Dungog Shire Council has been announced as receiving third prize in the Statewide Mutual Annual Roadshow competition, which encourages local government organisations to explore the opportunities provided by drone technology.
Thank you to everyone who took part and tuned into this week’s Council Meeting, livestreamed via our Facebook page.
So far, our online proceedings have reached over 1300 people, which is heartening to see so many taking an interest in the happenings of our shire.
Following its resolution to create a Flying-fox Management Plan to reduce the community impacts of Flying-fox camps throughout Dungog Shire, Council is calling on all residents to have their say on these ‘Little Aussie Battlers’, particularly in relation to the camps at Gresford, Dungog and Clarence Town.
Dungog's main street has received a major upgrade over the past 12 months, with the recent works at the Mackay Street intersection paving the way for greater sustainability in future capital works.
Dungog Shire Council had an exciting win this week, receiving third prize in the Statewide Mutual Annual Roadshow competition, which encouraged local government organisations to explore the opportunities provided by drone technology.
Expressions of Interest are called for the position of groundkeeper at the Dungog Showground.
The successful applicant will have an ABN and all relevant insurances and will be responsible for:
Ever wondered who is responsible for keeping Crown reserves operating?
Countless facilities like showgrounds, local halls and parks are run by Statutory Land Manager Boards, made up of people just like you. People who understand the need and have a desire to manage public land and assets for the benefit of the entire community.
Council wishes to advise that Lord Street will be closed between the Mackay Street intersection and the Hooke Street intersection from 10.15am to 11.30am on Wednesday 11 November 2020 for the RSL Remembrance Day Service.
The picture-perfect weather over the long weekend had locals and holidaymakers flocking to our local facilities, shops, cafes and restaurants - a happy sight after such a tough year for small business.