AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY SERVICE
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An Ordinary Council meeting will be held 6pm, Tuesday 27 February 2018 in the Cootamundra Council Chambers, Cooper Street, Cootamundra.
Members of the public are invited to address Council on any local government issue at the commencement of the meeting. The Agenda can be obtained from Councils website www.cgrc.nsw.gov.au prior to the meeting.
CLARON ESTATE LEASE EOI
Expressions of interest are sought from interested persons for the lease of lands for sheep grazing purposes as detailed below:
Land“Claron Estate”, Bartley Street, Cootamundra. Approximately 26.27 ha* (Sheep grazing only) Lot 1199338 & 1086821
Lease Term 5 Years
(*The area available for lease may be progressively reduced by future development of residential land for resale).
Written applications will be received by the undersigned up until 4.00pm, Friday 23rd February, 2018.
Further information may be obtained by contacting Zac Mahon on 6940 2100
STOCKINBINGAL MUSEUM BUILDING EOI
Expressions of interest are sought from interested persons for the lease of the iron shed at 44-46 Hibernia Street, Stockinbingal.
The terms of the lease will be six months with an option to extend for six months.
The intended use of the premises is retail selling pre-packaged food and drinks.
Written applications will be received by the undersigned up until 4.00pm Friday 23rd February, 2017.
Further information may be obtained by contacting Zac Mahon on 6940 2100.
DRAFT NANGUS AND RURAL COMMUNITIES STRATEGIES
Until the 7 March 2018, Council encourages the community to take a look at the strategies which can be viewed on Council’s website, in either office or library. In conjunction with the exhibition of these strategies a photo competition is being run. Budding photographers are encouraged to capture and enter images which capture the essence of the villages of Coolac, Nangus, Stockinbingal and Wallendbeen as well as the rural communities of Adjungbilly, Muttama and Tumblong. A winning photo from each will take home $100 and that photo will be the cover image for the final strategy. A grand prize of a family photo package or mentor session with Forever Rose Photography will be awarded to an overall winning photo. A number of other noted photos will receive judge’s prizes such as pool vouchers. Photos can be entered online by emailing email@example.com and must be accompanied by a signed Villages Photography Competition entry form available on CGRC website. Entries for the competition should be in by 9 March 2018.
3RD INSTALMENT RATE NOTICES AND WATER METER READING
Residents are reminded 3rd Instalment Rate Notices are due 28th February, 2018. If you are having difficulty paying please contact the Council Office on (02) 6940 2100. Residents are also advised water meter reading will be taking place throughout the month of February. Please ensure council have adequate access to your water meter. Any queries please contact the Council Office on 0269402100.
CARBERRY PARK ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND
Adventure Playground comments welcomed.
The concept plans for Gundagai’s large scale adventure playground are now on public display at the Gundagai Library, Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council administration office and CGRC website. The preferred site in Carberry Park for the $1 million playground is expected to provide locals and tourists with picnic areas, play zones catering for toddlers, juniors and senior aged children.
Council will receive written submissions from interested community members on the proposal up until Friday 9th March.
The adventure park will promote a family friendly environmentally safe space, encourage strong community spirit and opportunities for all to engage in healthy and active lifestyle choices. It will also encourage tourists and visitors to stay a little longer in Gundagai, and spend time shopping and eating in Gundagai’s CBD, Sheridan Street.
The proposed plans also include landscaping, a bandstand, fitness zones and increased parking spaces. Pleasant pedestrian zones, shelter structures and improvements to the amenities block also make up the concept of how the area will look and feel.
Tis the season… Sheridan Street to shine this Christmas
October 25, 2017
The essence of Christmas will be glowing and glimmering in Gundagai this year. Sheridan Street the town’s main street will be decorated with giant Christmas trees, twinkling solar powered Christmas lights and a nativity scene in Carberry Park. Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council has partnered with the Gundagai Regional Enhancement Group (GREG) Christmas Decorations committee and committed […]Read More
Portable Swimming Pools
October 17, 2017Read More
Gundagai Netball Courts Upgrade
September 29, 2017
Gundagai’s town netball courts will receive an upgrade thanks to funds from the NSW State Government’s Stronger Communities Fund. The fund which is administered by Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council has $200,000 set aside from the $9 million major projects program to fund the upgrade. CGRC intends to develop the site as a fully functional recreational area […]Read More
Stockinbingal Bowling Club freshen up
September 29, 2017
The Stronger Communities Fund, an initiative of the NSW Government and administered by Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council has provided a much needed grant to the Stockinbingal Bowling Club. The club has been able to replace the stairs at the rear of the club with a ramp and handrails, making accessibility to the club easier and safer […]Read More
Expert on adventure parks visit
September 29, 2017
Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council has been fortunate to gain expert advice from Tamworth Regional council’s Projects and Assets officer Grant Reeckmann. Reeckmann toured Cootamundra and Gundagai on Wednesday and Thursday this week to advise on councils major projects that involve the construction of two adventure parks in the towns. Responsible for the award winning Tamworth Regional Playground Mr […]Read More