Motion to increase tree canopy

Councillor Chris Cornish from the City of Bayswater has submitted a motion to be debated at the next council meeting on the 23rd of September.  It relates to increasing the tree canopy in the City from 13.2% to ‘20% by 2025’ to reduce urban heat  See YouTube video

Chris Cornish

Chris asks those who would like to support the motion to contact the Mayor and Councillors before the meeting;

sylvan.albert@bayswater.wa.gov.au; rifici@ScoopProperty.com.au; terry.kenyon@bayswater.wa.gov.aumartin.toldo@bayswater.wa.gov.austeph@stephcoates.com.aumike.sabatino@bayswater.wa.gov.aubarry.mckenna1@bigpond.com.au; chris.cornish@avantfinancial.com.au; maipsolutions@live.com.au; cr.radford@bigpond.commichelle.sutherland@bayswater.wa.gov.au

(Include your full name and full address)

Please share, especially with friends who live in Bayswater, Bedford, Dianella, Embleton, Mount Lawley, Maylands, Morley, Beechboro and Noranda.

Tweet this  or you can comment on DPSWA on Facebook or @PublicSpacesWA  on Twitter (#urbangreening #UHIE #CityofBayswater)

 

 

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