affected property owners and residents had been notified about the acquisitions on Sunday and the following morning.

Mr Smith said he expected to have between 12 and 18 months before needing to move out of his office. But he now faces a new round of uncertainty about the acquisition arrangements. The purchase price is among his greatest concerns.

“There are enough things to worry about in the day without this as well.”

Despite the inconvenience to his business, Mr Smith accepts that lowering the train line rather than building a “sky rail” is a more appealing option for many residents.

“If I didn’t have a vested interest that would probably be my preferred solution,” he said.

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‘Considerably decomposed’ body found near Mount Macedon

Police at the scene. Photo: Bendigo Advertiser Police at Mount Macedon national park. Photo: Bendigo Advertiser
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Bushland in Mount Macedon regional park, where the body was found. Photo: Courtesy of Seven News

Detectives at the scene in Mount Macedon. Photo: Darren Howe, Bendigo Advertiser

Karen Ristevski, seen here with her husband Borce and daughter Sarah. Photo: Supplied

Police at the scene in Mount Macedon. Photo: Simon Schluter

Police at Mount Macedon. Photo: Simon Schluter

The undertaker arrives at the site where a body was found at Mount Macedon. Photo: Aisha Dow

A badly decomposed body has been found near Mount Macedon, north of Melbourne.

A bushwalker reportedly found the body among rugged bush at the base of Mount Macedon about 12.30pm on Monday. The body was reportedly found near, or under some logs.

Forensic officers arrived at the scene about three hours later and were seen walking into the bush carrying shovels and an axe.

Police at the scene said the body was that of a woman and was “considerably decomposed”, the Bendigo Advertiser reports.

However, the body is yet to be formally identified.

“Police are currently in Mount Macedon after the discovery of human remains about 12.30pm,” a police spokeswoman said.

“The remains will be taken for forensic testing to determine the identity of the deceased and the cause of death.”

The body was found not far from an area where police searched for missing Melbourne mother Karen Ristevski in December.

Police expect to be at the scene of the find overnight on Monday. Homicide squad detectives and members of the State Emergency Service are there as well.

It’s believed the body remains at the scene.

An undertaker arrived just after 9pm as investigators continued to work under spotlights.

Detectives are not expected to comment on the discovery until forensic tests confirm the identity of the dead person.

The site is accessible via a series of narrow dirt roads, which wind past country homes close to the Mount Macedon golf club.

Police have cordoned off an area at the corner of Salisbury Road and Loch Road, a hilly single-vehicle track that runs past the Macedon Regional Park.

Although it is likely to be some time before police are able to officially identify the body, dozens of journalists and photographers are gathered at the scene watching from afar as investigators, some with shovels, work among thick undergrowth.

The place where the body was discovered is a number of metres from the road, behind a small hill, making it difficult to observe from behind the police cordon.

At about 6.45pm, a couple turned up at scene and told officers they had previously seen a man in the area with a shovel and made a joke to him about burying a body.

After recounting the story to uniformed officers, the couple was taken away from the media contingent to behind the police cordon.

They are currently being spoken to by plain-clothes detectives.

Locals Krystal Pate and Alastair McLellan visited the scene on Monday afternoon and said the entire area around Mount Macedon was a very popular place for hikers.

However they said they didn’t realise the road near where the body was found went so deep into the forest.

“I thought it was a no-through road until today,” said Mr McLellan.

“Though you would have your local people going for walks around here.”

However, resident Paul Gordon said walkers avoided the bush track, near where the body was found, because it was so rough.

“It’s isolated. No one walks through there because it’s so rough,” Mr Gordon told Channel Seven.

“It’s just real rough bush.”

Ian Flannery said “very, very few people at all” ventured into that part of the bush.

“You might see a couple of walkers, maybe a four-wheel-drive driven down every now and then, but it’s very, very isolated.”

In December, police looking for Ms Ristevski searched dams and grassland in Toolern Vale, about 25 kilometres from where the body was found on Monday.

However, it is not known if the case is linked.

Ms Ristevski, 47, was last seen at her Avondale Heights home by her husband Borce Ristevski on June 29, 2016.

There have been reports Ms Ristevski’s phone pinged on towers on the Calder Highway and at Gisborne on the day she went missing.

Police and SES volunteers searched an area spanning from Blackhill Road to Gisborne Road, looking in grassland, waterways, creeks and farms on December 19 and 20.

