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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...

Council Meetings re-open to the public

October 11, 2021Posted in: Other

Council chambers 2021

Public access to Council Meetings held in the Moss Vale Council Chambers are set to resume from Wednesday 13 October as physical restrictions ease across the State. Council’s Interim Administrator Viv May PSM said while members of the public would be able to return to the chamber in-person, strict COVID protocols would be enforced. “All...

Council Meeting highlights – Wednesday 8 September

September 9, 2021Posted in: Other

Council chambers 2021

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Ordinary Meeting of Wednesday 8 September began with a Minute by Council’s Interim Administrator Mr Viv May. Within the Minute Mr May welcomed the decision by the Minister for Local Government to hold a Public Inquiry and thanked the residents of the Shire for coming forward with their concerns.  Mr May reiterated...

Interim Administrator welcomes Hume Coal decision

September 3, 2021Posted in: Other

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Interim Administrator Viv May has welcomed the state’s Independent Planning Commission’s decision to block plans for a new coal mine in Berrima. “This is fabulous news for the Shire and of great relief to many residents,” he said. Mr May said the decision came after more than a decade of community action....

Resource Recovery Centre open for essential service operators

August 25, 2021Posted in: Roads and Assets

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....