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Manningham & Nillumbik Bulletin
Manningham & Nillumbik Bulletin
Manningham & Nillumbik Bulletin Warrandyte VIC, Australia
Have your say on management of cats and dogs in Manningham

Manningham Council's draft Domestic Animal Management Plan 2022-2025 is currently seeking community feedback.
Make sure to have your say by April 12, for more details and links click here to read the story.

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Planned burn in Warrandyte

FOREST FIRE Management Victoria (FFMVic) will be conducting a planned burn at Pigtail Track in Warrandyte State Park this Saturday, March 26.
This 10.9 hectare bushfire risk reduction burn is on the eastern edge of Warrandyte State Park.
Walking tracks in Warrandyte State Park in and near the burn area will be closed to the public, smoke will be visible in the area and FFMVic are expecting the smoke to move towards the south Saturday morning, then towards the north and northeast later in the day, which will mean it may be smoky in Warrandyte township and could drift towards houses as the wind changes.
See map for burn area.
If there is visible smoke in the area it is advisable to close doors and windows and take any necessary health precautions.

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Call the VicEmergency Hotline on freecall 1800 226 226

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Callers who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have a speech/communication impairment can contact the VicEmergency Hotline via the National Relay Service on 1800 555 677.

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