Rates Freeze

This council has spent millions on buying a pub, subsidising hotels and fixing infrastructure blowouts using ratepayers money. Now is the time to help RATEPAYERS.

Wyndham council response to COVID-19 has been ordinary and mainly disconnected from the real needs of the residents during the pandemic. More than 21,500 workers across Melbourne’s west have lost their jobs since March 2020.

Instead of showing gesture of support to residents by providing rate freeze, its all been about excuses. It seems as if the intent is missing. Just before elections now, the council has provided a $50 pensioner rebate and a $100 rebate to workers on JobKeeper.

05 July 2020

Council budget is in surplus of $157million. Then why Wyndham council is shying away from following the footsteps of Monash, Melbourne and Melton council in providing rate waiver to the Wyndham residents who are facing difficulty paying rates due to COVID-19? Or is there another "Commerical-In-Confidence" project not being made visible to the residents yet?.. See More

01 August 2020

Wyndham City Council and Councillors stop hiding behind bureaucracy. Rates freeze when sitting on a budget surplus should be a given during COVID-19. You can block the submission videos by changing the format of the submission, or excluding rates from the ePetition. But do remember, Wyndham residents are witnessing your selfish actions. Come election time, I am sure they will have an answer for you.. See More

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02 August 2020

It implies a proactive approach to handle finances efficiently. Snippets from the budget submission video that got blocked.. See More

08 August 2020

No Rate Freeze, No Rate Waivers - Just a usual budget with no major consideration to households and local businesses.. See More

Rates Freeze

This council has spent millions on buying a pub, subsidising hotels and fixing infrastructure blowouts using ratepayers money. Now is the time to help RATEPAYERS.

Wyndham council response to COVID-19 has been ordinary and mainly disconnected from the real needs of the residents during the pandemic. More than 21,500 workers across Melbourne’s west have lost their jobs since March 2020.

Instead of showing gesture of support to residents by providing rate freeze, its all been about excuses. It seems as if the intent is missing. Just before elections now, the council has provided a $50 pensioner rebate and a $100 rebate to workers on JobKeeper.

05 July 2020

Council budget is in surplus of $157million. Then why Wyndham council is shying away from following the footsteps of Monash, Melbourne and Melton council in providing rate waiver to the Wyndham residents who are facing difficulty paying rates due to COVID-19?

Or is there another "Commerical-In-Confidence" project not being made visible to the residents yet?.. See More

01 August 2020

Wyndham City Council and Councillors stop hiding behind bureaucracy. Rates freeze when sitting on a budget surplus should be a given during COVID-19.

You can block the submission videos by changing the format of the submission, or excluding rates from the ePetition.

But do remember, Wyndham residents are witnessing your selfish actions. Come election time, I am sure they will have an answer for you.. See More

02 August 2020

It implies a proactive approach to handle finances efficiently. Snippets from the budget submission video that got blocked.. See More

08 August 2020

No Rate Freeze, No Rate Waivers - Just a usual budget with no major consideration to households and local businesses.. See More