Questions to Ask AusNet at the Community Drop-in Session

Questions for Ausnet

AusNet Community Drop-in Sessions – DARLEY

Monday 29th March Darley Park, Fitzroy & Grey St, Darley.
Drop in anytime between 2.00pm – 7.00pm

AusNet have narrowed down a broad Area of Interest to a number of corridor options for further investigation and consultation. AusNet are asking for our feedback on these options as they work towards identifying a single corridor and a final route.

We have to voice our concerns and be heard so the proposed northern alignment is removed from the Project plan.

Meet the AusNet team, learn more about the project, ask questions, tell them your concerns and make sure you are heard.

You may have only just head about this project or feel reluctant to voice your concerns. To make things easier, we have put together a list of suggested questions which highlight important community concerns and the impact of the proposed alignment between Darley and the Lerderderg State park.

What upsets you the most? Focus on what is important to you. and be sure to let them know.

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