Draft Wingecarribee Shire Bicycle strategy on exhibition

February 19, 2015Posted in: Community, Development
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comment from residents on Stage 2 of the Wingecarribee Shire Bicycle Strategy which goes on public exhibition from Wednesday 18 February 2015. The aim of Stage 2 of the Strategy is to integrate the proposed network of recreational pathways connecting the main towns of Mittagong, Bowral and Moss Vale as...

Council secures bridge renewal funding

February 19, 2015Posted in: Roads and Assets
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Robertson and Kangaloon are each set to receive new bridges following the announcement of successful grant funding from the Federal Government. A total of $571,000 was this week allocated to the Wingecarribee Shire by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Warren Truss as part of the Australian Government’s regional Bridges...

Council to host State Water Management Conference

February 13, 2015Posted in: Events
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Local Government NSW has this week announced Wingecarribee Shire Council as the host of the State’s 2015 Water Management Conference. Speaking at the announcement of the annual NSW Local Government Water Management Conference (LGNSW) was Council’s Manager of Tourism and Events, Steve Rosa. “Securing this conference is a great result for the region,” he said....

Participants wanted for Kangaroo March film shoot

February 11, 2015Posted in: Events

Organisers of this year’s Kangaroo March Re-enactment are looking for participants to take part in a promotional video shoot this Sunday 15 February. The film shoot will be used by a major commercial network in the lead up to the September Centenary Re-enactment. The Recruitment March Re-enactment traces the original route of 1915.  The month long...

Residents invited to have their say on backyard burning

February 11, 2015Posted in: Community, Environment
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking views and comments on the issue of backyard burning in a bid to amend the current policy. “The current Backyard Burning Policy applicable to the Shire was adopted back in 2002,” said Council’s Manager of Environment and Sustainability, Barry Arthur. “A lot has changed in our Shire over the past...

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