Mount Macedon is a 23 minute-drive from Toolern Vale, and a 15 minute-drive from Gisborne.

Fairfax Media understands the Ristevski family is aware of the discovery, but has not been formally notified by police.

Ms Ristevski’s husband, Borce, did not respond to calls on Monday afternoon.

This is the place a body has been discovered near Mt Macedon, right on the edge of the Macedon Conservation Reserve @theagepic.twitter南京夜网/xqa27KdyJ4— Aisha Dow (@aishamae) February 20, 2017Woman’s body found in Mount Macedon Regional Park, Homicide Squad on the scene investigating. Body believed to be “considerably decomposed” pic.twitter南京夜网/7k1DP77XzB— Adam Holmes (@AdamHolmes010) February 20, 2017Crime scene set up on Loch Road, on the edge of Macedon Regional Park. Just a few hundred metres from houses pic.twitter南京夜网/gjVzAZeQLZ— Adam Holmes (@AdamHolmes010) February 20, 2017Large contingent of media gathered at the base of Mr Macedon where a decomposed body has been discovered. @theagepic.twitter南京夜网/4gzxtaloMG— Aisha Dow (@aishamae) February 20, 2017   */]]>

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Horsham Rural City Council meeting

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7.40pm

The council meeting has moved on to confidential matters. Thanks for your company tonight.

7.34pm

Horsham bypass. Purpose: to provide background information to assist Council to consider its position in relation to the Horsham Bypass.

Second bypass motion of the night. Cr David Grimble has distributed a proposed amendment.

Cr Mark Radford asked for clarification on the amendment to delete item 4: “That this Council undertake an independent review of the draft Aerodrome Master Plan before determining its view on the potential impact of the Bypass on the current and future operations of the Aerodrome.

Cr Grimble said he wanted to explain the whole amendment at once.

Cr Grimble said we wanted to pass a motion that Horsham council not endorse bypass options with impacts on land reserved for Horsham Aerodrome.

“The conflictwith the aerodrome remains quite significant,” he said.

Cr Grimble said VicRoads had a clear preference of option D and Horsham council needed to make its own representations to the planning minister.

“We need to give the minister very clear direction on what this community is looking for and not worry about VicRoads,” he said.

Cr Radford said the public gallery must be wondering what councillors are doing.

He said council officers and councillors had been working since early last week to get the wording right on the motion.

Cr Radford said he was behind the amendment except for removing item four.

“That is a critical statement,” he said.

“If we are going to have a vision for the aerodrome for the next 50 years, having a third independent review is a blingin’good idea,” he said.

Cr Alethea Sedgman has asked Cr Grimble if there would still be a review.

“Everybody I’ve talked to has said the last review was inaccurate,” she said.

“I would prefer that we still have a review.”

Cr Grimble said he would be happy to have point four restored.

Cr Robinson said councillors needed a full understanding of the motion to get behind it.

Cr Clarke said she would not back the amendment as the original motion had been discussed and the new changes had confused councillors.

Cr Grimble said he had a good understanding of the range of opinions in the community . He saidnot all councillors were included in email chains or other meetings about the motion.

“This chamber is around for debating. There is nothing in the amendment that will cause you undue duress,” he said.

Division called: Crs Sedgman, Robinson, Power, Grimble and Koenig supportamendment.

Cr Radford has moved a motion to put back in point four. Chief executive Peter Brown suggests anamendment. Cr Grimble has moved an amendment along those lines.

Cr Robinson said councillors should wait until the meeting with the planning minister before moving towards a potentially expensive and time-consuming review.

Cr Grimble is now intending to vote against his own amendment.

Cr Radford said the independent review did not have to be done before Horsham council meets with the plannig minister but it needs to be done.

The amendment to put back in point four is passed with votes from Sedgman, Radford, Power and Koenig.

6.56pm

Concern over possible loss of federal funding for 15 hours of early childhood education

Cr Alethea Sedgman said she hopes media in the Wimmera will pay more attention to the issue.

“The brain’s development from age one to five is vital,” she said.

Cr Sedgman said she had a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education.

Cr Clarke said an extra five hours of early childhood education made a huge difference.

“When you spend money on early childhood education, you save money elsewhere,” she said.

“Working families could end up with an extra $2000 per year in costs. This is really important.”

Motion carried unanimously.

