Nov 24 2017

An announcement has been made concerning changes to policing in regional NSW.

 

A new policing model has been announced Police Commissioner, Mick Fuller and Deputy Commissioner of Regional Field operations, Gary Worboys.

 

The current 34 Local Area Commands in regional NSW will be replaced by 26 Police districts and it will mean some changes to the Hume command.

 

The new Hume Police District will be a consolidation of the Hume LAC and the northern sectors of the Cootamundra LAC.

 

Police districts will have a District Superintendent with varying spans of control and will incorporate an 'Officer-in-Charge' model for each of its police stations.

 

Deputy Commissioner Worboys says regional and rural communities want to know who their local police are and importantly who is in charge of their police station. 

Nov 17 2017

Residents of the Upper Lachlan Shire are being given the opportunity to become more deeply involved in tourism.

 

The annual general meeting of the Tourist Association will be held on Tuesday December 5th at the Crookwell Visitors Information Centre.

 

Tourism manager, Andrew Warren says the association committee meets bi-monthly with its primary purpose being to guide council decisions on tourism policy.

 

Mr Warren says shire residents who want to be considered for committee appointment should express their desire, skills and experience in writing by Friday, December first. 

 

Applications should be addressed to the Tourism manager, P.O. Box 303, Crookwell  or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Nov 17 2017

A development plan for the village of Tarago has been formulated and presented to Goulburn Mulwaree Council for consideration.

 

Drawn up by Goulburn Mulwaree General manger, Warrick Bennett, the plan draws attention to the opportunities which exist in Tarago.

 

These include the strong sense of community and the commuting distance to Canberra and Goulburn.

 

Another report will come back to council after further consultation with the Tarago community.

 

Mr Bennett says it is important to get things right because a budget has to be prepared.

 
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