Our November Residents 3000 event, Melbourne Outdoor Dining, was a very informative session. Thanks again to the following for their presentations:
- Deb Lusty and Paul Murtagh, Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation Licencing and Compliance Divisions
- Inspector Troy Papworth, Victoria Police Liquor Regulation
- Dean Robertson, Director, and John Kanelopoulos, Program Manager, Street Trading On-Street Support and Compliance, Community and City Services, City of Melbourne.
The following contact numbers may be helpful to address any issues arising from outdoor dining venues:
- Complaints regarding breaches of hours of opening, noise levels, patron queues and the number of permitted tables
City of Melbourne – Ph: 9658 9658 (Select Option 2)
- Concerns about non-compliance with COVID-safety plans
Department of Health and Human Services Victoria – Ph: 13 1444
- Victoria Police – Melbourne East Police Station – Ph: 9637 1100
Residents 3000 are pleased to invite you to participate in an informative Zoom presentation and discussion on the City of Melbourne’s scheme to encourage more outdoor (and therefore more COVID-safe) dining in the CBD.
Joining us for the event will be representatives from the council, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) Licencing and Compliance Divisions, and Victoria Police.
John Kanelopoulos (City of Melbourne Program Manager | Street Trading OSC – Community and City Services)
Dean Robertson (City of Melbourne Director | On-street Support and Compliance – Community and City Services)
Deb Lusty and Paul Murtagh (Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation Licencing and Compliance Divisions)
Inspector Troy Papworth (Victoria Police Liquor Regulation)
As with our other successful Zoom events, there will be an opportunity for residents to ask the panel questions. It is suggested that you submit these questions in advance to our secretary, Merle, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org when you register for the event.
These questions will be conveyed to our panel before the meeting.
You can register for the event by emailing email@example.com. Registrants will receive a Zoom link for the meeting plus instructions for joining, and some advice regarding commonly accepted protocols for large online meetings.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Both Residents 3000 and EastEnders are pleased to invite you to meet some of the candidates for the position of Lord Mayor – City of Melbourne via Zoom at 6pm on Thursday 1st October 2020.
The current list of attending candidates includes:
- Sally Capp
- Arron Wood
- Gary Morgan
- Jennifer Yang
- Apsara Sabaratnam
- Nick Russian
- Philip Reed
- Kath Larkin
This is a must attend event and a golden opportunity to hear the candidates explain their views and aspirations for our city.
You can register for the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Registrants will receive a Zoom link for the meeting plus instructions for joining and some advice regarding commonly accepted protocols for large online meetings.
The format of the event requires that questions are pre-notified to the candidates. You are encouraged to send your questions with your registration email. Your committee will sort and select from the questions submitted in order to avoid duplication and to manage the meeting time effectively.
The 2020 Annual General Meeting of the members of Residents 3000 Inc. will be held via Zoom at 6:00pm on Thursday 3rd September 2020. Please find attached the AGM notice, including this year’s President’s Report and the draft 2019 AGM minutes.
As in previous years, we will endeavour to keep formalities to a minimum prior to a presentation from Lord Mayor Sally Capp. Sally will bring us up to date with how our city is coping with COVID-19 and inform us about the City of Melbourne’s progress on many other fronts. Ample time will be allowed for questions. Please submit these as early as possible as questions will be addressed in order of receipt. You can both register and submit your question(s) by emailing email@example.com. Registrants will receive a Zoom link for the meeting.
All are welcome to attend. Although only members will have voting rights for the AGM, you may wish to renew your membership – or apply for one – in advance (by visiting our membership page) or on the night in order to participate in voting.
We look forward to seeing you there for an evening of interesting discussion.
City of Melbourne CEO Justin Hanney (Source:www.thefifthestate.com.au)
We are pleased to announce that the August meeting of Residents 3000 will be conducted at our scheduled time of 6pm on Thursday 6th August 2020. The meeting will be via Zoom as it is not yet feasible to meet in person.
Our guest speaker will be Justin Hanney, the CEO of the City of Melbourne. Justin is not only the most senior officer in the City of Melbourne, he has also been a resident of the CBD for several years.
Justin’s early career included two years as a Youth Worker at the Collingwood Highrise Estate. He then progressed his professional life through a range of management and leadership roles in local government. From 2008 to 2018 Justin was appointed to several senior roles in the State Government coming to City of Melbourne after four years as the Lead Deputy Secretary, Economic Development, Employment and Innovation at the State Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions. He commenced his role at City of Melbourne in January 2019 and has steered the organisation through many challenges including a major organisational re-structure and the current issue of dealing with COVID-19. No doubt the future of our city in the post pandemic era will bring even more challenges.
Please register your interest in participating in our Zoom meeting as soon as possible as numbers are limited. You can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Post registration you will be sent the link to the meeting and other advice.
The Zoom meeting room will be ‘open’ from 6pm, with the session starting promptly at 6.10pm. We will be recording this session and will provide the link to the recording via the Residents 3000 website and Facebook page.
We would like this to be an interactive session and so welcome your questions in advance via the above email. In addition, there is a chat function within Zoom that you can use to make comments or ask questions during the course of the evening. With a large number of people online it will be important to keep your microphone on mute and only open it when asked to do so.
Stay well. We look forward to seeing many of you on Zoom in August.