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27 May 2020 Posted by 


Council’s infrastructure works continue
LIVERPOOL City Council has continued to deliver for the community through road improvements, park and facility upgrades and online consultation.

Work has continued on several major projects across the Local Government Area:

• Upgrade of Apex Park in Liverpool;
• A new recreation area at Cirillo Reserve, Middleton Grange;
• New tennis courts at McGirr Park, Miller; and
• Repairs to flood-damaged fencing at the Casula Parklands off-leash dog areas.

The first stage of road improvements at the intersection of Qantas Boulevarde and Sixteenth Avenue in Middleton Grange have also been completed and further widening works are underway.

Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller said Council has worked with our contractors to make sure these projects were able to go ahead and complied with NSW Government guidelines.

“The $1.7M upgrade of Apex Park will include a new playground, picnic facilities and shelters, landscaped gardens and accessible pathways for our community to enjoy,” Mayor Waller said.

“Works are also progressing at Cirillo Reserve and we look forward to unveiling a world-class recreational space in Middleton Grange later this year, featuring a cafe, sports amenities, soccer and cricket ovals; outdoor gym; playground, picnic areas and off-leash dog park.”

Mayor Waller said District Forums will now be held online so that we can receive important community feedback.

“I commend our community members for doing their best to stop the spread of the coronavirus, but we need to continue working together by adhering to the NSW and Australian Government directives and practice good hand-hygiene and social distancing - it is your legal responsibility,” the Mayor added.

For updates about Council’s response to coronavirus click here.


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