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• AUSTRALIA DAY FOR FAIRFIELD FAMILIES
• MOON FESTIVAL A SHINING SUCCESS
• wASTE INFORCEMENT FIGHTS ILLEGAL DUMPING
A GREAT YEAR FOR
SUMMER EDITION ISSUE 58
2012: MAkING FAIRFIELD
CITY A GREAT PLACE
Fairfield City Council delivered a raft of services and initiatives
for residents in our community that helped make Fairfield City
a great place.
Council has given
City Life a new look
and format to provide
news and information
in a fresh way for our
residents to enjoy.
Inside you will find
news about what’s been happening in the
City, Council projects, and a handy What’s On
calendar detailing upcoming events.
I am excited to be Mayor of this great City.
I have proposed a number of new initiatives
that will be beneficial to the City and
help ease the cost of living pressures that
residents face today. New initiatives include
free access to community swimming pools
for senior residents.
Australia Day for Fairfield families
Australia Day is a time for families to come
together and celebrate what it means to be
This year residents are invited to celebrate
Australia Day at family-friendly events funded
by Fairfield Council in Cabramatta, Canley
Heights, Bonnyrigg, Fairfield and Horsley Park.
Information on these events can be found in
the What’s On, on page 14.
Merry Christmas and Season’s Greetings
And last but not least, I would like to wish
residents a Merry Christmas and a safe and
enjoyable holiday season.
Mayor of Fairfield City
Members of Council’s Youth Advisory Committee, Gabriela Guzman and Seng Ung. The Youth
Advisory Committee provides advice to Council on the thoughts and opinions of local youth and
advocates for the needs of young people.
THIS ISSUE OF CITY LIFE
LOOkS AT OUR
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This Australia Day residents can enjoy a family fun
day with a range of activities funded by Fairfield City
Council. Pictured Stephanie and Brandon Nunez.
What could be more Australian
than spending Australia Day by
the pool with friends or enjoying
a community barbeque?
This Australia Day, 26 January, festivities
will take place right across Fairfield City,
thanks to funding provided by Council.
Residents can take a dip for free at the
Fairfield or Prairiewood Leisure Centres
or come along to community picnics and
events across Fairfield City.
In Horsley Park, the Horsley Park Rotary
Club will hold a family barbeque and youth
music festival. A barbeque will be held by
the Cabramatta Lion’s Club in Freedom Plaza,
Cabramatta. The Canley Heights Restaurant
Committee has organised events in the
Canley Heights Town Centre, which include
tasting plates and a jumping castle; and in
Bonnyrigg, Just Care is organising a family
picnic with games and activities.
Residents can take a dip for free
at the Fairfield or Prairiewood
Leisure Centres or come along
to community picnics and events
across Fairfield City.
Peace Park in Fairfield will be the place
to head for breakfast, held by the Little
The barbeque and activities offered at each
event will be for a gold coin donation, with
proceeds going to charity or not-for-profit
Australia Day festivities will take place
across the City. For starting times see page
14. For more information about the Australia
Day celebrations in your local area visit our
website www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au or call
Council’s Customer Service Team on 9725 0222.
AUSTRALIA DAY FOR
CITY LIFE 3
Did you know Fairfield City Council libraries offer free home delivery
services for local residents who are housebound?
Registered users will create a profile with
library staff who can help with the selection
of reading materials and arrange home
delivery of the items. To contact your local
library, see box opposite.
Housebound services are available to
people who are unable to visit the library
due to poor health, constrained with a
disability, suffering from a chronic illness,
frail aged or residents in a care facility.
Other Fairfield City Library
• The Whitlam Library (Cabramatta),
phone 9725 0365
• Bonnyrigg Branch Library,
phone 9725 0344
• Fairfield Branch Library,
phone 9725 0370
• Wetherill Park Branch Library,
phone 9725 0338.
Smithfield Library is now open longer.
Fairfield City Council staff member Anita
kasumovic provides housebound service to
The library is now open from 9.30am to 5.30pm
Monday to Thursday, 9.30am to 5pm Friday and
9.15am to midday on Saturday. It will also be
open during lunchtime. For more information,
phone 9725 0371.
Residents now have more time to
access the services of the Smithfield
Library, with new, longer opening hours.
