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...

Interim Administrator pushes for dual facility designs

November 25, 2021Posted in: Community

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Interim Administrator Viv May has used Council’s Quarterly Budget Review to call for design plans for the proposed Wingecarribee Animal Shelter and Moss Vale State Emergency Service (SES) building to be fast-tracked. Mr May amended the September Quarterly Budget Review Recommendation to exclude the ‘revote’ or transfer of funding for the design...

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...

Council continues to deliver services whilst undertaking further Covid measures

July 23, 2021Posted in: Other

With Greater Sydney and the Illawarra under continued lockdown restrictions, Wingecarribee Shire Council has introduced further proactive Covid-safe procedures to help limit staff movement and protect customers. Central to the latest measures introduced is the temporary limitation on face-to-face contact. Council’s General Manager Lisa Miscamble said Council was continuing to deliver core Council services despite...

Council warns of spike in coronavirus pet scams

June 9, 2020Posted in: Community, Other

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Wingecarribee Shire Council is reminding residents to check the NSW Pet Registry to verify documentation before buying a furry companion during social isolation. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) reports that nearly $300,000 has been lost to puppy scams this year, and that scammers are targeting prospective pet owners during the coronavirus pandemic. Council’s...