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Cr Samantha Marks

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Mullum Ward
0408 145 110
samantha.marks@maroondah.vic.gov.au

Samantha has lived in Maroondah for more than 20 years and lives in Ringwood with her three children who attend local primary and secondary schools. A veterinary nurse for 15 years, Samantha works with an animal emergency centre and is also a registered wildlife carer. This is Samantha’s second term with Council and she is interested in children and family services, and is keen to further develop partnerships with community groups.

Samantha represents Council on the Maroondah Partners in Community Wellbeing Committee, Maroondah City of Wellbeing Steering Committee and the Maroondah Environment Advisory Committee.

Latest news from Cr Marks

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We have recently launched 12 new walking circuits around Maroondah for the community to explore.

The new signed walking routes were designed to make it easier to navigate Maroondah on foot, and use our existing footpath network as well as other shared paths and trails.

Consultation undertaken for our Physical Activity Strategy highlighted that the community wanted low cost, easy exercise opportunities. While ticking these boxes, the walking routes are also a great way of getting to know your neighbourhood as they link to local landmarks and amenities including schools, shops and other community facilities.

The routes are of varied lengths and difficulty, to suit all fitness levels, and to make them easier to navigate we have installed signage, bollards and footpath decals.

View maps of all of Maroondah's walking routes.

21/06/2017
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