General Manager’s Comment IP&R Review 2022:
A $42M capital works program is proposed for 2022-2023, as outlined in the Draft Operational Plan 2022-2023.
I’m pleased to share with you that at our Ordinary Meeting held this week, council resolved to increase its road maintenance funding by $250,000 in the current financial year, to deliver a blitz on the growing list of road defects and safety concerns, following this year’s extreme weather events.
Dungog Shire Council meets on the third Wednesday of every month from February – November, and on the second Wednesday of December.
Meeting agendas, minutes and an audio recording can be found on council’s website.
Dungog Shire Council has resolved to increase its road maintenance funding by $250,000 in the current financial year, to deliver a blitz on the growing list of road defects and safety concerns, following this year’s extreme weather events.
Commencing next Friday 20 May, I am once again hosting Meet the Mayor sessions at various locations around our shire.
These sessions are an opportunity for all residents and business owners in Dungog Shire to speak with me one-on-one to about the issues that matter most to you.
Looking for the chance to meet our Mayor of Dungog Shire, John Connors, and chat about the issues that matter most?
This month, we're hosting a number of 'Meet the Mayor' sessions in venues across the shire:
Friday 20 May 2022, Clarence Town Cafe, from 4-6pm.
Earlier this week, the General Manager and I met with independent candidate for Lyne, Steve Attkins.
Further to the update provided last week on council’s agreement with the Rob Jeffress Group (Private Property Pty Ltd), to provide further camping and caravan accommodation options in Dungog Shire, I bring you further details on this important tourism opportunity for our shire.