Archive: Apr 2013

Council receives moderate assessment from Treasury

April 23, 2013Posted in: Other
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Wingecarribee Shire Mayor Councillor Juliet Arkwright has responded to the findings released in last week’s NSW State Government Treasury Corporation report into the financial stability of the state’s councils. “Viewed in its entirety, the report contains numerous positives for our Council and Shire in general,” Councillor Arkwright said. The report, released on Friday 19 April...

Council launches recruitment drive

April 23, 2013Posted in: Other
 

Wingecarribee Shire Council is looking for applicants to apply for a host of new positions within its Operations Division. “It’s without a doubt the largest single recruitment drive we’ve held in recent years,” said Council’s Deputy General Manager Operations, Phil Marshall. In total 21 jobs are on offer. “Positions vacant include Landscapers, Carpenters, Roadside Vegetation...

Library launches new look website

April 19, 2013Posted in: Community
 

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Library Services has this week launched their new website promising customers a host of improved services. Council’s Information Services Librarian Roxanne Seaward said the new look website was easier to use and provided readers with greater information. “The design includes the ability to search the entire library catalogue from any page on...

Council offers free Safe Senior Driver Workshops

April 19, 2013Posted in: Events, Roads and Assets
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting the Shire’s senior citizens to attend one of two free driving workshops to be held on Tuesday 30 April. The Seniors Travelling Safely Course is designed to familiarise the Shire’s older commuters with recent road rule changes and help them to stay on the roads as long as possible without...