COMMUNITY WELL BEINg
Through the Home Library Service residents can borrow books,
DVDs, magazines, or materials in community languages.
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COMMUNITY WELL BEINg
Fairfield City is set to benefit from
the roll out of more surveillance
cameras over the next four years.
In a move to combat crime and make
Fairfield City a safe place, Fairfield
City Council plans to introduce more
surveillance cameras. The increased use
of surveillance cameras reflects Council’s
proactive stance against crime.
Council plans to introduce
more surveillance cameras.
The additional cameras will assist in
keeping the City cleaner and improving
security of City assets.
“More cameras will address high priority
issues for the community including crime
and safety and the increased surveillance
in town centres and public places will also
Residents of Cabramatta are
wanted to take part in a survey to
help promote a smoke-free future.
The survey is part of the Cabramatta
Tobacco Project – a community-based
initiative designed to engage local
people, businesses and services to
promote a smoke-free lifestyle. The
survey kicked off at the Cabramatta
Moon Festival and asks residents of their
knowledge on smoking and its effects.
For more information or to take part
in the survey contact the Cabramatta
Community Centre on 9727 0477.
TIPS FOR SUMMER
This summer, learn the basics of
swimming, valuable pool safety
guidelines and correct your stroke
technique at Fairfield City Council’s
Council holds Learn to Swim or squad classes at
its Leisure Centres in Cabramatta, Prairiewood
and Fairfield. The classes cater for people of all
abilities and all ages from six months to adults.
More advanced squad classes are also available
for swimmers looking to improve their strength
and fitness levels, while working on technique.
Details are available at the Fairfield, Prairiewood
or Cabravale Leisure Centres.
While we are talking about pool safety,
Fairfield City Council reminds pool owners of
the importance of learning CPR, a skill that
can save lives.
According to the Royal Life Saving National
Drowning Report 2012, swimming pools
account for the largest number of drowning
deaths for children aged zero to four.
Book a CPR course with St John Ambulance on
1300 360 455. For more pool safety information,
contact Fairfield City Council on 9725 0222.
The forum, presented by consultant dietician Rosemary Mifsud, will cover ways to
enjoy the food and festivities of the holiday period, being mindful of intake, and
ensuring balanced food options when hosting a celebration. Time and venue are yet
to be confirmed. To register or find out more information, phone Fran on 9725 0877
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fairfield City Council will host
a forum on healthy eating on
Learn better eating habits for the festive
season at the upcoming Healthy Eating Forum.
Be safe around pools this Summer by registering
for Fairfield City Council’s swimming programs or
a CPR course.
help combat rubbish dumping, graffiti and
vandalism,” said Mayor of Fairfield City,
CITY LIFE 5
More than 100 kilometres of cycleway has been added to Fairfield City’s already extensive cycle tracks.
More cycle ways are now available
to residents to explore Fairfield
City by bike.
Construction of the Green Valley Creek
Cycleway has been undertaken in open
spaces bordering Avoca Road, Sappho
Street, Harden Street, Abel Street, Oaklea
Place and Orphan School Creek.
The construction of more
cycleways has added a further
950 metres of concrete shared
pathway and 160 metres
on-road cycleway to Fairfield
City Council’s cycle network.
This stage three construction of the cycleway
has added a further 950 metres of concrete
shared pathway and 160 metres on-road
cycleway to Fairfield City Council’s network.
The next stage of the Green Valley Creek
Cycleway will be 300 metres link between
Chisholm Park at Canley Vale Road and
Green Valley Creek at Avoca Road. The
aim of the cycleway is to encourage
PLACES AND INFRASTRUCTURE
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PLACES AND INFRASTRUCTURE
NEw PAVING IN
Workers and residents in the
Smithfield and Wetherill Park suburbs
now have a more effective and
accessible network of path paving
thanks to a recent Council project.
The Smithfield/Wetherill Park Paving Project
provides clear paving networks enabling
residents to walk to public transport and
Thicker, reinforced path paving
was constructed where it
was required, including near
T-Way stations, bus stops and
Through the project, thicker, reinforced
path paving was constructed where
evidence suggested it was required,
including near T-Way stations, bus stops
and lunchtime destinations.
Fairfield City residents are being
encouraged to walk or cycle when taking
short trips through the introduction of
Active Transport Signage.
