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Council News CITY OF WAGGA WAGGA

FIRST PRINTED SATURDAY 19 MAY 2018

Issue No: 195

Weekly information from us to you visitwagga.com/lostlanes

WINTER WONDERLAND: (From left) Thirsty Crow Craig Wealands, Council’s Visitor Economy and Events Coordinator Fiona Hamilton, Cadell Place’s Millie Allen and Knights Meats & Deli’s Deanna McNaughton announce the Lost Lanes micro-festival.

Laneway to come to life in winter A new micro-festival is shining a light on a forgotten part of the city and giving you a reason to celebrate, rather than hibernate, this winter. Cadell Place, located behind Fitzmaurice Street, will be transformed on Saturday 23 June with a series of four murals on local businesses to be unveiled, along with live music, entertainment, food stalls and more. Lost Lanes will feature music from local musicians Cello Riot and Phoebe & Steve, as well as other entertainment and winterthemed food and beverage offerings from Cave BBQ, Haran’s Patisserie, Knights Meats & Deli, CSU Wines, Thirsty Crow, Coolamon

WAGGA TOURISM PARTNER

Cheese and Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory. “Lost Lanes is about getting out and discovering everything our city and region has to offer year-round,” Wagga Wagga City Council’s Visitor Economy and Events Coordinator Fiona Hamilton said. “Cadell Place will be transformed with warm open fires, roving entertainers and free live music and there will be no need to stay at home in front of the heater, with plenty of good food matched with a mulled wine or a hot chocolate to warm you up.” Keeping warm certainly won’t be a problem at the Thirsty Crow, who will also be holding their annual Fire in the Hole competition on the night. Head Brewer Craig Wealands said after seeing the success of Fitz Live, Thirsty Crow

was excited to be involved with Lost Lanes. “When I first heard about the Lost Lanes concept I was fully on board,” he said. “Wagga’s four seasons are so diverse and in winter we should definitely celebrate it rather than hibernate for three months. “I’m looking forward to rugging up and checking out the new murals, listening to local live music and eating my fair share of food and, of course, beers.” Matthew Thompson (Thirsty Crow), Keo Match (Knights Meats), Reuben Broughtwood (Cadell Place) and Ignacio Querejeta (Prince of Wales) were selected by the local businesses to create the murals along their rear walls following an expression of interest process earlier this year. “A long-lasting impact of Lost Lanes will

be four murals on Cadell Place that can be seen while you walk along the Wiradjuri Walking Track, adding to the vibrancy of the Fitzmaurice Street precinct which we hope will contribute toward deterring graffiti,” Ms Hamilton said. “Lost Lanes is another great example of what can be achieved through Council and local businesses working closely through our Tourism Partner Program.” Businesses and other organisations can sign up for the Wagga Tourism Partner Program at any time during the year, but to be included in the 2018/19 Visitor Guide they will need to join by 13 June. More information and a copy of the program prospectus can be found at visitwagga.com/partners, or head to visitwagga.com/lostlanes to find out more about Lost Lanes.

NOW OPEN WAGGA TOURISM PARTNER PROGRAM 2018-19 LET’S WORK TOGETHER TO BUILD TOURISM AND BOOST VISITATION TO OUR REGION! VISITWAGGA.COM/PARTNERS


M A K ING THE S WITCH TO IMPROV E D S TRE E T LIGHTING At Monday night’s Council monthly meeting it was resolved to give in-principle support to Riverina Eastern Regional Organisation of Councils (REROC) to continue to negotiate the development of the Southern Lights Project. The initiative aims to replace approximately 70,000 street lights with state-of-the-art LED lighting and smart control technologies across 40 local government areas covering a large portion of southern NSW. Similar projects that have been carried out in recent years in regional Victoria and northern NSW have demonstrated significant benefits. Manager Environment and City Compliance Mark Gardiner said the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area has 7000 street lights. “There’s no doubt changing to LED street lighting would provide a number of benefits including significant reduction in energy consumption, reduced carbon emissions, reduced maintenance costs and provide better quality lighting,” he said. “Similar projects that have been carried out in recent years in Victoria and northern NSW have demonstrated significant benefits.” Southern Lights Project partners include REROC, Riverina and Murray Regional Organisation of Councils, Central NSW Councils and Canberra Region Joint Organisation.

sunday 20 may 2018

free

tip day!

free entry - sunday 20 may 2018 Wagga Wagga City Council are pleased to advise that the next FREE ENTRY to Gregadoo Waste Management Centre will be held on Sunday 20

LIFT OFF: Ranger Ken Astrup loads a large dog into the new K9 Kube hydraulic transport cage.

