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Bowral Library re-introduces Click and Collect service

January 5, 2022Posted in: Community

Librarian in face mask standing outside library, ready to hand over books to customer

Wingecarribee Public Libraries will re-introduce a Click and Collect service for residents commencing Thursday 6 January at Bowral Central Library. Council’s Acting Chief Information Officer, Mr Ian Vong, said library services play an important role in community wellbeing. “Click and Collect allows library members to access our collections and materials by placing an order online...

Christmas comes to the Highlands

November 23, 2021Posted in: Community, Events

Illustrated poster with waratah Christmas tree

Wingecarribee Shire Council is gearing up to ring in the festive season with an expanded program of Shire-wide merriments. Council’s General Manager, Ms Lisa Miscamble, unveiled the Shire’s promotional campaign for Christmas. “The campaign artwork features the iconic waratah and encourages people to have a merry and magical Highlands Christmas.” Starting next week three Community...

Review of Environmental Factors for Bowral STP online

October 27, 2021Posted in: Roads and Assets

An update on Council’s proposed upgrade of the Bowral Sewage Treatment Plant is now available on Council’s website following endorsement from Council’s Interim Administrator Mr Viv May PSM. Mr May adopted a recommendation to place the draft Review of Environmental Factors (REF) online at Council’s Ordinary Meeting of Wednesday 13 October. Council’s General Manager Lisa...

Bowral Library introduces new Click and Collect service

September 24, 2021Posted in: Community, Other

Librarian in face mask standing outside library, ready to hand over books to customer

Wingecarribee Public Libraries are set to introduce a Click and Collect service for residents, following an exemption to the Public Heath Order. This new service will commence from Monday 27 September at Bowral Central Library. Council’s Chief Information Officer, Mr John Crawford, said library services play an important role in community wellbeing. “Libraries provide social...

Increased COVID testing for sewage treatment plants

July 30, 2021Posted in: Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Council is working with NSW Health to increase COVID testing schedules at Council’s Sewage Treatment Plants in a bid to keep the Shire COVID-safe. Council’s General Manager Lisa Miscamble said the increased surveillance was a precautionary measure. “With neighbouring local government areas in lockdown this is a proactive measure we’re taking to help...