Archive: Apr 2014

Our tap water is tops!

April 10, 2014Posted in: Environment, Roads and Assets
 

water

Wingecarribee Shire’s water was named one of the best drops in the state at last week’s Orica NSW Water Taste Test. The judging took place as part of the eighth Water Industry Operators Association Annual NSW Conference where the water watchers rated H2O from various NSW councils based on its clarity, colour, taste and aroma....

Sharpen your HSC study skills at Bowral Library

April 9, 2014Posted in: Community, Events
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study lock-in

With just a few months to go until this year’s enthusiastic group of year 12 students hit the books in preparation for their final HSC exams, Bowral Library is hosting a free study seminar. The event is the first in a range of HSC sessions that Wingecarribee Libraries facilitate to help local students improve their...

Info kiosk to visit Bowral with focus on draft Operational Plan

April 9, 2014Posted in: Community, Events
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hands raised

Wingecarribee Shire Council officers will be visiting Bowral on Wednesday 16 April 2014 as part of a mobile roadshow. Council’s Acting Deputy General Manager Corporate and Strategy Mark Pepping said the information kiosks are an opportunity for residents to ask questions without having to visit the Moss Vale Civic Centre during office hours. “Staff from...

Council to host groundwater public meeting

April 7, 2014Posted in: Environment, Events
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting members of the community to attend a public presentation from the Southern Highlands Coal Action Group (SHCAG) on their recent groundwater study. The SHCAG commissioned study looks at the groundwater system that lies beneath the Southern Highlands and assesses the potential impact coal mining and coal exploration may have upon our region....

Chemical CleanOut at Council Depot

April 4, 2014Posted in: Environment
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chemical cleanout

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) in conjunction with Wingecarribee Shire Council will be accepting unwanted chemicals as part of its annual Chemical CleanOut program on Saturday 12 April at Council’s Moss Vale Depot. Residents can drop off their unwanted household chemicals – FREE of charge – at Council’s Moss Vale Works Depot, Moss Vale...