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FIRST PRINTED SATURDAY 17 JANUARY 2015
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IN FOCUS: Pulling through the first cable to mark the start of CCTV installation are (from left) Member for Riverina Michael McCormack, Committee 4 Wagga chairperson Judy Galloway, Councillor Yvonne Braid and Wagga Wagga City Council Director Corporate Services Craig Richardson.
CCTV rolls out across Kids invited to draw their best Wagga Wagga’s CBD Three levels of Government and community combine to fund safety project Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) installation is well under way, with Wagga Wagga City Council contractors working their way south from Fitzmaurice Street.
The works began on 6 January with rodding and roping taking place ahead of the first fibre being pulled through on 8 January by Wagga Wagga City Council Director Corporate Services Craig Richardson, Councillor Yvonne Braid, Member for Riverina Michael McCormack and Committee 4 Wagga Chairperson Judy Galloway. Mr Richardson said Council has worked hard in the lead up to ensure the most appropriate system is installed. “This is a purpose-built system and the presence of CCTV can have a deterrent effect on crime
and antisocial behaviour within the CBD, while contributing to a greater sense of safety in the community. “This $1,080,000 project is a combined effort with all three levels of government contributing funding, along with Committee 4 Wagga. “Council has also worked closely with NSW Police to ensure the right system is being installed. “The system is expected to be fully operational by early April 2015.” There will be minimal disruption to businesses along Fitzmaurice Street, Baylis Street and Station Place over the course of the works, and pedestrian access to businesses will be maintained at all times. Safety barriers will also be used along the footpath during the installation to ensure pedestrian safety. To keep up to date with the location of the CCTV works as they progress towards Station Place, visit www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/cctv. It will be updated with each week’s installation schedule and any other relevant information.
WEEK 3 WORKS LOCATIONS • Fitzmaurice Street, and up to and including Wollundry Lagoon bridge WORK • Open excavation and the installation of conduits and pits • Underboring and the installation of conduits • Continued installation of draw wires and pulling of fibre optic cable Pedestrian control measures will be installed with pedestrian diversions a possibility. Traffic control measures are also expected to be installed but not at the expense of reducing available car parking.
Wagga Waggafest organisers are calling on the community’s kids to help make the short film competition’s fifth year the best yet. Waggafest is the perfect platform for people to share their unique stories on what makes Wagga a great city to live, work and play. This year, kids will get the opportunity to have elements of their drawings featured on the Waggafest artwork and promotional material. A Waggafest 2015 “Draw Your Best…” Kids Drawing Studio will be set up on the main stage at Wagga Wagga City Council’s Australia Day celebrations on Sunday 25 January in the Victory Memorial Gardens from 9am to 2pm. Kids will have the opportunity to draw what they think is the best – something they love about Wagga, their favourite animal or anything that inspires them to put pencil to paper. Those drawings will then be incorporated into the Waggafest 2015 promotional material. Since it began in 2011, Waggafest has fostered and cultivated talent from across Wagga and the world. However, festival organisers believe “the best is yet to come” for the festival, which is why Wagga’s kids have been included in the design process. Kids can contribute to the “Draw Your Best…” campaign on the main stage at the Victory Memorial Gardens from 9am to 2pm on 25 January.
More on Wagga Waggafest on page 2.
PUBLIC expressions of interest
Wagga Wagga City Council currently has a vacancy and is recruiting for one (1) new community member to its public art advisory panel. The panel’s role is to provide expert advice and contribute to public art project management from commissioning to the completion and public launch of artworks within the commissioning guidelines.
for further information contact cultural officer Tracie Miller P 1300 292 442 E firstname.lastname@example.org W www.wagga.nsw.gov.au
Applications close 5pm Tuesday 27 January 2015
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WAGGA WORKS Our City's Creative Expression
Excitement is building and the votes are being counted for the Wagga Waggafest 2014 People’s Choice Award. The judges of the Tropfestinspired competition selected Murwillumbah-based Sheraden Robins’ A Wagga Wagga Winter Tale for the Hume Bank Best Film award at last October’s awards night, but now it’s the community’s turn to pick their favourite. The entry that receives the most votes will win $500 and be screened as part of the 2015 Australia Day Movies in the Park celebrations on 25 January. A selection of the best Waggafest entries over the festival’s history will also be shown at Movies in
the Park, along with Happy Feet 2. Each year, Waggafest calls for filmmakers to submit a two to four minute film that tells a unique Wagga story, focusing on a particular theme. The festival has gone from strength to strength and in recent years has been awarded the Best Marketing/Public Relations Campaign at the National Government Communications Awards and the RH Dougherty Award for Excellence in Communications by Local Government NSW. The 2015 competition will be launched later in the year. For more information, visit www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/waggafest.
