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Job completed for Wingecarribee River Green Army

February 22, 2017Posted in: Environment

Following six months of intensive environmental work on the Wingecarribee River, the second round of Green Army participants are preparing to down tools as the rehabilitation project draws to a close. Attending the Burradoo graduation ceremony was Campbell Page’s National Green Army Program Manager, Kristie Kelly, members of the Bong Bong Common Management Committee and...

Council celebrates Bike Week at Burradoo

September 14, 2015Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Council is encouraging bike riders to don their helmets and join the sixth annual BBT Family Fun Ride on Sunday 20 September to be held along the Bong Bong Shared Pathway. Adults and children of all ages are invited to bring their bikes along to help celebrate NSW Bike Week and enjoy a...

Council to host Shire’s first Economic Summit

June 11, 2015Posted in: Community, Events

The Shire’s inaugural Economic Summit is set to take place next Tuesday 16 June at Chevalier College. The free summit is being organised and facilitated by Council in an effort to establish a list of viable business and community projects that will form the basis of a broader Economic Development Strategy. Council’s Economic Development Manager...

Burradoo BU2 Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

August 10, 2012Posted in: Environment, Roads and Assets

In accordance with the NSW Government’s Floodplain Development Manual 2005, Council is committed to sound Floodplain Management and have engaged specialist flood consultants, Cardno, to prepare the Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan for the Burradoo BU2 Catchment. Wingecarribee Shire Council has been working through the floodplain management process for Burradoo BU2 Catchment and has...

Councillors give fishing platform the green light

March 16, 2012Posted in: Community

On Wednesday evening councillors approved a recommendation to proceed with the construction of a recreational fishing platform along the Wingecarribee River. The resolution enables Council to allocate $6,000 from Council’s Infrastructure Recovery Strategy program to fund the platform. This funding is in addition to the original $10,000 grant Council secured for the project from the...

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