Don’t drop off this long weekend

June 9, 2011Posted in: Roads and Assets

As many people prepare to take a road trip over the June Long Weekend, Wingecarribee Road Safety Officer Charmaine Cooper is urging motorists to plan ahead, drive to the conditions and take advantage of the RTA’s Driver Reviver sites enroute. “There are going to be a lot of people on the roads during this busy...

Council announces community meetings for Medway and New Berrima residents

June 8, 2011Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets

Medway and New Berrima residents are being invited to have their say at two public meetings to discuss truck movements at Medway and Developer Contributions for the Moss Vale Enterprise Corridor. Both meetings will occur on Wednesday 15 June at the Boral Recreational Hall, Taylor Avenue, New Berrima: 5.00 – 6.00pm Heavy Vehicle Movements on...

Robertson community learns more about the sewerage scheme

June 8, 2011Posted in: Development, Roads and Assets
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Robertson community members learned more about the new sewerage scheme last weekend at a community information session which was held in the village. About 100 people attended the event to see and hear how the new scheme will be built and installed on their property. The session was organised by the construction contractor, AJ Lucas,...

Council discount to have child restraints checked

June 3, 2011Posted in: Roads and Assets

The overwhelming success of Wingecarribee Shire Council’s free Child Restraint Checking Day has prompted Council to offer further incentives for residents to have their vehicle’s child restraints properly checked. Held on May 14 held in conjunction with Highlands Pit Lane and the Mittagong Marketplace, the free Child Restraint Checking Day was quickly booked out with...

Mayor calls for residents to voice their opinion

June 2, 2011Posted in: Community

With less than a fortnight until the exhibition period closes on Council’s draft Delivery Program and Operational Plan, Wingecarribee Shire Mayor Councillor Ken Halstead is reminding residents to have their say. “These documents represent Council’s blueprint for the Shire for the next 20 years and beyond,” he said. “It’s vitally important that our residents contribute...

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