email@example.com In this holiday period, we should all spare a thought and give thanks to the emergency s e r v i c e s volunteers in our community, including but not limited to the SES and RFS. These volunteers regularly give up their precious time for the benefit of us all. The time that they sacrifice is no more precious than in the holiday season. During this period they are often called upon to put themselves into the path of danger during storms, fire and at accident sites all for the benefit of people who are often unknown to them. To these very special people, I give you all my heartfelt thanks for your sacrifice and all you continue to do within our community. Volunteering is an important part of the community. It is through the efforts of volunteers that our lifestyle and our community are enhanced. Volunteers not only work in emergency services, but also are the mainstay of most sporting and cultural clubs, provide care for those in need, help out in classrooms, undertake mentoring and do many, many other valuable roles, which all improve our lives. As we sit back and contemplate our lives and the community in which we live, I ask that we each think of how we can do a little bit to make both our lives and community better by volunteering in some form in 2015. Finally, as we welcome 2015, I would like to thank my fellow Councillors, the staff of WWCC and all residents of this wonderful city for their support and words of encouragement and advice throughout 2014. I wish you all a safe and happy 2015.
Mayor wagga.nsw.gov.au/waggafest Rod Kendall
Values - Part of everything we do Trust • Respect • Innovation • Teamwork
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YOUR SAY: Will the community agree with the Wagga Waggafest judges and pick Sheraden Robins’ A Wagga Wagga Winter Tale as the best short film from the 2014 festival? The People’s Choice winner will be announced during Australia Day celebrations on 25 January.
Do you have a great vision for Wagga Wagga’s future?
If you are a passionate community member interested in Wagga Wagga’s future, then Council wants to hear from you. The People’s Panel is a new initiative for Council and is set to launch next month. The Panel is an online discussion forum and an opportunity to share your thoughts and discuss big issues with other community members. Individuals or community groups can apply to be on the panel and by taking part can help shape Council policy. Council is initially looking for 50 to 60 people who best represent the diverse and vibrant Wagga community, and any applicants who aren’t selected for the panel will be placed on a waiting list. To apply for The People’s Panel, visit www.wagga.nsw. gov.au/waggaview. Existing Your Say Wagga users can register their interest to join the People’s Panel by logging on to their account and editing their profile. For more information, contact Wagga Wagga City Council’s Community Engagement Officer Lauren Fitzgerald on 1300 292 442.
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C O M M I S S I O N T A R C U T T A A N D F O R S Y T H S T R E E T R O U N D A B O U T Wagga Wagga City Council is inviting concepts from experienced artists for a public artwork to be installed in the Tarcutta and Forsyth Street roundabout.
Humula & district residents are invited to attend a neighbourhood meeting with Councillors & Council staff.
7pm Wednesday 4 February 2015 Humula Citizens Sports Club Council is hosting a neighbourhood meeting to discuss news, events and issues relating to Humula and the broader Local Government Area. Stay for a cuppa after the meeting! Have a question to ask or an issue to raise? Get them in NOW! Contact Lauren Fitzgerald Community Engagement Officer Phone: (02) 6926 9197 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Budget: $15K - $25K (ex. GST) Applications close: Tuesday 27 January 2015 For more information and the project brief head to
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Councillor Column The three big issues to face Wagga Wagga City Council (and for that matter Local Government generally) in the decades ahead will be: water, rubbish and energy. Water is a precious resource and cannot be wasted. We can no longer afford to have all our rubbish go to landfill, and increasing energy bills need to be slashed and hopefully eliminated.
Much has already been done. Some of our waste water is being recycled, along with much of our rubbish, and energy-saving schemes are in place including solar panels on Council’s depot building and at the Livestock Marketing Centre. A cogeneration plant has been installed at the Oasis, which is also reducing the City’s energy
needs. Late last year, Council went a step further. Money from the expected savings from a new energy agreement will be used to fund a renewable energy project, which is likely to be a solar energy farm. Around $300,000 will be spent on such a facility over the next
three years. The need for such a project is obvious. WWCC’s energy bill in 2013/2014 was $2.8m and if nothing is done, this is expected to rise to $4.8m in just five years. My dream is to eliminate that cost altogether and sell surplus energy at a discounted rate to new
industries seeking to establish in the area. A pipe dream? Maybe, but a goal needs to be set. It’s a legacy this Council can hopefully leave for future generations.
