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Playford councillor Peter Rentoulis (left), Playford mayor Glenn Docherty and councillor Cathy-Jo Tame have welcomed $3.85 million of State Government funding to construct a roundabout at the Womma/Stebonheath roads intersection.
Playford councillors Clint Marsh (left), Peter Rentoulis and Cathy-Jo Tame are calling for immediate upgrades to the Womma/Stebonheath roads intersection.
Well-known local, Peter Rentoulis, has purchased the state heritage listed property and plans to bring back to life the former chapel as the new office of his legal practice.
Playford Councillor Peter Rentoulis (left), with Angle Vale residents Clint Marsh and Rob Brookes want to see the State Government bring forward plans to install a roundabout at the Curtis Road and Heaslip.
Virginia has joined forces with other Adelaide Plains towns to deliver a food festival event to celebrate and promote the region.
Head petitioner, Rob Brookes (right), Councillor Peter Rentoulis and community member Kylie Rana, are very pleased to see children’s safety in Angle Vale.