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WORKS UP­DATE – MEL­BOURNE STREET

Road main­te­nance on Mel­bourne Street, Mul­wala, from Have­lock Street east­wards to the canal cross­ing has com­menced.

The NSW Gov­ern­ment is fund­ing this $800,000 project to pro­vide a smoother, more durable road sur­face and re­duce fu­ture main­te­nance re­quire­ments.

This work is part of a broader street im­prove­ment project be­ing car­ried out and co-funded by Fed­er­a­tion Coun­cil. Fed­er­a­tion Coun­cil is car­ry­ing out the work on be­half of Roads and Mar­itime Ser­vices, which in­volves re­moval and re­place­ment of the ex­ist­ing road sur­face. Coun­cil will also be in­stalling new kerb and gut­ter­ing, up­grad­ing park­ing at frontage of Pur­tle Park and im­prov­ing drainage as­sets.

Work com­menced on Mon­day 5 March and is ex­pected to be fi­nalised by the end of June 2018, weather per­mit­ting.

Coun­cil will be work­ing be­tween 7.30am and 5pm from Mon­day to Fri­day and if re­quired, be­tween 8am and 2pm on Satur­days. Coun­cil will no­tify res­i­dents in ad­vance if work is re­quired out­side of these times.

How will the work af­fect you?

Across the works area, changes to park­ing and prop­erty ac­cesses will be re­quired. Lim­ited park­ing will be avail­able along the project length. There will be some noise as­so­ci­ated with this work, but ev­ery ef­fort will be made to min­imise the im­pact on res­i­dents and busi­nesses.

Traf­fic changes

There will be tem­po­rary traf­fic changes to make sure the work zone is safe. A re­duced speed limit of 40 km/h will be in place dur­ing the ex­tent of works be­ing un­der­taken. Lane clo­sures will be in place and may af­fect travel times. Mo­torists are ad­vised to plan their jour­ney, al­low ex­tra travel time and fol­low all signs.

Con­tact

If you have any ques­tions, please con­tact Coun­cil on (02) 6033 8999. Thank you for your pa­tience dur­ing this im­por­tant work. *HEAVY VE­HI­CLE DE­TOUR NOW IN PLACE: A Heavy Ve­hi­cle De­tour is now in place un­til 23 April 2018. Driv­ers are asked to read all road signs in place for di­rec­tions. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, please visit coun­cil’s web­site.

NO­TICE OF PRO­POSED DE­VEL­OP­MENT AP­PLI­CA­TIONS

In ac­cor­dance with Coun­cil’s Pub­lic No­ti­fi­ca­tion Pol­icy re­gard­ing De­vel­op­ment Ap­pli­ca­tions, the fol­low­ing are hereby listed for pub­lic com­ment. Plans re­lat­ing to these pro­pos­als may be in­spected in Coun­cil’s Plan­ning Depart­ment dur­ing nor­mal work­ing hours. DA NO. AD­DRESS 2018/69 48A Wanani

Road Mul­wala Any per­sons may make a sub­mis­sion on the pro­posal within a pe­riod of four­teen (14) days from the date of this no­ti­fi­ca­tion. Per­sons mak­ing a sub­mis­sion are re­quired to com­ply with Sec­tion 147(5) of the En­vi­ron­men­tal Plan­ning As­sess­ment Act (Po­lit­i­cal Do­na­tions & Gifts Dis­clo­sure State­ment). Forms are avail­able from Coun­cil’s ad­min­is­tra­tive of­fices.

DE­VEL­OP­MENT CON­SENTS

Pub­lic no­tice is given pur­suant to Sec­tion 101 of the En­vi­ron­men­tal Plan­ning and As­sess­ment Act, 1979, that the Coun­cil has granted de­vel­op­ment con­sent in re­spect of the fol­low­ing de­vel­op­ments. The con­sents are avail­able for pub­lic in­spec­tion, with­out charge, at the Corowa Civic Cen­tre, 100 Ed­ward Street, Corowa be­tween the hours of 9.00 am and 5.00 pm Mon­day to Fri­day: DA NO. 2017/152 2018/50 ZON­ING Res­i­den­tial R2 AD­DRESS

15 Lawrence Street Corowa 33 Guy Street Corowa AP­PROVED WORK Bed and Banks Al­ter­ations and Ad­di­tions to Dwelling Bed and Banks 17 Lot Sub­di­vi­sion 2015/180 26 River street Corowa 2018/40 36-38 McCarthy Street Mul­wala PRO­POSED WORK Swimming Pool

