On 26 July 2018, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change and Minister for Roads and Road Safety announced the establishment of the Inner West Air Quality Community Reference Group. This group will give community members the opportunity to provide community insight and input to future improvements for air quality in the inner west.
The reference group, with representatives from the community, local councils and community groups, will provide an opportunity for community members to better understand their local air quality, sources of pollution and propose areas of focus and solutions for Government consideration.
If you would like us to keep you up to date regarding the Inner West Air Quality Community Reference Group, please email Inner.WestAir@delwp.vic.gov.au.
The members of the Inner West Air Quality Community Reference Group are:
|Patsy Toop OAM||Chairperson|
|Adam Fletcher||Community member representative|
|Alexandra Damasoliotis||Community member representative|
|Bert Boere||Community member representative|
|Chris Dunlevy||Don't Destroy Millers Roads representative|
|Clare Sheppard||Community member representative|
|Geoffrey Mitchelmore OAM||Community member representative|
|Ian Butterworth||Hobsons Bay City Council representative|
|Keith Loveridge||Maribyrnong City Council representative|
|Kristen Gilbert||Brimbank City Council representative|
|Louise Keramaris||Community member representative|
|Monika Pilekic||Community member representative|
|Narelle Wilson||Maribyrnong Truck Action Group|
|Rod Boyd||Community member representative|
|Steven Curry||Community member representative|
|Valerie Dripps||Community member representative|
Terms of Reference
The Terms of Reference for the Inner West Air Quality Community Reference Group were finalised by the membership at their first meeting on 10 December 2018.
You can view the Terms of Reference and members' Code of Conduct below.
Meeting 1: 10 December 2018
This meeting focused on clarifying of the purpose and scope of the group, identifying members' key issues of concern in relation to air quality, and finalising the Terms of Reference.
Meeting 2: 25 February 2019 (scheduled)
This meeting will focus on providing members with a foundational knowledge of air quality in order to properly understand subsequent research. Experts have been invited to address the group on the topics of air quality and health.
Minutes will be available 10 working days following the date of the meeting.
Page last updated: 14/01/19