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Fence works to affect parking near station

Aerial view of Kennedy Street near the Castlemaine Train Station.

Council is advising residents that the old and dilapidated fencing along the west side of Kennedy Street between the Castlemaine Train Station and the Girl Guides Hall, is being removed and replaced.

Tuesday 13 April 2021

Mount Alexander Shire Council is advising residents that the old and dilapidated fencing along the west side of Kennedy Street between the Castlemaine Train Station and the Girl Guides Hall, is being removed and replaced.

The new fence will be comprised of a timber post and wire, and will be on the same alignment as the existing fence.
Parking spaces in Kennedy Street will be limited while the fencing is being constructed.

Work is due to start in late April weather permitting, and will take approximately three weeks to complete. During this time traffic control measures will be in place to maximise pedestrian and vehicular traffic safety.

Parking along the section of Kennedy Street between the train station and the Girl Guides Hall on Kennedy Street will be limited and train travellers need to allow a little more time to park their vehicles and walk to the station during construction.
Commuters are encouraged to utilise the off-street car parking available to the north of station.

Council is delivering the $30,000 fence construction project which is funded by the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program.

For more information contact Michelle Hayward, Building Projects Coordinator on m.hayward@mountalexander.vic.gov.au or 5471 1700.



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