New hydraulic transport cages a safety boost for Rangers and dogs Wagga Wagga City Council Rangers have hailed Council’s investment into two new vehicles fitted with hydraulic transport cages saying they are a positive step towards minimising animal stress and improving work health and safety. City Compliance Coordinator Brett Burt said the Australian-made K9 Kube hydraulic transport cages, have been used to transport 54 dogs in a five-week period by Council Rangers. “Some of the heaviest dogs were a mastiff who weighed more than 70kg and a very overweight Labrador of about the same weight. “Manually lifting and/or unloading

these sometimes struggling dogs can be dangerous to the Rangers and increases the likelihood of injuries considerably.” “With safety in mind, one ranger of any size or shape, can lift a dog – from Jack Russells to English mastiffs – single handily, with nearly zero chance of being bitten or sustaining musculo-skeletal injury. “The Kube has other advantages in that it reduces the total time needed to remove, transport and unload the animal, and only one staff member is needed to operate it. “In the past, animals were lifted manually, usually by one ranger, leaving the ranger open to being injured and stressing the

OASIS WORKS COMPLE TE

May 2018.

Residents can dispose of general domestic waste including garden rubbish, mixed recyclables and general household waste free of charge. Please note: special wastes such as tyres, builders waste, refrigerative items, mattresses and gas bottles are not included in the free disposal day and will be charged as per normal fees and charges. Free disposal is limited to cars, vans, utes and single axle trailers only.

Don’t forget, polystyrene, televisions and computers are accepted free of charge everyday! Gregadoo Waste Management Centre OPENING HOURS

7am – 4.30pm

Further INFORMATION For more information call us on 1300 292 442 or visit our website for full list of fees and charges.

www.wagga.nsw.gov.au

Share your thoughts on Dunns Road Drop-in sessions

• Monday 21 May, 12.30pm to 1.30pm: Petitioners for closing Dunns Road (Council Meeting Room, cnr Baylis and Morrow streets) • Monday 21 May, 6pm to 7pm: Petitioners for sealing Dunns Road (Uranquinty Community Hall, Baker Street) • Tuesday 22 May, 12.30pm to 1.30pm: General public (Council Meeting Room, cnr Baylis and Morrow streets) Can't make a meeting? Have your say online at www.waggaview.com.au from Monday 14 May to Wednesday 23 May

animal. Using the hydraulic Kube removes the likelihood of a stressed dog biting a ranger or injuring itself trying to jump out of the old cage. We have found the whole process less stressful for the animals.” The Kube features a cage which is lifted off the back of the vehicle with a remote control-operated hydraulic lift. Once it is lowered to the ground the dog can easily move in to the ventilated cage which measures 1140cm high, 1400cm long and 1390cm wide. K9 Kubes were manufactured by a Swan Hill firm who has supplied nearly a hundred units to local councils across Australia.

MAINTENANCE: One of the empty pools during the resealing works.

All indoor pools are now open after six weeks of maintenance works at the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre. Oasis Centre Manager Maurice Eames said the program pool, 25m pool, leisure pool/round pool and the two toddler pools were each closed and emptied at alternate times while expansion joints were replaced and repaired. “Maintenance on the expansion joints is required every 10 years and it is done

to ensure that the pools do not leak and also to minimise the risk of injury to pool users,” he said. “The works went smoothly and were completed as scheduled; all the pools are now open and fully operational for the cooler winter months ahead. “The 50m outdoor pool remained open until the end of last week (11 May) and many people took advantage of the warm autumn weather for a late season swim.”