To make walking and cycling easier, Fairfield City
Council is trialling a new program of installing
signage at key points along cycle ways, allowing
residents to see how far it is to their destination
and how long it will take to walk or cycle.
New path locations include:
• The Horsley Drive,
between the T-Way station on Canley Vale
Road and McIlwraith Street
• McIlwraith Street (East side),
from The Horsley Drive, connecting
to existing path paving
• Victoria Street (South side), between
Daniel Street and T-Way station.
NEw PLAYGROUNDS AND
A garden that tests your senses is just one of the standout features
for the new Barbara St Children’s Playground in Fairfield.
The Active Transport Signage will be
installed in Cabramatta, Fairfield West
and Canley Vale by the end of 2012 as a
pilot to trial the
of the signs. If
signs will be rolled
out across the city
in coming years.
Ai-Chan Nguyen and Zavier Taroco enjoy the new Barbara Street Children’s Playground in Fairfield.
ACTIVE TRANSPORT SIGNAGE
The playground was designed and constructed
by Fairfield City Council specifically for the
enjoyment of pre-school aged children.
The playground is part of Council’s Open
Space Strategy that identified several suburbs
within Fairfield City where there is an
undersupply of open spaces.
Council has also been working to deliver the
Parks Improvement Program, a $13 million
initiative that involves the upgrade of public
parks and open spaces in the Fairfield LGA.
The most recent parks to be upgraded as
part of the project include: Dwyer Park,
Wakeley; Wheller Park, Wetherill Park;
Dashmere Park, Bossley Park; Aplin Park,
Bonnyrigg Heights; Crosio Park, Bonnyrigg;
Brenan Park, Smithfield; Lindum Park, St Johns
Park and Water Street Park, Cabramatta West.
CITY LIFE 7
Are you passionate about the
environment and looking for a
way to help?
The Fairfield Creeks and Wetlands Group
is looking for new members. The group
is comprised of community members
and run by Fairfield City Council. It is
committed to the restoration of the City’s
waterways and undertakes a variety of
projects across the City. The group meets
on a regular basis with a Council Officer
to discuss the management of the creeks
and wetlands and brings ideas to Council
for future projects. They also regularly
volunteer to remove weeds, rubbish and
plant trees for the projects. To join the
group, or for more information contact
Council’s Senior Natural Resources
Officer on 9725 0758 or by email to
The waste Enforcement Group investigating
dumping in Fairfield City.
The Fairfield Creeks and wetlands Group
is recruiting volunteers.
Tracking the illegal dumping of
materials to a building site in Vaucluse
is just one of the many successes
Council has achieved in its fight
against illegal rubbish dumping.
Council’s Waste Enforcement Group runs
extensive investigations and has been
successful in charging illegal dumpers.
Since the establishment of
the Waste Enforcement Group
18 months ago, Council has
experienced a significant
reduction in illegal rubbish
A significant number of illegal dumping
offences committed around Fairfield City
come from people and businesses from other
areas around Sydney. As well as investigating
instances of rubbish being illegally dumped,
the Waste Enforcement Group Officers are
also proactively educating residents on what
they can and can’t do with their rubbish.
WHAT: Waste Enforcement Group
WHERE: Works Depot, Cardwell Street,
CONTACT: Council on 9725 0222.
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More open space, flood mitigation
works and a water sensitive urban
design are all aspects of the new
look Bonnyrigg Town Centre Park.
For the past three months,
Fairfield City residents have been
making the most of the free mulch
being offered by Council.
The Residential Tree Branch Mulching
Recycling Service allows residents to drop
off their tree branches at the Recycling
Drop Off Centre in Wetherill Park every
Saturday between 8.30am and 3.30pm.
Alternatively, some areas are able to utilise
the kerb-side pick-up service as part of
Council’s ‘Clean ‘n’ Green’ Household
Rubbish Collection Service. The mulch is
made from branches using a new Council
machine. In return for branches, residents
can pick up free mulch from the Recycling
Drop Off Centre. Mulch is also used by
Council to beautify its parks and reserves.
Council has a new tree branch mulching
recycling service available to Fairfield
SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE CENTRE
HELPS BUILD FAIRFIELD CITY
Residents may be surprised to learn
that all the roads around Fairfield
City are made almost entirely from
recycled materials. That’s because
the road base (crushed rock) used
underneath the tarseal is produced
and sourced from Council’s Sustainable
Resource Centre in Wetherill Park.