Councillor Greg Conkey
Food for Fines fetching a fantastic haul
There is still time to donate to Wagga Wagga City Library’s charitable Christmas initiative The Salvation Army has collected 25 boxes brimming with donations from Wagga Wagga City Library’s Food For Fines campaign. This is the 15th year the Library has conducted Food For Fines, which helps restock the Salvation Army’s supplies after the busy Christmas period. “Last year, two ute-loads of food were handed over to the Salvos and we’re on track to match that donation this year,” Acting Library Manager Christine Bolton said. “Over the past 15 years, Food For Fines has helped so many people in our community and the support for this year’s donation drive has been amazing. “The campaign is also an opportunity for Council to
give back as it forfeits the money from library overdue fees.” If you’ve got overdue loans at the Library, or are just feeling generous, then don’t worry – Food For Fines runs until January 31. “There’s still plenty of time to donate your nonperishable food items at the Library,” Ms Bolton said. “Some really helpful items are beans, cereals, biscuits, pasta and tinned meals. “Every branch of the Riverina Regional Library has been involved in Food For Fines since 2004, which means this great initiative is lending a hand to those in need across the region.” To donate to Food For Fines, simply bring your donations to the Library.
FINE HAUL: Lieutenant Marco Lupis from the Salvation Army and Acting Library Manager Christine Bolton get ready to load up 25 boxes of donations from Food For Fines. The campaign ends on 31 January.
Let your creativity shine at the gallery
Try your hand at weaving this school holidays at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. From 10am until 2pm on Saturday 17 January, come into the Gallery to take part in WEave100. The ambitious project’s aim is to create a thousand stars for an art installation that celebrates peace during April 2015. The heart of this project is about creating a fun and safe space for people to weave a star and be part of this conversation of ending all forms of violence. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is part of the 100 communities involved in creating stars for the 1 Million Stars to End Violence campaign coordinated by Maryann Talia Pau. This international weaving project aims to end violence by bringing people together to weave stars. Bookings are not required, and all visitors are welcome to drop in at any time. Further WEave100 starmaking days will also take place on Saturday 14 February and Saturday 14 March. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery’s Family Fun Days are free for all participants.
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HELP US MAKE THIS YEAR’S POSTER! C O M E A N D S AY G ’ DAY AT T H E AUS T R A L I A DAY MARKETS IN THE PARK ON SUNDAY 25TH JANUARY 2015 FROM 9AM TO 2PM AND DRAW YOUR BEST…
FREE COMMUNITY CONCERT FEATURING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM COMPETITION FINALISTS AND THE AUSTRALIA DAY AWARDS PICNIC AT THE OASIS LIZARD OF OZ MARKETS IN THE PARK BEYOND BANK MOVIES IN THE PARK LIZARD OF OZ
For full event details visit
wagga.nsw.gov.au/AustraliaDay PLEASE BE SUN SMART. ALL EVENTS ARE ALCOHOL AND GLASS FREE. WITH THANKS TO Australian Army Band Kapooka, Wollundry Rotary, Kooringal Rotary, The Convicts, Allison Music, Ollie’s Security
FREE COMMUNITY BREAKFAST AUSTRALIA DAY CITIZENSHIP CEREMONY TALENT QUEST LIZARD OF OZ
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Meet Kath This week’s Pet of the Week is Kath, a black kelpie female who is about two years old. Kath is very playful and will require some training. She would need at least five acres to run around on. You can adopt Kath from the Glenfield Road Animal Shelter for $215.69, which includes microchipping, lifetime registration, vaccination, desexing and worming and a vet check. If you would like to meet Kath or any of the other animals at the shelter, please visit between 1pm and 4.15pm Monday to Saturday. The friendly Animal Management rangers can be contacted on 6971 4651 during business hours.
PUBLIC EXHIBITION OF DRAFT AMENDMENT NO. 6 WAGGA WAGGA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN 2010
COMING UP THIS WEEK:
more. Three bridal fashions shows. Entry: Adults $5, Under 12 Free. Wagga RSL Club, Dobbs Street. TARCUTTA MARKETS Sat 17 January 8am-2pm Ph: 0415 773 382 CHILDREN’S THEATRE Tarcutta Memorial Hall, Sydney Street, Tarcutta. WORKSHOP PRESENTS Ph: 0477 472 154 “THE WIZARD OF OZ”
VEGE SWAP OR BUY Every Saturday
9am to 12pm. Demonstration Gardens, cnr Albury & Shaw Streets. Ph: 0411 417 956
MINIATURE RAILWAY Sun 18 January
10.30am to 4pm. $2 per ride. Enclosed footwear essential. Botanic Gardens, Macleay Street.
