Council Meeting highlights

August 31, 2021Posted in: Other
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Council chambers 2021

The Extraordinary Meeting of Monday 30 August began with the announcement of three Directors as part of the revised Council structure. It was announced Mr Geoff King had secured the role of Director Communities and Place, Ms Carmel Foster as Director Corporate Strategy and Resourcing and Ms Karin Targa as Director Service Delivery and Projects....

General Manager announces appointment of Directors

August 30, 2021Posted in: Other

Wingecarribee Shire General Manager Lisa Miscamble has today announced the appointment of three Directors. The appointments are part of the newly revised Council structure adopted in July. Mr Geoff King has been appointed Director Communities and Place, Ms Carmel Foster Director Corporate Strategy and Resourcing and Ms Karin Targa Director Service Delivery and Projects. Mr...

Project Sustainable Us

August 27, 2021Posted in: Environment

Do you know a local sustainability champion? Wingecarribee Shire Council is looking for unsung local champions who are helping to drive sustainable living across the Southern Highlands. Council’s Deputy General Manager Marissa Racomelara explained why Council was on the look-out for inspirational Highlanders. “We know that across our Shire many of our residents are taking...

Tulip Time 2021 goes virtual!

August 26, 2021Posted in: Tourism
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The Southern Highlands annual Tulip Time festival in Corbett Gardens is to be transformed into an online virtual tour following uncertainty around public health orders relating to physical distancing and public gatherings. Council’s General Manager Lisa Miscamble explained the decision. “After much deliberation Council has decided to re-focus this year’s celebrations,” she said. “We considered...

Resource Recovery Centre open for essential service operators

August 25, 2021Posted in: Roads and Assets
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Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Resource Recovery Centre (RRC) is now accepting waste from essential service operators. Essential services are classified as commercial customers who are permitted to work under the current NSW Government health orders. Southern Highlands-based landscapers, mowing contractors, tradespeople and veterinarians can now access the RRC to dispose of materials generated by their work....