DO THE MATHS ON DOG COSTS
renewable energy, passive activism, nest box construction and wasteless living.
There was a hive of activity on The Green, with stalls showcasing how to make a native bee hotel, innovative ways to grow your own vegetables and ways to collect seeds and store them.
A clothing exchange corner was very popular and passersby could help sew a Boomerang Bag, which were under construction all day.
Two main streets of Mundaring were closed to traffic, with one filled with electric cars, bicycles and motorcycles and the other with dozens of stalls promoting thought-provoking concepts and innovative homemade and natural products, all free of single-use plastic.
Overall waste going to landfill from the festival was kept to a minimum, with food vendors largely utilising re-usable I, LIKE 64 other pensioners in the Shire of Mundaring, have paid our yearly rates which are costed at $1230.
The total amount paid to the Shire by 65 pensioners for their yearly rates amounts to $79,950, which is $50 short of the so-far reported $80,000 the Shire has disclosed for its legal costs in prosecuting the owners of two dogs alleged to have attacked 39 sheep at The Lakes.
Unfortunately the owners of the sheep have lost out in this bungled legal prosecution, as have the ratepayers.
With the ever-increasing yearly rates and cutbacks by the Shire on halls and swimming pools, it is not hard to work out why these monetary shortfalls are taking place at the Shire of Mundaring.