The Centre has been successfully operating
from its Hassall Street site for the past 20
years, collecting and distributing thousands of
tonnes of material that creates the City’s roads,
footpaths, stormwater pipes, and gutters.
In addition, all revenue made by the Centre
is given back to the community by offsetting
annual rate payments and funding a number of
The Sustainable Resource Centre also recycles
materials brought in by businesses and
residents, which are used to build and improve
the City’s infrastructure.
The Centre collects and sells a number of
different materials including concrete, asphalt,
aggregates, top soil, bricks, sand and road base.
The Good Soil’s Anthony Penna and Council’s
Gavin Cahill at the Sustainable Resource
Centre in wetherill Park.
WHAT: Sustainable Resource Centre
WHERE: Corner of Hassall Street and
OPEN: Monday – Friday, 7am – 4pm.
Saturdays, 7am – 12pm.
The Bonnyrigg Town Centre Park project
provides several environmental benefits to
the area, including returning a creek to the
site. The storm water is then filtered as it
travels downstream. Natives were planted
to increase biodiversity and open space was
created for public use. Access through the
park was increased with walkways and cycle
ways linking the local shopping centre and
T-Way station to the surrounding suburbs.
A car park has also been constructed.
CITY LIFE 9
BUS SERVICE FOR
Fairfield City residents and commuters have been putting the Fairfield City
Council City Connect Bus Service to good use.
The City Connect Council Bus Service consists of four free bus routes to help residents get
around the City – two Park and Ride Commuter Express services, and two Hail and Ride
community bus services. The Park and Ride Commuter Express service operates weekday
mornings (6.30am to 9.30am) and evenings (4.30pm to 7.30pm). The service transports
commuters from Fairfield Showground to Fairfield Railway Station, and from the Showground
to Canley Vale and Cabramatta Railway Stations. Commuters can take advantage of the free
parking at the Showground. The Hail and Ride community bus service runs between Fairfield,
Carramar, Villawood, Fairfield Heights and Fairfield Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The
second Hail and Ride community bus service operates on the weekends linking Fairfield with
Mayor of Fairfield City Frank Carbone
welcomes Derek and Christine Corney
on board the new City Connect Bus.
LOCAL ECONOMY AND EMPLOYMENT
MOON FESTIVAL A
More than 90,000 people from across Sydney
flocked to Cabramatta Town Centre on Sunday,
23 September, to take part in the Cabramatta
Moon Festival. Festival goers were kept
entertained throughout the day including the
much anticipated performance by Australia’s
favourite dance crew, Justice Crew.
TO FAIRFIELD CITY
Christmas celebrations will kick
off in Fairfield Town Centre on
6 December at Council’s Christmas
event in Epoch Plaza.
The annual event, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm,
will see the lighting of the Christmas Tree
outside the Epoch Plaza on the corner of
Nelson Street and Station Street in Fairfield.
Entertainment will include carols sung by The
Way Choir from the Our Lady of the Rosary
Fairfield Parish, an appearance by Santa and
his stilts-walking elves. Mayor of Fairfield City,
Frank Carbone, will turn on the Christmas Tree
lights at 7.45pm.
On 7 December, the Canley Heights Business
Community and Fairfield City Council will
hold a Children’s Christmas Party from 3pm to
7pm in the town centre. There will be rides,
entertainment, art and craft and refreshments.
Christmas Carols and a visit by Santa will be
presented by the Cabramatta Anglican Church
with other local churches in the Cabramatta
Town Centre on Saturday, 8 December from
9am to 2pm.
Carols will also be held in Horsley Park
Reserve on 15 December from 5pm to 10pm.
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LOCAL ECONOMY AND EMPLOYMENT
TOP MARkS FOR
The Cabramatta Early Learning Centre
has recently cemented its spot as
one of the most respected and high
achieving services in NSW.
The Cabramatta Early Learning Centre was
Council’s first service to undergo the new
National Quality Standards testing by the
Department of Education and Communities.
The Centre exceeded the key requirements
set in the assessment which aims to drive
improvement within centres providing
children and family services.
A number of Council events were
held to mark October’s Crave Sydney
International Food Festival.
