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Hi! I am Anna Reynolds and I have been proud to represent the Hobart community as an Alderman since 2014.

In 2018 I am running to be elected as Lord Mayor of Hobart.

The next few years will be some of the most crucial in Hobart’s history. Under the wrong leadership and with a few silly decisions, we could lose what we love about our city.

Hobart needs a new city leader with the courage to make bold decisions and who people can trust to champion the community’s interests.

A progressive and hardworking Mayor can make a big and positive difference to people’s lives and to Hobart’s future. I hope you will support my campaign be that person.

During these times of change, I want to protect and enhance what makes Hobart special – the beautiful, historic, creative, peaceful and unpretentious city we call home.

I would love your support for my campaign for Mayor! Please let me know if you can help HERE.

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2 years ago I was inundated by emails and Facebook comments from people who were devastated that Council had been a little over enthusiastic with a tin of grey paint in Bidencopes Lane (off Murray Street, opposite Lush)....this is what it looked like then - bit drab eh?

Fast forward to 2018 and today Council is working with the Vibrance Festival, a one week street art festival that will see this laneway brought to life again by 20 street artists. Check out the work as it happens during the week and head along to one of the celebration events next weekend. Vibrance Festival The Grand Poobah
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Here is another proposal that is currently being advertised for public comment. Will probably come to Council for a decision sometime in March. ...

LIVE PLANNING APPLICATIONS - Given the desire to bring forward a greater degree of public interaction and involvement with the Planning System, followers of a Better Hobart might find the current application for a 7 storey plus 2 basement level extension to The Lenna Hotel to be of interest. 20 Runnymead Street (The Lenna Hotel) PLN-17-758 'Partial Demolition, New Building for Residential Hotel, Restaurant/Cafe, Unlisted Use (Bar) and Shops, Subdivision (One Additional Road Lot), Alterations to Carparking, and Associated Works in the Road Reserve'. The right to submit public comments close on the 16th Feb. so hurry! To view the entire application and submit representations, click on the link below. apply.hobartcity.com.au/…/X…/SearchApplication.aspx… Remember, only by commenting do you get a say.

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A current proposal for apartments in Harrington Street - as part of planning law most proposals need to be advertised for a period, during which time comments can be made on the proposal by neighbours or members of the public.

This feedback is then considered in the report (along with other information) before the proposal is approved, rejected or amended by Council.

Too often the community don’t find out what is being proposed for an area, because the information is quite inaccessible.

So thanks to the Better Hobart group for your initiative to make current applications more available for people to see. Please keep it up! I hope one day soon the City Of Hobart is doing this too.
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LIVE PLANNING APPLICATIONS - Given the desire to bring forward a greater degree of public interaction and involvement with the Planning System, followers of a Better Hobart might find the current application to be of interest. 209-215 Harrington Street (across from St. Mary's) PLN-17-967 'New Building for Multiple Dwellings, General Retail and Hire and Food Services'. The right to submit public comments close soon on the 19th Feb. To view the entire application and submit representations, click on the link below. apply.hobartcity.com.au/Pages/XC.Track/SearchApplication.aspx?id=142250 Remember, only by commenting do you get a say.

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Do we agree that....we need more affordable housing in Hobart? And that we need a city plan for Hobart that allows us to grow in a more sustainable way?
Tomorrow (Thursday 15th) there is a really interesting forum on at 6pm at Town Hall - its all about how public transport can help shape our city and provide more opportunities for housing. See you there!
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