Taking break from Supervenience "book" outlined in August but may give brief update if time permits, after also slotting in some minutes for AGM of Kororoit Institute Proponents and Supporters Association Inc.
In September the Inspector-General for Emergency Management sought submission of themes and issues for a decadal review of policies and procedures coming out of the state government's response to the Bushfire Royal Commission.
Sadly, it was hard to duck given recent focus on situations in Separation Creek following the 2015 Christmas Day fire evacuation compounded by floods and landslips in the winter, and along lower Stony Creek following the late August warehouse fire, Stony already being an ongoing project.
Will also look quickly at the contrast between DELWP/CFA cool burns and Wurundjeri Cool burns.
Following Tony, Daryl Taylor from Kinglake will provide a short presentation on Preparing (and Preparedness) for the Emergency Response (and its Consequences).