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COWRA COUNCIL

NOTICEBOARD BUSINESS CHAMBER TRUMPS REGIONAL AWARDS Cowra’s dynamic Business Chamber recently won first place at the 2018 Western NSW Regional Business Awards Gala Dinner attended by 200 guests at Bathurst. Supported by Cowra Council, the nomination was for best Local Chamber of Commerce with Cowra beating Bathurst and Mudgee for the regional prize. Cowra Business Chamber will now compete for the State’s top honour at the NSW

Business Chamber State Business Awards to be announced at Luna Park, Sydney in November. Other Cowra finalists in the Regional Awards included Alicia Ball from The Salon Collective nominated for Outstanding Young Entrepreneur; Anne Marie Crasti from Verto for Outstanding Business Leader; Cowra Motor Inn and The Salon Collective for Excellence in Small Business; and Cowra Motor Inn for Excellence in Innovation.

Regional win! Cowra’s Business Chamber representatives at the 2018 Western NSW Regional Business Awards Dinner, from left, Anne Marie Crasti, Kim Jones, Nicky Savage, Robyn Roberts, Jordan Core, and Mark Crow.

COUNCIL AT WORK —FINISHING YOUNG ROAD WORKS Council Roads Maintenance crews are completing major recycling and reshaping work on approximately two kilometres of the Young Road from Fishburn Street to the truck stop area of the highway. Working as contractors for Roads and Maritime Services, the work has included repairing, resurfacing, and lime-stabilising a

two-kilometre section of the paved area of the Olympic Highway with the work costing approximately $750,000. The final paving phase of the work is likely to be completed on-time due to few delays to the project. Council also offers acknowledgement and thanks for the cooperation of local motorists and businesses operating under traffic control throughout the works.

May 18, 2018

Expressions of Interest — Review of the Fraud Control Framework Cowra Council is requesting quotations from suitably-qualified parties to review Council’s fraud control framework to ensure that appropriate policies, procedures and systems are in place and, where they are not, to recommend an appropriate improvement plan. For further information and a detailed listing of requirements, contact Lee Redgrave on (02) 6340 2006 or: lredgrave@cowra.nsw.gov.au EOI are to be received no later than 5pm on Friday, 15 June 2018.

Have your say on Council’s long-term planning Cowra Council’s Draft Delivery Program 2017/2018 to 2020/2021 and Operational Plan 2018/2019, including the Long Term Financial Plan 2018/2019 to 2027/2028 are now on public exhibition and Council is inviting public comment until Friday,15 June 2018. Copies are on public display in the foyer of Cowra Shire Council, 116 Kendal Street Cowra during office hours. Copies are also available for viewing at the Cowra Saleyards, Cowra Library, Materials Recycling Facility and Council’s Depot. All submissions regarding the Draft Delivery Program and Operational Plan must be made in writing to the General Manager, Cowra Shire Council, Private Bag 342, Cowra 2794 or via email to council@cowra.nsw.gov.au by 4pm, Friday, 15 June 2018.

Notification For Baiting Cowra Council is undertaking a rabbit baiting program at the Cowra Prisoner of War Camp Site. The baiting will be completed by Friday 29 June 2018. Please be aware that Pindone will be used in this area.

BOOK NOW! Cowra Council’s 100th World War I Anniversary coach trip to the Australian War Memorial, Canberra Wednesday, May 30 $10 a ticket, morning tea included. Buy tickets from Cowra Council, 116 Kendal St.

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Cowra Shire Council Private Bag 342 Cowra NSW 2794 116 Kendal Street, Cowra, NSW 2794 Email: council@cowra.nsw.gov.au

Noticeboard 18 May 18  
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