14 Vuegrande Rise, Montrose VIC 3765

Consent to build a swimming pool, paving and fencing outside building envelope required under Section 173 Agreement

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 5 days earlier.

(Source: Yarra Ranges Shire Council, reference YR-2013/954/1)

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  1. Kim Mckay commented

    Somore illegal crap from an extortionist incorporation posing as government official serious crimes against Australia and our society... what about more illegal poaching, burning, building under fake clouds of corporate terrorism, Our 100 years plus established constitution law MUST be adhered to since the article 61 of the Magna Carter invoked in the senate.... Australia being in caretaker status, a call to arms war zone for 22 plus years, your ignorance is beyond devastation, it is genocide, aiding and abetting invasions, total destruction of our ability to sustain life here, breaching our security law's.

    You do not have any authority to do a damn thing and the community will be rounding you all up, stay off and out of our forests, our last mountain ranges, off the face of MT Dandenong Ranges being Moratorium protected part of our catchment, high security breaches, defrauding our society and an attack on our water systems - yet another security breach.... A further investigation is under way as to who has been extorted and lied to in this squatting in war zone and security protected areas, defrauding a maybe legit purchaser who will be removed and refunded their costs from your pockets...

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