6.52pm

Contract for internal alternations to council chambers.

Cr Koenig said there was a chance that council spending money on itself would not be well-received. He points out the work is required to bring the chamber up to disability access standards.

“We’re not just giving ourselves an upgrade,” he said.

Cr Clarke said the works would also make the second half of the civic centre more useful instead of just being used for council meetings.

Unanimously carried.

6.42pm

‘Wilde’ has been added to the list of potential new street names.

From Horsham council’s report:

“Mr Brian Wilde has submitted the name Wilde in honour of his father, Harold Wilde. Harold and his wife have spent most of their lives living and working in the Green Park area with their twelve children. Harold was a stock carrier and a general carrier between 1944 and 1956 and owned the longest semi-trailer in Victoria. As Harold had a vested interest in the transport area, he was one of the first people to be on the Transport Regulations Board which later became known as VicRoads. As well as being a stock carrier, Harold also spent many years shearing sheep and helping out wherever he could.”

6.33pm

Cameron Oval upgrades.

Cr Mark Radford said it was a good new story and the oval served as a bushfire shelter.

Cr Radford pointed tothe move to allocate $340,000 from the infrastructure gap fund, supported by a one per cent above cap rates rise.

“Without this funding, I don’t know where this project would be,” Cr Radford said.

Technical services director John Martin said he was looking forward to contractors bidding for the project.

In response to Cr David Grimble, Horsham council chief executive Peter Brown said the infrastructure renewal fund had $2 million and rated infrastructure out of oneto 10, with nine being in desperate need for renewal.

“I’d say the Laharum changerooms are in a disgraceful shape and are more suited to 40 years ago,” Mr Brown said.

Mr Brown said Horsham council had applied for money from the state and federal governments, and he was more confident of success with the state government.

Motion carried.

6.24pm

LGBTI roadshow.

Cr Clarke said that, as community leaders, councillors needed to support all community members.

“There are some young people who feel they have to leave the area, which is a shame,” she said.

“The suicide rate among young regional LBGTI people is alarming.”

Cr Koenig said it’s a shame that such a pro-tolerance campaign was necessary, but he welcomedit.

“It’s the year 2017,”

“Some of the stories you hear at Wimmera Uniting Care just break your heart.”

Cr Sedgman said it would be a good addition to the other youth services that have started in the region.

6.16pm

Cr Grimble has moved a motion to develop a code of conduct around emails sent by councillors through official Horsham Rural City accounts.

Cr Grimble said a code of conduct would boost accountability and transparency. He has also called for more decisions to be made in open meetings.

Cr John Robinson said he had been concerned by recent emails that could have constituted an non-inclusive debate on council policy.

Motion carried unanimously.

6.01pm

Cr Mark Radford said there had been a lot of ratepayer interest in the newCCTV cameras for Horsham’s CBD.

5:58pm

Cr John Robinson, who attended the 75thanniversary commemorativeservice for the Wimmera’s Darwin Defenders with Cr Clarke, said it was amazing to see at the ceremonya serviceman who was there in 1942.

5.52pm

Cr Les Power said he accidentally walked into the old Horsham Town Hall ahead of the 1st anniversary of the $20 million refurbishment.

“I wondered where all the money went,” he said.

Cr Power said he then found the new part.

“It’s fantastic. it’s a real selling point of Horsham,” he said.

“I was one of the people who thought we shouldn’t do it.”

Cr Power said he also attended the 140th anniversary of the Horsham Agricultural Society.

5.48pm

Crs Alethea Sedgman and David Grimble have noted their presence at a reception for Western Bulldogs AFL players today.

Cr Grimble said he would like fewerdecisions made in non-public briefingsessions and more in public council meetings.

5.40pm

Horsham council Mayor Pam Clarke has urged residents to take advantage of free parking on Friday ahead of Tidy Towns judging but to be aware that time limits still apply.

5.38pm

Cr Grimble has been asked to clarify point two of his motion, which calls for greater council involvement in the process.

Cr Grimble said it was more about getting community buy-in.

Cr Robinson said he would support the motion as he needed more information and a lack of informationhad been a problem throughout the process.

Motion carried.

5.33pm

Cr David Grimble has moveda motion requesting the Victorian Roads Minister intervene in the planning application for the Horsham truck bypass.

Cr Grimble has read out a list of issues he believes have yet to be dealt with, including extracts form the reports of the planning panel.

