Jun 13 2019

The Goulburn Mulwaree Council is hoping to be able to put its case for the re-classification of some busy roads within its boundaries, as part of a state-wide review.


NSW transport authorities are to conduct the review which will also look at associated asset ownership and management.


The road to Taralga and Highland Way at Marulan are listed as regional roads but council is hoping for state road status.


Goulburn Mulwaree General Manager, Warrick Bennett says there are high traffic counts on other local routes.


Jun 12 2019

Business manager of Planning and Development with Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Stephanie Mowle says she is honoured to have been successful at the Women in Local Government Awards.


Ms Mowle secured the Rural or Regional Council category for a Non-Senior staff member.


She says the flexibility of her workplace has enabled her to show leadership.

Jun 12 2019

Goulburn Mulwaree mayor, Bob Kirk has wholeheartedly welcomed heritage funding from the NSW government.


State member, Wendy Tuckerman has announced $89,000 to local government areas in the south and includes work on the St Clair Villa Museum and Archives Interpretation Plan.


Mayor Kirk says the community puts great value on local heritage and the money from the Heritage Grant Programme would help protect and maintain it.


The money also helps council's Small Grants programme and Heritage Advisor services.


Funding has also gone to Upper Lachlan, Yass Valley, Wingecarribee and Hill Tops councils.

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