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Fire safety preparedness & clean-up weekend - 28 & 29 November 2020


Fire Ready requirements With the declared fire danger period approaching, the RMB would like to remind Mt Buller property lessees, of the responsibility to ensure properties are fire ready. Site clean-up weekend: 28 & 29 November 2020 A clean-up weekend arranged by the RMB, to assist lessees to prepare properties for the fire danger period. Green waste collection Over the clean-up weekend, any trimmed grass, leaves and foliage from property sites can be left by the curbside for later collection by RMB staff. Only green waste left on the curb during the weekend (Nov 28-29) will be collected. Please do not leave green waste after this weekend as it will not be collected and detracts from Village amenity. Please note that there is no hard rubbish collection. For further information on hard waste please click here. Tree pruning RMB can facilitate appointments with qualified local arborists to assist with tree pruning for a fee of $320 per hour (ex GST). Bookings are essential and can be in blocks of 30 mins, 1 hour, or more.

A minimum of 8 appointments are needed for this service to be viable. To book, please contact Ali Kirkwood, Environmental Services Officer, via email ali.kirkwood@mtbuller.com.au, before Wednesday 25 November. Practical tips to make your property fire ready Some practical tips to meet the fire ready requirements include: - Cut/whipper-snip long grass - Remove wood and rubbish (flammable or not) from around your building - Do not stack firewood on or under timber balconies - Close all property windows and doors - Reduce gaps in your building (i.e. seal up any holes in eaves and cladding) - Rake up areas of fine fuel such as leaf litter and bark - Remove fallen limbs and twigs Vegetation Management Activities Specific permission must be obtained to carry out any works outside of that listed above. For any other questions or issues relating to management of vegetation for the purpose of fire prevention, contact:

Louise Perrin

Environmental Services Manager

louise.perrin@mtbuller.com.au

For further information, please contact the RMB or download the CFA Fire Ready kit here, and the CFA Guide to Survival leaflet here. A reminder, lessees must seek advice from the RMB before undertaking any vegetation management activities.




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Mt Buller VIC 3723

mtbuller.com.au

03 5777 6077

info@mtbuller.com.au

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