Cr Grimble said proceedingwith option D would have an impact on the Horsham Aerodrome.

“Net community benefit has not been proven at this stage,” Cr Grimble said.

5.30pm

Welcome to the Mail-Times Horsham Rural City Council live blog for February 20, 2017.

Onthe agenda tonight (full documents available here)

10.1.1 LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, INTERSEX (LGBTI) EQUALITY ROADSHOW

Purpose: This report outlines a proposed Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Equality Roadshow (LGBTI) visiting the Wimmera on the week commencing Thursday 16 and Friday 17 March, 2017. 10.1.2

UPGRADE OF FACILITIES AT CAMERON OVAL LAHARUM

Purpose: To provide an update to Council on proposals for upgrades to facilities at Cameron Oval Laharum following the completion of the Laharum Precinct Plan in June 2015, and to recommend arrangements to fund these works.

10.1.3 COUNCIL COMMITTEES OF MANAGEMENT

Purpose: To amend the appointment of Councillors to various Council Committees of Management.

10.2 DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE SERVICES 10.2.1 REVIEW OF DELEGATED POWERS

Purpose: To update Council’s delegations to staff with changes arising from the Maddocks Delegation Service.

10.2.2 CHANGE OF GOVERNANCE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE HAVEN RECREATION RESERVE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT

Purpose: To dissolve the Special Committee of Council known as the Haven Recreation Reserve Committee of Management and replace it with an Advisory Committee.

10.2.3 LOCAL GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORTING FRAMEWORK (LGPRF) HALF YEARLY REPORT

Purpose: To provide a half yearly report on Council’s results from the data collection to date, for the half year July – December 2016 of the mandatory Local Government Performance Reporting Framework (LGPRF).

10.2.4 COUNCIL PLAN – HALF YEARLY REPORT

Purpose: To provide Council with a half yearly report on Council’s performance against the Council Plan, strategic priorities and indicators, for the 6 months ended 31st December 2016.

10.2.5 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT

Purpose: To provide Council with the quarterly financial report for the quarter ended 31 December 2016.

10.2.6 REQUEST FOR INCLUSION ON COUNCIL’S STREET NAME LIST – WILDE

Purpose: To request the name Wilde be added to Council’s Street Name list.

10.2.7 REVIEW OF COMMUNITY GRANTS AND COMMUNITY DONATIONS POLICIES

Purpose: To review and update the council policies, Community Grants Policy and Community Donations Policy.

10.2.8 CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY

Purpose: This report proposes the adoption of a Council Conflict of Interest Policy, applicable to Councillors, staff, members of special committees and, wherever practicable, to contractors and volunteers.

10.3 DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC 10.3.1 CONTRACT FOR INTERNAL ALTERATION WORKS IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS

Purpose To advise Council that a contractor has been appointed to undertake internal alterations in the Civic Centre.

10.4.1 COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT CONTRIBUTION TO 15 HOURS OF KINDERGARTEN K

Purpose: To advise Council of the uncertainty of funding of the 15 hour Kindergarten program by the Commonwealth Government beyond December 2017 and recommend advocating to the Commonwealth Government for this funding to continue.

10.5.1 HORSHAM BYPASS – PLANNING SCHEME AMENDMENT C72

Purpose: To provide background information to assist Council to consider its position in relation to the Horsham Bypass.

10.5.2 ROAD MANAGEMENT PLAN REVIEW

Purpose: To provide an outline to Council of the process proposed for reviewing the Road Management Plan. 10.5.3 ACCESS TO DADSWELLS BRIDGE PROPERTY

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Music’s got me feeling so free? Liberals butcher Daft Punk classic with awkward dance moves

Warning: this article contains dance moves which may offend.
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The WA Liberals held their campaign launch on Sunday, and with recent polling suggesting the party is back in the election race, it seemed the candidates decided it was time to let their hair down… well, sort of.

Aiming for a rare third term in government, the Liberals blasted none other than Daft Punk’s One More Time through the speakers as its candidates stood together on stage.

What unfolded next has been described as the “worst and whitest moment in Australian political history”.

Politicians began robotically clapping and awkwardly bobbing to the electro-classic.

Credit to some, there was the odd fist pump, and Deputy Premier Liza Harvey did her best to make the cringeworthy scene seem less rigid with a classic mum hip shimmy.

