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Council announces community meetings for Medway and New Berrima residents

8 June, 2011Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets
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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 Medway Road
  • 6.30 – 8.00pm Draft Section 94 Developer Contributions Plan for Moss Vale Enterprise Corridor

Heavy Vehicle Movements on Medway Road – 5 to 6pm

Council is inviting all residents of Medway and those fronting Medway Road to a community meeting to discuss the proposal to use B-double trucks on Medway Road. Whilst the meeting will be facilitated by Council, Boral representatives have been invited to outline their plans to run the trucks between the Medway Colliery and the Old Hume Highway along Medway Road. Following the public meeting Council will consider whether to continue with the gazettal of Medway Road for B-double use.

Draft Section 94 Developer Contributions Plan for Moss Vale Enterprise Corridor – 6.30 to 8pm

This meeting has been called to discuss the impact on New Berrima residents of infrastructure proposed in the Draft Section 94 Developer Contributions Plan for the Moss Vale Enterprise Corridor.

Revision 2 of this document has been placed on public exhibition until Wednesday 22 June 2011 and can be viewed online atwww.wsc.nsw.gov.au or at Council’s Moss Vale Civic Centre and Council’s Moss Vale library open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am to 5.30pm; Wednesday 1pm to 5.30pm and Saturday 9am to 12noon.

Feedback and submissions must be made by close of business at 4.30pm on 22 June 2011 via email at: wscmail@wsc.nsw.gov.au or in writing addressed to the General Manager at Wingecarribee Shire Council, PO Box 141, Moss Vale, 2577

Council advises that Boral is organising a separate Medway Community Meeting on Wednesday 8 June at 6pm in the Boral Recreational Hall, Taylor Avenue, New Berrima to discuss issues affecting the Medway community. Should you require information regarding Boral’s meeting, you are invited to contact Heather Pearce from Nina Harding Mediation Services on: (02) 9818-2684 or by email: heather@sydney.net