Council kicked off the festivities with
Culinary Carnivale, the South American
street party attended by more than 7000
people, followed by traditional cooking
classes at the Lao Temple in Bonnyrigg and
a Seek and Eat competition in Cabramatta,
Canley Heights and Canley Vale of some of
the City’s signature dishes. The month ended
with a food tour around Smithfield and
Cabramatta Early Learning Centre child care worker Ha Chan with the kha family who have been using
the service for 13 years.
Performers at the Culinary Carnivale, held as part of the Sydney International Food Festival.
CITY LIFE 11
gOOD gOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP
Fairfield City Council’s Annual Report
delivers an informative snapshot
of what the City achieved in the
financial year. It highlights many of
the exciting initiatives, programs and
services that Council has undertaken.
The Annual Report contains important
information about Council’s financial
performance and achievements
throughout the year. The latest version
of the report includes information on the
Cabravale Leisure Centre refurbishment,
Fabulous Fairfield and Council meetings.
The Annual Report can be found at
www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au > COUNCIL >
Corporate Plans > Annual Report.
Fairfield City Council has prepared, exhibited
and adopted a new draft Local Environmental
Plan (LEP), which is the land use zoning and
development plan for the City.
The draft LEP was sent the Department of
Planning and Infrastructure on 10 May 2012.
Council will place public notices to advise
when the plan has been adopted by the
The Meeting of Council is held on the fourth
Tuesday of each month at 7pm and is open to
residents to attend.
The agendas for these meetings
are available for the public to
read a few days before on the
Fairfield City Council website.
These meetings are where Council makes
decisions on matters of importance to residents.
The meeting is chaired by the Mayor and needs
seven Councillors in attendance to proceed.
Each Councillor has one vote and to be
successful, or ‘carried’, a motion must be
approved by a majority of Councillors.
The role of the Councillors is to make
decisions about the running of the community
and the Council. They are available to listen
to concerns and ideas residents may have and
make decisions on the resident’s behalf.
The agendas for Council meetings are available
for the public to read a few days before on the
Fairfield City Council website.
The public is welcome to attend the monthly
Council meetings or any of the Committee
meetings. The Services and Outcomes
Committees meet on the second Tuesday
of the month. These are open to the public
who can raise issues which are on the agenda.
Seating is provided and copies of the agendas
are available online at www.fairfieldcity.nsw.
gov.au > Meetings > Business Papers
When attending meetings, people must not
interrupt proceedings and silence should be
observed at all times.
When entering or leaving the Council
Chambers, acknowledgment should be given
to ‘The Chair’ by way of a simple nod of the
head in the Chairperson’s direction.
FAIRFIELD CITY wELCOMES
The 12 new Councillors and Mayor of Fairfield City Council started their
official duties in October with their first Council Meeting.
Fairfield City Council Meetings are on the
fourth Tuesday of each month.
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Global Spirit Local Song, the Divine Sounds of the Bonnyrigg Interfaith concert attracted more than
300 people in September. A highlight of the night was an interfaith performance from members of
the Muslim, Catholic and Buddhist faiths.
Renovations are currently underway at the
whitlam Library in Cabramatta. The latest
renovations include a specific area for
fiction, magazines, large print, DVDs, audio
books, young adult and graphic novels. All
refurbished areas have new carpet, shelving
and furniture. This totem pole is just one of
the many upgrades to whitlam Library.
Despite the intermittent showers and occasional drizzle, the Relay for Life event went exceptionally
well with more than 2,000 visitors and 45 teams raising $100,000 - the highest total for any
Fairfield Relay Event to date. The event provided memorable family entertainment and great fun for
all who visited and participated in the fundraising activities.
COMMUNITY IN ACTION
GLOBAL SPIRIT A SUCCESS
COUNCIL THANKS THE SPONSORS OF THE MOON FESTIVAL
MODERN TOUCHES TO
The success of the 2012
Cabramatta Moon Festival
would not be possible without
the generous support of the
Fairfield City Council would like
to thank the following sponsors
for their continued support.