WAGGA WAGGA WEDDING EXHIBITION Sun 18 January 10am-3pm
Get inspiration for your wedding day. Exhibitors include fashion, cakes, photographers, beauty, hair, honeymoons, venues, and
along and find one. Wagga City Library, Civic Centre, cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets. Ph: 6926 9700
EAT LOCAL THURSDAY 22, January
2.30pm to 6.30pm. Free entry. Weekly farmers Murrumbidgee Sun 18 to Sun 25 January market. Performances: Sun 18: 2pm Turf Club, Travers Street. & 4pm, Tues 20 to Fri 23: Ph: 0427 441 107 11am and 2pm daily. Tickets THE LIZARD OF OZ $7 at the door. Basement Starts Friday 23 January Theatre, Wagga Wagga 6pm Civic Theatre, Burns Way, off A fantastic locally written, Tarcutta Street. produced and directed TAKE FOUR BAND PCYC outdoor family production. Created by the makers AND COMPASSION FUNDRAISING CONCERT of Backyard Ashes, the Sun 18 January 1pm-4pm show will feature a fully Mt. Austin Primary School professional, all- star Wagga Hall, McKell Avenue. cast with some of our finest performers and crew Ph: 6926 4901 returning from capital cities. BOOK CLUB- STRAYS For all the family! Wollundry AND WAIFS MEETING Lagoon Amphitheatre, Burns Mon 19 January 5.15pm Way, off Tarcutta Street. If you would like to join a club Ph: 6926 9688 and don’t have a group, come
Aim: To exhibit the proposed amendments to the Wagga Wagga Development Control Plan 2010. The amendments represent Amendment No. 6 to the Wagga Wagga Development Control Plan and include amendments to the following sections: • Section 1 – General • Section 2 – Controls that apply to all developments • Section 4 – Environmental Hazards • Section 5 – Landscape and natural resource management • Section 7 – Subdivision • Section 8 – Rural development • Section 9 – Residential development • Section 10 – Business Development • Section 12 – Specific uses and developments • Section 14 – Boorooma urban release area Exhibition Period: 29 November 2014 to 23 January 2015 (inclusive) Inspection Venue: The proposed amendments are available for inspection at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre, Cnr Baylis and Morrow Sts, Wagga Wagga during the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excluded) and on Council’s website www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/public in the Strategic Planning Exhibition section. Submission Procedure: Any interested person or organisation wishing to make a written submission in relation to the draft amendment should do so prior to the close of the exhibition period. 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.
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE
Notice is hereby given under Roads Act 1993 Part 8 Division 4 of the temporary closing of: For support in organising your event, contact Road: Pine Gully Rd Council’s Events Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Sunday 18 January or 1300 292 442 Mon - Fri. Duration: 6am to 2pm To promote your event or for a complete list of events Reason: Triathlon Event facebook.com/waggaevents go to visitwagga.com or call 1300 100 122. Detour: Boorooma St
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY WALKING TRACK CLOSURE
Track: Wiradjuri Walking Track, between Wagga Beach and St John’s Anglican Church Date: From Monday 19 January Duration: 4-6 weeks Reason: Upgrade of the existing path Detour: Cross and Church Streets
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING & ASSESSMENT ACT, 1979 NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL
HEY TOSSER! You know it’s wrong
Litter fines average $200. Don’t be a tosser, take your rubbish with you.
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Wagga Wagga City Council has received the following application to carry out “Development” under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. DA14/0520, Take Away Food & Drink Premises - Amendment to Entry Location - Re-advertised 120 Hammond Ave EAST WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650, Lot 1 DP 1009005, Applicant: Paula Anderson DA14/0677, 32 Lot Subdivision, Hazelwood Dr FOREST HILL NSW 2651, Lot 130 DP 757232, Lot 28 DP 1120032, Applicant: Brunslea Park Estate DA15/0004, Dual Occupancy (2 x 3 bedroom dwellings), 5 Mulberrygong Court GOBBAGOMBALIN NSW 2650, Lot 66 DP 1197530, Applicant: Structure Building Pty Ltd The subject application and accompanying documentation, may be inspected at the following address until the closure of exhibition. Name of Consent Authority: Wagga Wagga City Council Submission Period: 19 January 2015 to 2 February 2015 Where: Wagga Wagga City Council, cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga (Customer Service Counter). When: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays). Any person seeking to make
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a submission in relation to the abovementioned development should address all correspondence to the Consent Authority to be received prior to 5pm on the final day of the exhibition period. If any submission is made by way of objection, the grounds of objection must be specified in the submission. Persons lodging submissions are required to declare political donations (including donations of more than $1,000) made in the previous two years. For more details, including disclosure form, go to www.planning.nsw.gov.au/ donations. Persons making written submissions regarding the above development 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. Enquiries: Further details relating to the matter can be obtained by contacting the Council’s Development Services. If you have any enquiries regarding the application, or about making submission, please telephone Development Services on 1300 292 442.
