DOCUMENTS ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION
Current Documents on Public Exhibition
Council recognises that community input is vital in order for proposals and projects to respond effectively to local needs and to succeed.
Council obtains this community input by placing plans and proposals on Public Exhibition and inviting community feedback. This process ensures that local residents, organisations and other stakeholders are informed about what is happening in the area and can have their say on the areas future.
To make your submission to Council, please to do so in writing to Council by the advertised submission date. Submissions may be:
- Delivered to Council’s Offices in Cootamundra or Gundagai.
- Posted to: The General Manager, Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council, PO Box 420, Cootamundra NSW 2590.
- Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose to email your submission, please phone us if you do not receive any acknowledgement, in order to confirm that the email was received.
PLEASE NOTE: All submissions/feedback received may be included within the official Council agendas and minutes, including personal information about the submitter’s identity and location. Agendas and minutes are made available to the public on Council’s website. If you do not wish to be identified in Council’s agendas and minutes, please indicate this in your submission.
THE VOLUNTARY PLANNING AGREEMENT AND EXPLANATORY NOTE BETWEEN CGRC AND CWP RENEWABLES
At the Ordinary Council meeting held on Tuesday 28 September 2021 Council resolved, The Voluntary Planning Agreement with Jeremiah Wind Farm being developed by CWP Renewables, and Explanatory Note between Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council and CWP Renewables be placed on public exhibition for a period of not less than twenty eight (28) days. Submissions from interested parties will be received by Council until 5pm 28 October 2021. Submissions must be in writing and addressed to the General Manager, Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council PO Box 420 Cootamundra 2590.
Click on the above link to view closed documents that were on public exhibition.