Jul 14 2017

Two significant documents which will guide the workings of the Goulburn Mulwaree Council are now on public exhibition at the council chambers.

 

There has been a review of the Section 64 Development Servicing Plans into three documents.

 

These detail the water, sewerage and stormwater developer charges which are levied on developments.

 

The second document is the draft Heritage Study which encompasses the many folios which council has used so far.

 

Submissions on both documents to Goulburn Mulwaree council close on August 11th.

 
Jul 14 2017

Both Goulburn police and local council officers will target school crossings and parking as Term three for schools starts next week.

 

Goulburn Mulwaree council rangers will be patrolling school zones in the first weeks of students returning to ensure that pedestrians and traffic are adhering to the rules.

 

The campaign is being led by Road Safety Officer, Tracey Norberg and she is encouraging motorists to observe the meaning of the orange flags at crossings.

 

She says cars cannot stop on or within 20 metres before or 10 metres after a childrens' crossing.

 

The council campaign will be supported by local police. 

 
Jul 13 2017

Goulburn has been chosen as the site for the launch of a Nature Conservation Council of NSW report on climate change.

 

The report, HOT, DRY and DEADLY: Impacts of climate change on nature in NSW will be released at a function at the Goulburn Workers Club next Thursday, July 20th.

 

It draws together the latest research, highlighting the harm that global warming is doing across the state.

 

Council Campaigns Director, Daisy Barham says species and ecosystems in NSW have suffered many blows in the past 200 years.

 

These included land clearing, invasive species and changing fire regimes which have all produced a terrible toll.

 
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