There is a wealth of infrastructure projects currently underway around our shire, with many more planned to commence in 2021.
Council welcomed the news this week that we will receive $100,000 under Phase 2, Stream 1 of the Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund (BCRRF).
This funding enables short-term projects for socially impacted local government areas such as Dungog, which were disaster-declared during the 2019-20 bushfires.
Dungog Shire Council will receive $100,000 under Phase 2, Stream 1 of the Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund (BCRRF).
Stream 1 BCRFF funding enables short-term projects for high and moderate socially impacted local government areas that were disaster-declared during the 2019-20 bushfires.
This week’s livestreamed council meeting was again a great success. Thanks to all of you who tuned in to hear about the decisions being made for our shire.
DUNGOG SHIRE COUNCIL MEETING - Wednesday 18 November 2020, 6pm
Please find following a selection of highlights from last night’s meeting:
8.1 MAYORAL MINUTE - BOER WAR MEMORIAL ALEXANDER EAGLETON GATES
Dungog Shire Council has recently applied for $18.7M to replace 24 deteriorating timber bridges across the shire, under the NSW Government’s Fixing Country Bridges program.
Dungog Shire Council is seeking the immediate release of State and Federal funding to enable the progression of critical infrastructure projects in the Dungog Shire.
Dungog Shire Council has updated its meeting procedures to minimise the amount of people in the Council Chambers, in line with COVID-19 regulations. Several councillors participated via video link to adhere to these restrictions.
Having adopted an updated Plan of Management for Dungog Showground earlier this year, council is celebrating this week following official advice from Crown Lands regarding the approval of this Plan.
Council is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI's) for the construction and operation of a Caravan Park and Camping Ground within the town of Dungog.