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“Basically all council has en-
dorsed is for staff to discuss with
the developer a Memorandum of
Understanding(MOU) and draft
Statement of Intent(SOI).
“There has not been any approval
to date or plans formally submitted
The process will take some years
and is likely to follow a similar path
to the Hickiinbotham Two Wells
Developer Daniel Palumbo,
director of Palumbo Pty Ltd and
developer, Leinad, said DCM had
given approval for the SOI to be
presented to the State Government
“We thank council for this vote
of confdence,” Mr Palumbo said.
“We will apply to the State gov-
ernment to include this development
in any future review of its 30 Year
Plan for Greater Adelaide.”
Mr Palumbo believed the pro-
posal would be given due considera-
tion on the grounds the development
represented a township extension,
using unproductive, non-arable
“If we are awarded the rights to
develop the land, we will conduct an
extensive community consultation
process,” Mr Palumbo said.
“Only after we have received
government approval for the rezon-
ing of the land and have consulted
the residents of Dublin, will formal
plans, including artist’s impressions
“Our vision for this development
is a township extension that will
make Dublin an even better place in
which to live. It will invite invest-
ment to the area as well as additional
infrastructure for the beneft of all.”
The proposal presented to coun-
cil suggests staged developments,
including a neighborhood centre,
sports and recreational facilities,
childcare or early learning centre,
speciality shops and the expanded
township to eventually include up
to 4200 new dwellings.
“We believe Dublin has tremen-
dous potential,” Mr Palumbo said.
“Our vision for the main street is
to establish speciality and comple-
mentary shops to give current and
future residents access to a greater
range of goods and services in the
community they live in.
“We will work with business
owners on opportunities in this area.
“We will keep Dublin residents
informed and look forward to work-
ing with council and being a part of
Dublin hotelier, Eric Seed, is
involved in the development as a
director of Leinad.
“We are two years into a 10 year
plan,” he said.
Long road ahead for
Dublin development DUBLIN hotelier, Eric Seed,
said the proposed residential
development is only part way
through a long process.
AGED care providers can attend a
seminar later this month on the new Federal
aged care reforms which begin from July 1.
The reforms are part of the former La-
bor government’s “Living Longer Living
Better” package – a complex system which
must be initiated by all facilities receiving
Commonwealth funding assistance.
Providers in this region have been work-
ing towards meeting the new agenda, which
includes fnancial impacts on people enter-
ing nursing homes after July 1 this year.
Current residents will not be affected.
Industry representative group,Aged and
Community Services (ACS), will hold the
forum on Thursday, June 19, at the Mor-
It covers business basics associated with
implementing the reforms.
Topics will be of interest to providers
of residential and home care services in
rural and remote areas including CEOs,
fnance managers, directors of care and
senior community care managers.
For more details go to www.agedcom-
munity.asn.au or call 8338 7111. Email:
aged care reform
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ALMOST 160 nomi-
nations have been re-
ceived from the Yorke and
Mid North region for the
With less than a month
to nominate, Brand South
Australia CEO, Karen
Raffen (right), is urg-
ing people to continue
nominating to ensure the
many success stories of
the region are highlighted.
“We have received
overwhelming support so
far this year and we want
South Australians to con-
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sure there are still so many
inspirational stories from
the Yorke and Mid North
region that have not yet
been acknowledged,” said
for a Regional Award
ensures high-achievers re-
ceive the recognition they
so rightly deserve for their
contribution to their region
and the State as a whole.
“If you know of an indi-
vidual, community group,
or business that should be
recognised, act quickly
because nominations close
Monday, June 23.”
A new and improved
online nominating system
can be found at: www.
au.The 2014 winners will
be announced at presenta-
tion evenings held in the
seven different regions
across country South Aus-
Yorke and Mid North’s
awards will be held in
Clare on Tuesday, Octo-
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