National Sorry Day Ceremony 25 May 2018 | 10.30am – 12.30pm

Wollundry lagoon, near Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre Councillor Greg Conkey OAM, Mayor of Wagga Wagga, and Aunty Isabel Reid, Wiradjuri Elder, would like to invite all community members to be present for the unveiling of the Sorry Day Rock to acknowledge and pay respects to the Stolen Generations. After the ceremony, all attendees are invited to join both the Mayor and Aunty Isabel for a morning tea on the upper balcony of the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre. RSVP to Kristin Quirk on 6926 9304

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RECONCILIATION MONUMENT TO BE UNVEILED AT SORRY DAY

To mark this year’s National Sorry Day, Wiradjuri Elder, Aunty Isabel Reid and Wagga Wagga City Council will unveil a unique monument to acknowledge and pay respect to those impacted by forced removal policies. The monument – a large rock cradling a commemorative plaque – will be unveiled on Friday 25 May at the Wollundry Lagoon.

National Sorry Day is held annually on 26 May to remember the historical mistreatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The day provides a chance for people to come together in the healing process for the Stolen Generations who were forcibly removed from their family and communities. “National Sorry Day is a time to pay respect to and remember all those who have been impacted

by government policies of forcible removal that have resulted in the Stolen Generations,” Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Greg Conkey OAM said. “Today many of these stolen generations live in our community, now as our Elders. As a testament to their strength and their stories, the community is invited to join me in the unveiling of the Sorry Day Rock, which has been put

in place to honour and recognise this history in our city and our country. “On behalf of Wagga Wagga City Council I hope through acknowledging National Sorry Day each year together, we aide healing and emotional wellbeing for individuals, families and communities across the country,” he said. A highly regarded local Wiradjuri Elder, Aunty Isabel Reid is the chair of

the Cootamundra Girls Home Corporation and has worked tirelessly to progress the recommendations of the “Bringing Them Home Report” that was tabled in Federal Parliament on 26 May 1997. Held annually since 1998, National Sorry Day was born out of a key recommendation made by the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families in the

report. Members of the public are invited to attend the ceremony on 25 May from 10.30am at Wolllundry Lagoon. After the official ceremony, all attendees are invited to join both Aunty Isabel and the Mayor for a morning tea on the upper balcony of the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre. To assist with catering, please RSVP to Kristin Quirk on 6926 9304.

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PAVING THE WAY: More than 2000 tonnes of asphalt has been laid at Urana Street, with works to be complete by 22 May.

U R A N A S T R E E T W O R K S U P DAT E

The Urana Street road rehabilitation is scheduled to be complete by Tuesday 22 May, with the laying of the top wearing course of asphalt starting on Friday 18 May. More than 2000 tonnes of asphalt has been laid so far with crews working through

about 230m of road each shift. The new road will be have about 200mm of asphalt, with two lower structural layers of asphalt and the top wearing course. Urana Street will remain closed between Bourke and Mitchelmore streets during

business hours until the end of works on 22 May. Temporary traffic control measures will remain in place on Blamey Street at the Turvey Park School during school zone hours. wagga.nsw.gov.au/roads

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON DUNNS ROAD Community members can share their thoughts on the long-term future of Dunns Road at drop-in sessions next week or online until 23 May. In the lead up to the 2016 federal election, it was announced Council would receive a $2.5M grant for Dunns Road, to be matched by Council. At the September 2017 Council Meeting, it was resolved to engage a consultant to determine the scope and cost of works required to upgrade Dunns Road, as initial costings found the project

WHAT’S

ON WAGGA WAGGA + SURROUNDS

THIS WEEK:

WE WILL ROCK YOU - MATER DEI CATHOLIC COLLEGE

Sat 19 & Thur 24, Fri 25 May, 7.30pm Civic Theatre, Burns Way. civictheatre.com.au

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL

Sat 19 & Sun 20 May, 12.30pm Forum 6 Cinemas, 77 Trail Street. www.aiaf.info

FOOD I AM COOKING CLASS: PESERVING & PICKLING WITH CORNERSMITH’S

ALEX ELLIOTTHOWERY

Sat 19 May, 9.30am-12.30pm Food I Am, 29 Kunzea Place. Ph: 0427 250 498

may exceed the $5M budget. The independent consultants will be in Wagga Wagga on Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 May for a series of community sessions. The feedback will be compiled with the technical information and costings before being presented to Council at a coming meeting. For more information on the community sessions or to share your thoughts online, visit waggaview.com.au. BEGINNER CLASSES

