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Animal Shelter and SES building progress update

May 27, 2022Posted in: Community

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Progress on the new Wingecarribee Animal Shelter has taken another step towards fruition as Council finalises the Development Application. The Development Application (DA), including detailed designs of both the Animal Shelter and adjoining State Emergency Service (SES) building are proposed to be lodged with Council via the NSW Government’s Planning Portal within weeks. Plans prepared...

Expressions of Interest for Animal Shelter now open

April 5, 2022Posted in: Roads and Assets

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Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling on Expressions of Interest (EOI) from interested parties to lease floor space within the proposed new Wingecarribee Animal Shelter. The yet to be constructed purpose-built Animal Shelter will be co-located adjacent to a new State Emergency Service (SES) building on Council-owned property at 1 Bowman Road in Moss Vale. The...

Council approves construction of new Animal Shelter

September 9, 2021Posted in: Roads and Assets

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Wingecarribee Shire’s new purpose-built Animal Shelter will be co-located adjacent to a new State Emergency Service (SES) building that will house the Moss Vale branch. The two facilities will be co-located on Council-owned property at 2 Bowman Road in Moss Vale. Council’s Interim Administrator Mr Viv May made the announcement at Wednesday evening’s Ordinary Meeting...

‘Chipped, Snipped and Safe’ expands Shire-wide

June 1, 2017Posted in: Other

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s free cat micro-chipping and desexing program is being rolled out across the Shire. The expansion of the program follows a successful trial held earlier in the year in Moss Vale. Council’s Project Officer Alicia Kaylock explained the purpose of the program. “Back in March we trialled the program offering eligible pensioners and...

Free microchipping and desexing for Mossy moggies

March 3, 2017Posted in: Other

Wingecarribee Shire Council is encouraging eligible pensioners of Moss Vale with ‘unchipped’ cats to have their feline friends micro-chipped and desexed for free. Council’s trial program entitled, Mossy Moggies: Chipped, Snipped and Safe is being initially offered for pensioners and low-income earners of Moss Vale. Council’s Project Officer Alicia Kaylock explained the purpose of the...