Domenico Pecorari is a long-time resident of Araluen, whose work experience includes ten years of administering building programs in central Australian Aboriginal communities, as well as managing heritage conservation work on many of central Australia’s historic places.
With several heritage sites around town "on death row", a ritual burning of the Act was held at the gates of the former Anzac Hill High this morning by a small but ardent group. And thus far the bulldozers do not seem to have moved in at the school site. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
When Alice Springs architect DOMENICO PECORARI recently spoke to the Town Council in support of its move to develop long-term, big picture planning (a master plan) for the town, he spoke of a planning success story he is familiar with on the other side of the world.
Zero population growth over the last decade, with losses particularly in the family-age groups, makes master planning for the long-term future of the town more urgent, Town Council hears. KIERAN FINNANE reports.