Sat 19 May, 1pm – 5pm ARCC Hall, 131 Tarcutta St. Ph: 6922 4356

RIVERINA CONSERVATORIUM WILLIANS HILL OF MUSIC: RCM MINIATURE RAILWAY RISING STARS

MADRIGALS & MORE Sun 20 May, 10.30am – 4pm IN MAY Sat 19 May, 7pm & Sun 20 May, 3pm Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Morrow St. Ph: 6926 9688

Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, MacLeay St. 0412 439 455

Sat 19 May, 11am – 2pm Botanic Gardens, Family Day Care playground, MacLeay St. Ph: 6921 7544

Sun 20 May – Sat 26 May, from 8.30am Mt Austin Primary School Hall, cnr McKell Ave & Bourke St. Ph: 6926 4901

NATIONAL FAMILIES WEEK, FAMILY FUN DAY

TARCUTTA MARKETS

Sat 19 May, 8am – 2pm Tarcutta Soldiers Memorial Hall, Sydney St, Tarcutta. Ph: 0477 472 154

STAMP & COIN FAIR

Sat 19 May, 9am – 5pm Sun 20 May 9am – 3pm Sturt Public School Hall, White Ave. Ph: 6922 3393

WAGGA BONSAI SOCIETY INC. –

Fitzmaurice St. Ph: 0402 199 347

TAKE 5 BAND COMPASSION FUNDRAISING CONCERT

SKEET NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sun 20 May – Sat 26 May, 8am – 1pm National Shooting Ground, 72 Tasman Rd. Ph: 0421 377 379

LIVE IN CONVERSATION WITH LISA MESSENGER

Wed 23 May, 6.30pm Romano’s Hotel, 81

Thu 24 May, 1.10pm Wagga Wagga Baptist Church, 156 Tarcutta St. Ph: 6925 3522

ADFAS LECTUREMONA LISA-THE WOMAN WHO ATE HER HUSBAND- THE ART OF LEONARDO DA VINICI Fri 25 May, 6pm for 6.30pm Civic Centre Precinct, Council Meeting Room, Baylis Street. Ph: 0438 875 647

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For support in organising your event, contact Council’s events unit at events@wagga.nsw.gov. au or 1300 292 442 Mon to Fri. To promote your event or for a full list of events call 1300 100 122. visitwagga.com

Introducing Twirl, our pet of the week. Twirl is a playful young lady who loves having a big run and just enjoys being with people. She is a younger dog who needs good fencing and would benefit from some

training to make her the perfectly behaved dog once she’s all grown up. Twirl is available for adoption for $313, which includes desexing, vaccinations, microchipping, lifetime registration, worming

and a vet check. You can meet Twirl and all her friends at Glenfield Road Animal Shelter, 1pm to 4.15pm, Monday through Saturday. Contact the shelter on 6971 4651.

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vacancies TEMPORARY BUSINESS SUPPORT OFFICER 12 Month Term Contract Remuneration: Minimum $1,993.00 gpf + super Enquiries: Caroline Angel or Maree Ingram - 1300 292 442 Closing Date: Friday, 25 May 2018 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFFICER Remuneration: Minimum $1,253.80 gpf + super Enquiries: Brian Favell - 02 6926 9270 Closing Date: Friday, 1 June 2018 TEMPORARY PROJECT COORDINATOR Remuneration: Minimum $1,993.00 gpf + super Enquiries: Caroline Angel - 02 6926 9400 Closing Date: Friday, 8 June 2018 GALLERY TECHNICAL OFFICER Permanent Part Time - 3 days per week Remuneration: Minimum $1,101.39 gpf + super Enquiries: Stephen Payne - 02 6926 9660 Closing Date: Monday, 11 June 2018 GALLERY OFFICER, DIGITAL & PROGRAMS Permanent Part Time - 2 days per week Remuneration: Minimum $734.26 gpf + super Enquiries: Stephen Payne - 02 6926 9660 Closing Date: Monday, 11 June 2018 ART GALLERY DIRECTOR Remuneration: Minimum $3,149.92 gpf + super Enquiries: Madeleine Scully - 02 6926 9350 Closing Date: Monday, 18 June 2018

To view this opportunity and apply, visit wagga.nsw.gov.au/jobs Wagga Wagga City Council is an EEO employer Values - Part of everything we do: Trust • Respect • Innovation • Teamwork

