At its February meeting, council received an update regarding economic development activities across the shire for the final quarter of 2021.
Following the NSW Local Government Elections held in December last year, councils around NSW have entered a new phase of planning and reporting, as newly-elected councils work to shape their community’s future in the years ahead.
This week we held our February Council Meeting, with a packed agenda reporting everything that’s happening around our shire.
In progressing the next stage of its Economic Development Plan, Dungog Shire Council has appointed the following council representatives and community stakeholders to the provisional Economic Development Plan Advisory Group, which will commence this month and end in June 2022, upon adoption of the Plan:
Dungog Shire Council meets on the third Wednesday of every month from February – November, and on the second Wednesday of December.
- Monday 28 March 2022: Dungog Council Chambers, 4pm - 6pm
Recently I have been speaking with several members in our community about the Rural Lands Strategy (RLS).
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Following the opening of the new Mary Carlton’s bridge in December, work is continuing on the new Bruxner bridge and Archinals bridge under the NSW Government’s Fixing Country Bridges program, with work now also commencing on the replacement of Hopson’s bridge.
This week marked the first meeting of our new council. It was great to see all councillors in attendance and I congratulate Cr Steve Low on his election as Dungog Shire’s Deputy Mayor.