Archive: Jul 2011

Inaugural Wingecarribee Youth Summit

July 25, 2011Posted in: Community, Events
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Mittagong RSL will host the Shire’s inaugural Youth Summit this Thursday 28 July. Supported by Wingecarribee Shire Council, the summit will tackle issues facing the Shire’s younger residents. The event will feature presentations from local youth leaders, government and police. Speaking at the summit will be the Federal Member for Throsby, Stephen Jones MP and...

Council sports field status launched online

July 21, 2011Posted in: Community
 

Wingecarribee Shire Council has this week launched an all new sports field status link to its new look website. Council’s Parks and Open Spaces Coordinator, Greg Bray said the online notification would provide parents and sporting clubs immediate notification of local ground availability. “When the Shire is hit by prolonged periods of rain, the availability...

Council extends free kerbside collection of green storm debris

July 20, 2011Posted in: Other
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Wingecarribee Shire Council has today announced it will extend its free Shire-wide kerbside collection of storm damage green waste until the end of the week. Bookings for the free kerbside collection can be made by phoning Council on phone 4868 0888, via email at: wscmail@wsc.nsw.gov.auor by visiting the Moss Vale Civic Centre during business hours....

Federal Member for Throsby to open Southern Regional Livestock Exchange roofing project

July 20, 2011Posted in: Development
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The Federal Member for Throsby, Stephen Jones MP will officially open the multimillion dollar Southern Regional Livestock Exchange (SRLE) roofing project onsite this Friday 22 July. The opening comes six months after work began on the $4.8 million structure which now provides all weather cover for the saleyards. “When designing the facility we insisted it...

Council donates to SES

July 15, 2011Posted in: Community
 

Wingecarribee Shire Mayor, Councillor Ken Halstead today handed over a cheque for $24,500 to the Wingecarribee State Emergency Service (SES). “Council is extremely grateful for the hard work and invaluable service our SES volunteers provide across our Shire in times of difficulty. “Today’s cheque is a small token of our appreciation,” said Councillor Halstead. Wingecarribee...

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