Tagged: Community consultation

Council to undertake Community Strategic Plan review

October 14, 2016Posted in: Community

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Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling on residents to help guide the Shire’s future, following unanimous support by councillors for a multi-phased engagement strategy to review the Community Strategic Plan Wingecarribee 2031+. The first stage of the review will involve a random telephone and online survey. The telephone and on-line surveys will be carried out by...

Information Kiosks to discuss Special Rate Variation projects

January 14, 2016Posted in: Events, Roads and Assets

Info Kiosk

Wingecarribee Shire Council will hold a series of public Information Kiosks starting Wednesday 20 January to discuss the ‘Investing in our future’ projects that are proposed to be funded under the different scenarios. The Information Kiosks follow Council’s unanimous decision in December to notify the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) of its intention to...

Council responds to community to increase focus on assets

December 11, 2015Posted in: Community

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Council has listened to the overwhelming feedback from the community regarding the need to increase funding levels for assets, with the Council voting unanimously to notify the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) of councillors intent to apply for a Special Rate Variation in the new year. At the meeting, councillors discussed how the future...

Draft Street Tree Master Plan on exhibition

December 1, 2015Posted in: Environment, Roads and Assets

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Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking feedback from residents on its draft Street Tree Master Plan which is now on public exhibition following support from councilors. Council’s Coordinator of Open Spaces, Greg Bray explained the purpose of the draft Master Plan. “The Southern Highlands is renowned for its beautiful tree-lined streetscapes and this Master Plan seeks...

Special Rate Variation Information Kiosks continue

October 19, 2015Posted in: Community, Events

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Staff from Council will this weekend attend the Berrima Schoolyard Markets to discuss the possibility of implementing a Special Rate Variation. The team members will be on hand at the popular markets as part of a month-long series of community engagement activities to discuss the Special Rate Variation proposal. “We’re now entered our second week...