Residents and visitors to Dungog Shire are advised that, due to the evolving COVID-19 situation and in-line with the latest Public Health Orders, a number of restrictions and service changes are now in place throughout the shire.
At an Extraordinary Meeting held this week, council adopted its Draft Operational Plan 2021-2022 and Budget, following a 28-day public exhibition period.
At an Extraordinary Meeting held tonight, Dungog Shire Council has adopted its Draft Operational Plan 2021-2022 and Budget, following a 28-day public exhibition period.
During May, council undertook significant road and infrastructure construction and maintenance works across the shire. These include:
Road and Bridge Construction
At our June council meeting that took place on Wednesday this week, I raised a Mayoral Minute to urgently seek an extension of time for council to provide a quality and informed submission on the State Significant Development (SSD) Application amendment for the Martins Creek Quarry Project.
DUNGOG SHIRE COUNCIL MEETING - Wednesday 16 June 2021, 6pm
Dungog Shire Council meets on the third Wednesday of every month from February – December.
As we brace for some cooler weather this coming long weekend, there has already been snowfall across the Barrington Tops this week, with good snow coverage remaining due to the wintry temperatures we’re currently experiencing.
This time last week, I was attending a General Meeting of the NSW Country Mayor’s Association at Parliament House in Sydney, along with General Manager Gareth Curtis.
A number of significant road and bridge works are currently being undertaken across the shire.
Project updates include:
The results of last weekend’s Upper Hunter by-election sees Dungog Shire with a new local member, with National’s candidate David Layzell winning this hotly-contested seat.