WHAT’S ON IN THE FED­ER­A­TION RE­GION

You will never have an un­event­ful time in the Fed­er­a­tion re­gion no mat­ter when you come, or how long you stay, be­cause there is some­thing hap­pen­ing ev­ery week. Mar­kets, fes­ti­vals, sport­ing events, fam­ily days and ex­hi­bi­tions are just a few of the things on of­fer dur­ing the month of April. To down­load a copy of the Cal­en­dar of Events, please visit www.vis­it­coroware­gion.com.au Find us on Face­book and Instagram @Visit Corowa Re­gion to keep up to date with the lat­est events and at­trac­tions. Don’t for­get to use # vis­it­coroware­gion to share your high­lights of the re­gion.

CRE­AT­ING COM­MU­NITY CON­VER­SA­TIONS

Join us for an open meet­ing, en­cour­ag­ing con­ver­sa­tions that de­velop into con­cepts and projects plus cre­at­ing sus­tain­able re­la­tion­ships be­tween Coun­cil, ratepay­ers and com­mu­nity. WHEN: WHERE: Thurs­day 19 April, 6pm - 8pm Mul­wala Li­brary meet­ing room

LIGHT BULB PROJECT - CEL­E­BRAT­ING YOUTH

Coun­cil will be host­ing a mini re­gional tour of ‘The Light Bulb Project’ as part of the 2018 Youth Week. Drop in and check out the Ideas Zone, give­aways, free food, mu­sic and ac­tiv­i­ties at the fol­low­ing lo­ca­tions dur­ing Youth Week: Mon­day 16 April - Coro­na­tion Park, Oak­lands, 10am. Mon­day 16 April - Fred­die Fox Park, Urana, 1pm Tues­day 17 April - Apex Park, Mul­wala, 10am. Tues­day 17 April - Row­ers Park, Corowa, 1pm. Wed­nes­day 18 April - 1/2 Acre Cafe, How­long, 1pm. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion visit www.fed­er­a­tioncoun­cil.nsw.gov.au

BUB­BLE MUF­FIN KIDS COOK­ING CLUB

Fed­er­a­tion Coun­cil will be host­ing Bub­ble Muf­fin Kids Cook­ing Club for school age chil­dren. These mini-work­shops are a sensory ex­plo­sion of colour, move­ment, smell, touch and taste. A unique blend of ed­u­ca­tion and en­ter­tain­ment that teaches chil­dren, and their fam­i­lies, how to dis­cover, ex­plore, cre­ate and ex­pe­ri­ence healthy food choices. The work­shops are suit­able for 5 years + (un­der 8 years must be ac­com­pa­nied by an adult). Work­shops will be held on Wed­nes­day 18th April at the fol­low­ing lo­ca­tions and tim­ings; Mul­wala Li­brary, 10.30-11am: Corowa Li­brary, 1.30-2pm: How­long Li­brary, 4.00-4.30pm: Coun­cil’s (03) 5744 3439. (02) 6033 8941. (02) 6026 5055. Call Coun­cil’s li­brary cen­tres to­day to se­cure your lim­ited spot.

READ­ING CUL­TURE AWARD 2018

Nom­i­na­tions are now open for the 2018 Rive­rina Re­gional Li­brary read­ing cul­ture award. The award rec­og­nizes the con­tri­bu­tions of in­di­vid­u­als and groups en­rich­ing the lives of peo­ple in their com­mu­nity through lit­er­acy. Lo­cal win­ners will be an­nounced Tues­day 15 May. The Re­gional Win­ner will be pre­sented at a spe­cial morn­ing tea dur­ing Li­brary and In­for­ma­tion Week Tues­day 22 May at the Rive­rina Li­brary Ad­min­is­tra­tion Cen­tre. Nom­i­na­tions close 5pm, Tues­day 8 May. web­site For a nom­i­na­tion form visit the Corowa, How­long or Mul­wala li­braries, email rrl1@wagga.nsw.gov.au or visit www.rrl.nsw.gov.au The award is open to res­i­dents in the shires of Bland, Coota­mundra-Gunda­gai, Fed­er­a­tion, Greater Hume, Junee, Lock­hart, Snowy Val­leys, Temora and the City of Wagga Wagga.

KEEP IT LO­CAL COUPON BOOK­LET

This week’s $100 gro­cery voucher win­ner is - Keith Lit­tle, Corowa

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