Transport minister Bill Marmion topped it off with an enthusiastic high-five to Simon O’Brien MLC but that unfortunately was about as lively as it got.

Meanwhile Treasurer Mike Nahan fled from the front row of the party quicker than you could say “debt crisis”, leaving Ms Harvey to lead the boogie solo.

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Footage of the dancing caught the attention of many on social media.

“The WA Liberals clapping robotically to Daft Punk will give me nightmares for years,” wrote one Twitter user.

“WA Libs dancing and clapping to Daft Punk is top shelf footage, especially when it goes into the breakdown and they confusedly keep clapping,” wrote another.

“If all Perth nightclubs where like the WA LIBS dancing awkwardly to Daft Punk I would be totally picking up every single weekend #WAvotes,” wrote another. This is totally how aliens would behave to try & convince us they are human. I’m not falling for it. https://t.co/AiNkLPlGKN— Longworth72 (@Longworth72) February 19, 2017

One can only imagine how wild the party will be if they actually win the election.

Elaine Benes, you’ve got some competition. 

via GIPHYHands down the highlight of the election so far. I give you Daft Punk. One More Time. The WA Liberal version. pic.twitter南京夜网/ESfmfVhJDm— Josh Jerga (@josh_jerga) February 19, 2017

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Fake terror attack: Sweden cops Trump’s alternative facts treatment

US President Donald Trump said something had happened in Sweden. Photo: New York TimesYou couldn’t make this up. Well, yes you could.
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It’s true. Which is to say, it’s false.

We’re talking about Donald Trump. Of course.

Fresh from composing his own poll to prove that the mainstream media really, really dislikes him and is awfully unfair – and to make a bunch of money as a poll sideline, naturally – Trump has taken to inventing terrorist attacks in small Scandinavian countries.

Yes, he has, though he’s offering “alternative facts” about that, too.

Listing places that have taken in large numbers of refugees and suffered terrorist attacks, like Brussels, Paris and Nice, Trump’s imagination ran away with him late last week.

“You look at what’s happening in Germany, you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden,” he hollered.

So far as anyone in Sweden could figure out, nothing out of the ordinary had happened the previous night.

Oh, there’d been quite a lot of akvavit​ consumed, followed by an unrealistically large number of sightings of the aurora borealis. There was feasting on pickled herrings, pea soup and meatballs, as usual. Lots of frozen-lake fishing holes were bored. Julian Assange still hadn’t answered his summons for alleged sexual assault. IKEA continued its worldwide assault on the peace of do-it-yourself households.

But for the excited Trump, terror was afoot.

“Sweden! Who would believe this? Sweden! They took in large numbers, they’re having problems like they never thought possible,” he honked.

Oh. Of course. The Swedes had granted asylum to large numbers of the world’s dispossessed.

If that wasn’t asking for trouble, Trump would invent it for them.

Last night! Who would believe it?

No one in Sweden would believe it, for starters, forcing Trump to think up something to justify himself.

He hadn’t been talking about a terrorist incident, if you were to believe his explanation on – what else? – Twitter.

“My statement as to what’s happening in Sweden was in reference to a story that was broadcast on @FoxNews concerning immigrants & Sweden,” he tweeted.

Oh, a story on Fox News. Phew. Close call.

The story, it appears, was an interview with a filmmaker named Ami Horowitz​ who maintains Sweden is undergoing a major crime wave he attributes to immigrants, and which he says is being covered up.

“Sweden had its first terrorist Islamic attack not that long ago, so they’re now getting a taste of what we’ve been seeing across Europe already,” Horowitz asserted in the interview.

Not that long ago? There has indeed been an Islamist suicide bombing in Sweden. It was seven years ago, when two people were injured.

Meanwhile, Trump’s “Mainstream Media Accountability Survey” (“on which issues does the mainstream media do the worst job of representing Republicans?” it asks, among its 25 mostly leading questions) has hit some turbulence.

Apparently Trump wanted only supporters to respond to his poll, and was deeply unimpressed when opponents responded to it.

“Mainstream media outlets have viciously attacked it,” a statement by the Trump camp complained. “… and thousands of Democrats have taken it to try to sabotage the results.”

Imagine that. The opposition thought the opinion poll was an actual opinion poll.

Not to worry. Once you’ve finished the survey, you’re directed to a site begging for donations.

You can never have enough money, even if you can’t handle the truth.

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