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Parsons Creek Road Closed to Heavy Vehicles due to Bridge Damage
Motorists are advised that the Parsons Creek Road Bridge – in the Adjungbilly area – has been closed due to damage. A side track detour is in place for local and light traffic only. No heavy vehicles are permitted.

2022 ORDINARY MEETINGS OF COUNCIL

Ordinary Meetings of Council meetings will be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month.

The next Ordinary meeting will be held on Tuesday 28 June 2022 at the Alby Schultz Meeting Centre, Cooper Street Cootamundra, commencing, and livestreamed from 6pm.

VIDEO OVERVIEW OF LATEST ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING

Ordinary Council Meeting Overview

A video message from the Mayor & Deputy Mayor. Re Ordinary Council Meeting 24 May & Extraordinary Meeting 31 May 2022

 

LIVVI'S PLACE @ ALBERT PARK OFFICIAL OPENING TUESDAY 28 JUNE 2022

The partnership formed between Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC) and the Touched by Olivia Foundation, to deliver a playspace in Cootamundra’s iconic Albert Park, has been realised. Livvi’s Place at Albert Park Cootamundra will officially open on Tuesday 28 June 2022 from 10am. The opening will be attended by Member for Cootamundra, Minister for Emergency Services and Resilience, Minister for Flood Recovery, Steph Cooke, children, parents, Councillors and dignitaries involved in the project.

GIANT BOOK SALE NOW ON!

Cootamundra Library is holding a GIANT book sale – AND it’s on Now!! With books and DVDs for $1.00 and magazines 10 for $1.00 Be quick and bag a bargain.

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EXTRAORDINARY MEETING

EXTRAORDINARY MEETING – 

There are currently no extraordinary meetings of Council.

 

LIGHTWEIGHT PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS NOW BANNED IN NSW

Lightweight plastic shopping bags are now banned in NSW as of 1 June 2022.
A cloth or a tote bag is a great alternative, so remember to take your reusable shopping bags with you next time you visit the shops. The NSW Government ban is the first in a series of single use plastic phase-outs.
From 1 November these items will also be banned: single-use plastic straws, stirrers, cutlery, plates, bowls and cotton buds, expanded polystyrene food ware and cups, and rinse-off personal care products containing plastic microbeads.
Single-use plastic items and packaging make up 60% of all litter in NSW. These plastic bans will prevent almost 2.7 billion items of plastic litter entering the NSW environment over the next 20 years.
More information about the single use plastic ban is available here Let’s Stop It and Swap It | NSW Dept of Planning and Environment

LED streetlight project to provide long-term benefits:

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Damage to Bridge forces partial road closure

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FOOTPATH REPLACEMENT WORKS TO COMMENCE FOR BOURKE STREET, COOTAMUNDRA

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Parsons Creek Road Closed to Heavy Vehicles due to Bridge Damage

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Kylie is the new Road Safety Officer

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