PUBLIC EXHIBITION OF DRAFT AMENDMENT TO WAGGA WAGGA LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN 2010 AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN 2010
Aim: To exhibit the Planning Proposal containing nine (9) items that amend Local Environmental Plan maps, land use tables and clauses and exhibit amendments to the Development Control Plan to introduce B6 Enterprise Corridor controls. The nine (9) LEP amendment items include: • Item 1 – St Luke’s Anglican Church and surrounding residential precinct – rezone land from R1 General Residential to R3 Medium Density Residential. • Item 2 – Sturt Highway (including Edward Street, Hammond Avenue and Lake Albert Road) Wagga Wagga – rezone from IN1 General Industrial, IN2 Light Industrial and B1 Neighbourhood Centre to B6 Enterprise Corridor and B4 Mixed Use and insert appropriate land use table and clauses. • Johnson and Tarcutta Street Precinct – rezone from SP1 Special Activities to B3 Commercial Core and apply a floor space ratio of 2:1 and height of building restriction of 16 metres. • Item 4 – land use table amendments in response to a review by Council on appropriate uses within certain zones. • Item 5 – Spring Street, Wagga Wagga – rezone from RE1 Public Recreation to R1 General Residential to facilitate the sale of land owned by Council. • Item 6 – McPherson Oval, North Wagga Wagga – rezone from RU5 Village to RE1 Public Recreation to reflect the current use of the land. • Item 7 – Reclassification of (Part Lots) Map – to correct a Community Land error. • Item 8 – Lot Size Maps – Amend the scale of the series of lot size maps to ensure the maps are user friendly. • Item 9 – Gobbagombalin – Reduce the lot sizes for several properties currently zoned R5 Large Lot Residential. Exhibition Period: 29 November 2014 to 23 January 2015 (inclusive) Inspection Venue: The Planning Proposal and supporting exhibition material are available for inspection at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre, Cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga during the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excluded) and on Council’s website www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/public in the Strategic Planning Exhibition section. Submission Procedure: Any interested person or organisation wishing to make a written submission in relation to the draft amendment should do so prior to the close of the exhibition period. 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
EXHIBITION - LAMPE AVENUE ROAD BOUNDARY CHANGES
Council hereby gives public notice pursuant to the Roads Act 1993 (Section 19) of proposed road boundary changes to Lampe Avenue Wagga Wagga (bordered by Simmons Street and Trail Street). The purpose of the proposed road boundary changes is to formalise the existing physical layout of the road following construction works a number of years ago. The proposed road boundary changes and associated survey plan (Plan Ref 1/150215, 3/58/759031, 1/198568 & 171/996986) will be on exhibition for a period of 28 days, from Saturday 17th Janaury 2015 until Friday 13th February 2015. Council invites public submissions on the proposed road boundary changes, to be lodged within the exhibition period. Inspection Venue: The proposed road boundary changes and associated survey plan is available for review at Wagga Wagga City Council, Cnr Baylis & Morrow Sts, Wagga Wagga, during the hours of 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excluded) within the above exhibition period. Submission Procedure: Persons wishing to make a submission in relation to the proposed road boundary changes 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 firstname.lastname@example.org Persons making written submissions regarding the above proposed road boundary changes 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 proposed road boundary changes and associated survey plan may be referred to Mr. Craig Katsoolis on 1300 292 442.
AUSTRALIA DAY COUNCIL TRADING HOURS MONDAY 26 JANUARY 2015
Administration Offices Wagga Wagga Civic Centre Closed Art Gallery & National Art Glass Gallery Closed Civic Theatre and Theatre Booking Office Closed - Ticket bookings are available online at www.civictheatre.com.au Family Day Care/ In Home Care Unit Office Closed Glenfield Rd Animal Shelter Closed Gregadoo Waste Management Centre (GWMC) Open Normal Hours 7am to 4.30pm Kerbside Waste Collection Collections as Normal Library Closed Livestock Marketing Centre Closed Museum - Historic Council Chambers Site Closed Museum – Botanic Gardens Site Closed Oasis Aquatic Centre Open 8.30pm to 6pm Sat 24 January Open 9am to 6pm Sun 25 January Open 8.30am to 6pm Mon 26 January Rural Waste Facilities Tarcutta - Closed Sewer Service Problems Ph: 1300 292 442 Visitor Information Centre Open Normal Hours 9am to 5pm
Phil Pinyon, GENERAL MANAGER
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