Iron Chef Chinese Seafood Restaurant, Nestle
– Sustagen, Mounties, Cabra-Vale Diggers,
Australian Chinese Buddhist Society
Nine News, Fairfield Advance, SBS, Fairfield
City Champion, Noodlies.com, TVBA, Vietface
2AC Chinese Radio, Amyson Pty Ltd, Australian
New Express Daily, Barluck Seafood Restaurant,
The Benevolent Society Taste Food Tours,
Cabramatta Bowling Club, Dan Viet, Ettason, Gajic
Lawyers, GM Holden Australia, Oriental Merchant,
Pillingers Hiring Service Pty Ltd, St Johns Park
Bowling Club, Switzerland Tourism, Toyota
Australia, Vie Media Pty Ltd.
CITY LIFE 13
6.30pm – 8.30pm
3pm – 7pm
9am – 2pm
Horsley Park Reserve,
The Horsley Drive,
5pm - 10pm
AND YOUTH MUSIC
Horsley Park Reserve,
12pm – 4pm
10am – 2pm
11am – 3pm
5pm – 8pm
8am – 11am
FREE POOL ENTRY
Saturday & Sunday
LUNAR NEW YEAR:
YEAR OF THE SNAKE
11am – 3pm
Contact Fairfield City
Council 9725 0222
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MEET YOUR COUNCILLORS
PHONE 9725 0222 | FAx 9725 4249
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Business Hours: Monday to Friday,
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PO Box 21, Fairfield NSW 1860
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Power Failures - Integral Energy 131 003
Sydney Water 132 090
gas Leaks - AgL 131 909
EMERGENCY ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS
Council Paging Service 9725 0380
8.30am - 4.30pm
9214 8144 (pager number 29 53 63) after hours
Department of Environment
and Climate Change 131 555
COMMUNITY ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
After Hours Emergency Number 9214 8144
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lawrence White (Deputy Mayor)
0438 222 971
0417 770 110
frank carbone Mayor
Tel 9725 0203
0447 112 210
0418 440 971
0416 113 888
0450 924 933
0409 665 101
0410 899 787
0427 961 710
0458 300 255
FOLLOw FAIRFIELD CITY COUNCIL
Welcome to the new-look City Life.
As Mayor of this great City for the next four
years, I am excited to be leading our Council
during this period.
I propose to introduce a number of new
initiatives that will be beneficial to the City
and help ease the cost of living pressures
that residents face today. New initiatives
include free access to community swimming
pools for senior residents.
Australia Day for Fairfield families
This year residents are invited to celebrate
Australia Day at family-friendly events
funded by Fairfield Council in Cabramatta,
Canley Heights, Bonnyrigg, Fairfield and
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Mensaje del Alcalde
Bienvenidos a la nueva imagen de City Life.
Iniciativas del Alcalde
Como Alcalde de esta gran ciudad por los
próximos cuatro años, estoy entusiasmado con
la idea de liderar a nuestro Municipio durante
Propongo introducir una variedad de iniciativas
nuevas que serán beneficiosas para la ciudad y
ayudar a aliviar el costo de las presiones de la
vida a las que se enfrentan los residentes hoy
en día. Las nuevas iniciativas incluyen acceso
gratuito a piscinas comunitarias para residentes
de la tercera edad.
Día de Australia para las familias de Fairfield
Este año los residentes están invitados a celebrar
el Día de Australia en eventos orientados hacia
la familia y subvencionados por la Municipalidad
de Fairfield en Cabramatta, Canley Heights,
Bonnyrigg, Fairfield y Horsley Park.
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Những sáng kiến của Thị trưởng
Là Thị trưởng của Thành phố tuyệt vời này
trong bốn năm tới, tôi cảm thấy vô cùng
phấn khởi khi lãnh đạo Hội đồng Thành phố
trong khoảng thời gian này.
Tôi đề nghị sẽ thực hiện một số sáng kiến
mới nhằm đem lại lợi ích cho Thành phố và
giúp giảm bớt chi phí sinh hoạt gia tăng mà
cư dân phải đương đầu hiện nay. Những
sáng kiến mới bao gồm người cao niên được
phép vào hồ bơi cộng đồng miễn phí.
Ngày Quốc khánh Úc dành cho gia đình
trong địa phận Fairfield
Năm nay, chúng tôi mời cư dân kỷ niệm
Ngày Quốc Khánh Úc tại các lễ hội thích hợp
với gia đình do Hội đồng Thành phố Fairfield
tài trợ tại Cabramatta, Canley Heights,
Bonnyrigg, Fairfield và Horsley Park.