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Freemasons Lane is moving into central Dandenong.
Greater Dandenong councillors gave the green light to the proposal at their Monday 13 February meeting after receiving positive community feedback on the idea, including a 117-signature petition.
The lane off Mason Street, near the Masonic Hall, was one of several created through Revitalising Central Dandenong developments.
The council proposed the name to recognise the 1923-built Masonic Hall’s community, social and architectural significance and strong links to Dandenong’s history.
Freemasons Victoria grand master Don Reynolds said markers that acknowledged the past in a changing urban environment provided future generations with an opportunity to gain knowledge of a local area’s history, adding to the quality of the social environment.

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