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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...

Council Meeting highlights – Wednesday 13 October

October 14, 2021Posted in: Other

Council chambers 2021

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Ordinary Meeting of Wednesday 13 October began with a Minute by Council’s Interim Administrator Mr Viv May. Within the Minute Mr May congratulated everyone responsible for this year’s Tulip Time celebrations, in particular Council’s Open Spaces Team responsible for the planting of 120,000 bulbs.  He also acknowledged the announcement of an additional...

Free Resilience Toolkit Program for Highlands businesses

October 12, 2021Posted in: Community, Events, Other

Business Community Resilience Toolkit Program banner

Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting businesses across the Southern Highlands to take part in an online ‘Business Community Resilience Toolkit Program’ designed to help better prepare for future disruptions and disasters. Council’s General Manager Lisa Miscamble said the free course would help local businesses develop contingency plans and build support networks. “Registered businesses will be...

Disaster Dashboard ready for storm season

October 5, 2021Posted in: Events, Other

Wingecarribee Shire Council is reminding residents and visitors that access to real time information on serious incidents and disasters impacting the Shire can be found on the Wingecarribee Disaster Dashboard. Council’s Disaster Dashboard was one of 27 regional dashboards launched last year with the assistance of Resilience NSW as part of the State Government’s Regional...

Hampers sharing a taste of the Highlands

September 16, 2021Posted in: Other, Tourism

Hampers being packed into boot by man in hi vis vest

Council’s Destination Southern Highlands team have been working with local businesses to prepare hampers for our neighbours in nearby Campbelltown. The Campbelltown local government area is classified as a local government area (LGA) of concern and its residents are under stricter stay at home orders. Wingecarribee Shire Council’s General Manager, Lisa Miscamble, said the benefits...