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COUNCILLOR COLUMN

councillor.pascoe@wagga.nsw.gov.au | 0408 692 306

forward together workbook and a dropin shop front”. The result of all of Council recently this consultation was released its Active Travel Plan (ATP) which a plan that showed the very logical and focuses on cycling cost-effective use of routes in and around the abandoned rail the city. The plan corridor between as it was promoted Kooringal Road and is an exciting Forest Hill. Council opportunity for has unfortunately cycling infrastructure been given the clear to be upgraded message that the and expanded and funding for the project the efforts of Daryl is available on terms Maguire MP and that the rail corridor Council staff deserve is not used for cycle congratulations for access to Forest Hill. their efforts to attract This restriction has the funding. seen the most recent As Council’s draft plan proposing promotional that the cycleway to material states, Forest Hill from the “an extensive and city wandering down robust engagement a route which is longer process informed the and actually takes development of the ATP. This engagement cyclists away from the city before bringing process fed into them back. This is the development all to avoid using of Wagga Wagga Integrated Transported the abandoned rail corridor. Strategy and It is hard to involved internal fathom the logic of meetings, online interactive mapping, a precluding the use of the abandoned rail stakeholder visioning corridor. It provides the workshop, speak out cheapest, most direct session, stakeholder and more importantly, meetings, moving

Public Notices

the safest route to Forest Hill. Anyone who has cycled along Inglewood Road can tell you of the danger the conflict with road traffic presents. We need good cycling infrastructure and in the future we will be judged by the decisions we make now. There are thousands of people in Wagga Wagga who support the use of the abandoned rail corridor to get us to Forest Hill. We all need to remember that the old rail corridor is a community asset and the cycleways are similarly, a public asset. Somehow, the use of the old rail corridor for our cycleway project has been entwined with the much larger issue of rail trails. Our active travel initiative has nothing to do with rail trail projects. As a community we are about to rob ourselves of the best outcome for our city simply because it seems that there are some people being given a disproportionate voice

Wagga Wagga City Council, Cnr Baylis & Morrow Sts, Wagga Wagga, during the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excluded) within the above exhibition EXHIBITION OF period. The draft Policy can also DRAFT POLICY – POL be accessed from Council’s website at www.wagga.nsw.gov. 117 APPOINTMENT au/public. OF ORGANISATION Submission Procedure: Persons COMMUNITY AND wishing to make a submission INDIVIDUAL CITIZEN in relation to the revised Policy MEMBERS TO COUNCIL should do so prior to the COMMITTEES POLICY close of the exhibition period. Submissions should be in Council hereby gives public writing and may be delivered to notice of the exhibition of its Draft POL 117 Appointment of Wagga Wagga City Council or mailed to the General Manager, Organisation Community and Wagga Wagga City Council, PO Individual Citizen Members to Council Committees Policy. The Box 20, Wagga Wagga, NSW draft Policy will be on exhibition 2650 or emailed to council@ from 15 May 2018 until Monday, wagga.nsw.gov.au. 25 June 2018. Council invites Persons making written public submissions on the submissions regarding the draft Policy, to be lodged above Policy are advised that within the exhibition period. any submission received within Inspection Venue: The draft the submission period will be Policy is available for review at

EXHIBITION OF DRAFT COMMERICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT FEES 2018/2019

Council hereby gives public notice of the exhibition of its Draft Commercial waste management fees for 2018/2019. These draft fees and charges will be on exhibition from 16 May 2018 for a period of 28 days, until 12 June 2018. Council invites public submissions on the draft fees and

charges, to be lodged within the exhibition period. Inspection Venue: These draft fees and charges are available for review at Wagga Wagga City Council, Cnr Baylis & Morrow Sts, Wagga Wagga, during the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excluded) within the above exhibition period. The draft Policy can also be accessed from Council’s website at www.wagga.nsw.gov. au/public. Submission Procedure: Persons

Contact us p 1300 292 442 e council@wagga.nsw.gov.au w www.wagga.nsw.gov.au a Civic Centre Cnr Baylis & Morrow Sts PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

to prevent what should be a common sense decision. Take the time to have a look at the path to and from Forest Hill offered by the old rail corridor and the longer path being proposed along roads which will take you away from the city before bringing you back. One is good. One is not. I should point out that I have been a long time supporter of rail trail projects and I am currently on the board of the Riverina Highland Rail Trails. It is with this experience that I can say that the Wagga Active Travel Plan is an initiative to promote cycling and active travel in our city. It is not a rail trail and the real possibility that we will end up with a poor cycleway to Forest Hill due to the confusion of a few people is disappointing to say the least.

