The May Ordinary Council meeting has been adjourned until Wednesday 24 May 2017, to be held at the Goolgowi Council Chambers starting at 10am.
MAY COUNCIL MEETING 2017
Public Exhibition - Community Strategic Plan & Disability Inclusion Action Plan
Notice is hereby given that the Council intends to adopt the Community Strategic Plan, following an exhibition period of 28 days.
Any enquiries should be directed to Council on 6965 1900.
Public Exhibition - DA2017-040
Audit Committee - Expression of Interest
Council are seeking two independent external members for its Audit Committee to be appointed for the term of the current Council until November 2020 subject to review.
Proposed Naming Of Private Road - "Ranch Road" Tabbita
PROPOSED NAMING OF PRIVATE ROAD
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the Road Regulations 2008 that the Council intends to name a private road which is to be located north of Tysons Road, Tabbita on Lots 1-6 DP 1220390. The proposed road name is Ranch Road.
Community Strategic Plan - Review
Council is currently reviewing the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) and needs your input. We want to hear about your ideas for the future Carrathool Shire!
Western Local Land Service Regional Weeds Management Plan
Community consultation sessions for draft Western Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan.
Have your Say on the Western Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan 2017-2022.
Community Engagement Strategy Public Exhibition
Notice is hereby given that the Council intends to adopt the Community Engagement Strategy, following an exhibition period of 28 days.
Medical Practitioner Services to recommence at Hillston
Carrathool Shire Council is very pleased to announce that medical practitioner services are recommencing at Hillston with Doctor Rod Bond and Doctor Jarrod Linsell taking over the operations of the Hillston Medical Centre on the 13th March 2017.
Local Land Services - Have your say on the management of weeds in the Riverina
The NSW Government has allocated more than $11 million in funding for weed management throughout the state. Regional strategic weed management plans have been established to set the vision for weed management over the next five years.