For any residents who might be wondering where their annual rates notice is, I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you about the additional support council has resolved to provide to all ratepayers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you to everyone who tuned into our livestreamed council meeting once again this month. We successfully streamed this meeting to enable as many of you as possible to be a part of the important council decision making processes.
As part of the current road reconstruction works in Dowling Street, Dungog Council has engaged Downer Group to undertake asphalting works at the intersection of Dowling Street and Mackay Street.
Recently, I was involved with a number of Drop-In sessions to speak with members of our community about future land use planning for our shire.
This was a great opportunity for me to talk directly with residents about your aspirations and priorities for the future of our region.
DUNGOG AND CLARENCE TOWN POOLS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
It’s shaping up to be a fresh new season at Dungog and Clarence Town Pools this summer!
LAST CHANCE TO DROP IN FOR DUNGOG'S FUTURE
Following a busy week of Drop-In Sessions across the Shire, we will be holding our final Drop-In Session for residents to have their say on the Rural Lands Strategy, while the Policy Directions Paper is still on public exhibition.
Council’s Works Crews have been very busy with a range of infrastructure projects across the Shire; however, the recent wet weather has caused delays in some areas.
Please see below for an update of some current and upcoming infrastructure works:
DROP IN TO HELP DECIDE DUNGOG'S FUTURE
You’ve been hearing a lot about our Rural Lands Strategy lately, and that’s because it’s such an important document that will help to guide future land use across our LGA.
Dungog and its surrounding regions experienced a drenching this past week, which caused some havoc on our roads and delayed works on several infrastructure projects around the Shire.