Councillor Kerry Pascoe

subject to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act (PIPPA) and may be attached to the final report, in its entirety or in part, to Council unless explicitly requested by the person making the submission that they do not wish this to occur. Any questions relating to the Policy document may be referred to Nicole Johnson on 1300 292 442.

INFORMATION SESSION – AMENDMENT TO THE WAGGA WAGGA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN: CHAPTER 5 – NATURAL RESOURCE AND LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT Wagga Wagga City Council would like to invite you to

wishing to make a submission in relation to the draft fees and charges should do so prior to the close of the exhibition period. Submissions should be in writing and may be delivered to Wagga Wagga City Council or mailed to the General Manager, Wagga Wagga City Council, PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650 or emailed to council@ wagga.nsw.gov. au. Persons making written submissions regarding the above are advised that any submission received within the submission

period will be subject to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act (PIPPA) and may be attached to the final report, in its entirety or in part, to Council unless explicitly requested by the person making the submission that they do not wish this to occur. Any questions relating to the draft fees and charges may be referred to Council’s Senior Financial Accountant on 1300 292 442.

PATH WAY PA R TN E R S H I P AT M US E U M

Wagga Wagga City Council’s Museum of the Riverina and local TAFE NSW students are both beneficiaries of a pathway improvement project underway at the museum’s Botanic Gardens site. The collaborative project involves the construction of a concrete path at the Botanic Garden’s site by seven TAFE NSW students undertaking the Certificate II in Construction Pathways. Museum Manager Luke Grealy said the new concrete path replaces a well-worn track from the museum front door to a newly installed gate which provides convenient access to the miniature railway’s museum station in the Botanic Gardens. “The gate installed recently by the Society of Model Engineers complements the new all-weather path

attend the information session on the proposed Development Control Plan Amendment to Chapter 5 that was recently exhibited. The purpose of the session is to provide interested parties an opportunity to seek further information on the proposed changes to the Development Control Plan. The session will be a drop in session providing opportunities to have one on one discussion with staff to discuss the proposed changes. You may drop in to the information session anytime between 9am and 11am on Monday 28 May 2018 at the Wagga Wagga Council Committee meeting room located at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre. To RSVP please email council@ wagga.nsw.gov.au by 25 May 2018 with your name and/or the names of those that will be

and halves the length of the walk from station to the museum; it’s a substantial time saving for visitors who wish to combine a ride on the miniature train with a visit to the museum.” “Wagga Wagga City Council’s Museum of the Riverina is funding the materials and provided some heavy construction equipment while the seven TAFE NSW students are building the path as part of their course, which provides them with experience working at a significant public institution.” TAFE NSW students benefit from the project through the opportunity to learn new skills and build their confidence in applying their skills to real life projects. Several students in the course have already secured employment with local businesses.

attending. Submissions on the proposed amendment have been extended. Any interested person or organisation wishing to make a written submission in relation to the draft amendment should do so by Friday 1 June 2018. Submissions may be delivered to the Council Chambers or mailed to The General Manager, Wagga Wagga City Council, PO Box 20, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 or emailed to council@wagga.nsw. gov.au

TEMPORARY CLOSURE - WIRADJURI WALKING TRACK Notice is hereby given of the temporary closing of the Wiradjuri Walking Track between Wiradjuri Reserve and the Murrumbidya Wetland Duration: 21 May 2018 to 18 June 2018. Signs in place to advise users.

Reason: Pedestrian bridge replacement

PROPOSED TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE – COORAMIN STREET WEST

Notice is hereby given under Roads Act 1993 Part 8 Division 4 of the temporary closing of: Road: Cooramin Street West, Cartwright’s Hill Duration: 17/05/2018 to 29/06/2018 – Monday to Friday from 7am to 5pm Reason: To allow for reconstruction, widening and sealing of the western side of Cooramin Street. Detour: Fuller Street and Hampden Street, both lanes will be closed for the duration of works. Open after 5pm and weekends.

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Council News #195 - 19 May 2018  
Council News #195 - 19 May 2018