Brighton Council Awarded an Open Spaces Grant

by Brighton Council

Fifteen Tasmanian councils will share in $2.9 million of funding through the Open Spaces Grant Program, including Brighton Council. The grant will allow Council to construct the muchanticipated walking trail to link Bridgewater Parkland 1 behind the Bridgewater Library and the Foreshore Parkland at Eddington Street. In addition, it will also fund a basketball half court at the Foreshore Parkland and an off-lead dog park on the foreshore near Gunn St. President of the Local Government Association of Tasmania, Mayor Mick Tucker, said that these grants provide councils with an opportunity to enrich the lives of their residents. “Communities and councils in all regions of the State will benefit,” Mr Tucker said. “Leveraging council co-funding, Round 1 projects will deliver more than $5 million in total infrastructure investment to support healthy and active communities.”

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Brighton Council Awarded an Open Spaces Grant
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