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Council News WAGGA WAGGA CITY COUNCIL

FIRST PRINTED SATURDAY 23 MAY 2015

Issue 45

Weekly information from us to you

CCTV project now complete CCTV has been switched on in Wagga Wagga’s CBD. Following a long-term commitment by Council to realise the project in the city, 25 cameras have been installed from Station Place to the end of Fitzmaurice Street. The safety cameras can zoom, pan and tilt with an almost 360-degree view, while the cameras at the Gurwood Street and Station Place taxi ranks are fixed. The cameras send images to Wagga Police Station where the system can be monitored by the NSW Police Force, particularly in the event of an incident or at peak times. The project was made possible by funding from Council, the Federal and State Governments and Committee 4 Wagga. “You always get a great result for the community when all three levels of

government work together,” Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Rod Kendall said. “These 25 cameras help ensure the safety for residents and visitors and they are also a vital resource for our hardworking local police.” Superintendent Bob Noble also said CCTV is an important tool in crime prevention and prosecution. “This has been a great partnership with Council,” he said. “I think the leadership of the Council and particularly Mayor Kendall in having this project come through has been good to be a part of.” All recorded images that are not part of an ongoing police investigation, court proceeding or required for any other lawful reason will be deleted after 30 days. To view the location of the cameras and for more information, visit wagga.nsw.gov.au/cctv.

SAFETY FIRST: (above) Mayor Rod Kendall and Senior Constable Mick Connor check out the CCTV control centre in Wagga Police Station. IN FOCUS: (left) Marking the launch of CCTV in Wagga are (from left) Member for Riverina Michael McCormack MP, Committee 4 Wagga’s Scott Braid, Member for Wagga Daryl Maguire MP, Senior Constable Mick Connor and Mayor Rod Kendall.

Wagga CCTV project funding • $500,000 - Federal funding under the Safer Streets Community Program • $471,435 - Wagga

Wagga City Council • $100,000 - NSW Government Community Building Partnership (CBP)

• $90,000 - Australian Governments Safer Suburbs Program - Taxi Security Scheme • $81,818 - Committee

4 Wagga local funding initiative from local business and community members

wagga.nsw.gov.au/cctv

Let’s talk Lake Albert

Wagga Wagga City Council is currently reviewing the Lake Albert Management Plan and has launched an interactive website to make it easy for the community to contribute their ideas to the discussion.

As well as providing feedback tools, the website – wagga.nsw.gov.au/lakealbert – features information about a number of

completed, ongoing and proposed works in and around Lake Albert. Director of Environment and Community Services, Janice Summerhayes, said it’s really important for the community to get involved. “Council wants to make sure that Lake Albert continues to be a space that is enjoyed by all residents and visitors to the city,” she said. “In order to achieve that we need to hear from the wider community about what their vision for the Lake Albert precinct is.” A public forum to discuss projects and issues relating to Lake Albert is also being held next

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Thursday 28 May from 6.30pm at the Wagga Boat Club. All sectors of the community are encouraged to attend, and will be given the opportunity to speak directly with project managers at the end of a presentation. Some of the projects up for discussion include the Lake Albert Management Plan, improvements to Apex Park, Lights 4 Lake (a Committee 4 Wagga project), constructing a new Dragon Boat shed, and a Lake Albert wetland.

Lake Albert Management Plan public forum

Thursday 28 May, 6.30pm Wagga Boat Club wagga.nsw.gov.au/lakealbert

Wagga Wagga City Council would like to invite interested community members to take part in a focus group for the Birramal public art commission, Lloyd. You will be invited to contribute ideas towards this arts project with the shortlisted artists and get to know their previous work. Thursday 11 June 2015 Time: 6pm - 7.30pm

Wagga Wagga City Council, Civic Centre Cnr Baylis & Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga To participate: publicart@wagga.nsw.gov.au Phone: 6926 9356

wagga.nsw.gov.au/publicart


Councillor Column

Wagga was selected some time ago as the preferred location for a regional harness racing facility. Harness Racing NSW

(HRNSW) indicated they have around $6 million available — enough to build a track but not enough for land. Council agreed to offer HRNSW suitable land owned by the ratepayers, which wasn’t easy as a large level block with good access close to the city was needed. Their preferred site was the Copland Street-Kooringal Road block opposite the netball courts. This land is

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available, but would cost $3M as it could be used for industrial purposes. This is despite Council receiving no offers when it was on sale. Council searched, and the best option was a North Wagga block originally purchased as the site of a future northern lake. HRNSW has now proceeded with a development application, which is being evaluated by

the Southern Joint Regional Planning Panel. A group of Councillors including myself, Cr Hiscock and Cr Poynter consider this site unsuitable as it will flood and due to various objections from neighbours. At the May 11 Council Meeting, we put forward a notice of motion to consider offering HRNSW the Copland Street site on similar terms to those for North Wagga.

The Copland Street block is near the city, airport, accommodation, major road arteries and other sporting facilities. The site is level, large and flood-free and would allow HRNSW to bring the trots to the people. There is also space for six football fields in the centre of the track, which would be an enormous benefit for Wagga. This isn’t possible at North

Wagga. There is a cost to the city with this proposal - the land is valuable - but the block is larger than the area required for a track, so Council would still have land to sell. The motion was supported by a majority of Councillors so the ball is now in the court of HRNSW.

Councillor Alan Brown

HOME STRETCH: The new 1.8km stretch of road has been sealed as part of the Eunony Bridge Road Deviation Project.

40 YEARS: (From left) Faye Reed, Leanne Smith, Isabel Taber and Mary Kidson mark Wagga Regional Family Day Care’s 40th anniversary recently.

Funny folks needed for comedy fest Calling all class clowns, practical jokers, pun enthusiasts and dad joke dags – Wagga Comedy Fest wants you. If your friends think you’re a bit funny (the ha-ha kind) or you know a colleague who amazes (or annoys) you with their quick wit, then it’s time to get a team together for Impro – The Wagga Way Competition hosted by Impro ACT. As part of next month’s inaugural comedy festival, teams of four will compete in heats to earn a spot in what will be a hilarious grand final.

If you like theatre sports or love TV shows like Thank God You’re Here, then this competition is for you. The heats will be held on June 18 and 19, with the final on Saturday 20 June. All competitors must attend a meeting and workshop on Sunday May 31 from 2pm to 5pm at the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre. To take part, the team registration form is found under the Wagga Comedy Fest tab at www.civictheatre. com.au or contact the theatre on 6926 9688.

Milestone for deviation project

The Eunony Bridge Road Deviation Project has reached another milestone with the sealing of the new 1.8km stretch of road. Asphalt works for the new roundabout have been scheduled for 29-30 May and 13-14 June. To allow these works to be undertaken, the Oura Road/

Byrnes Road intersection will be closed on these days with detours in place. The $6.1M project is on track to be completed by the end of June, and will provide better heavy vehicle access from the Sturt Highway to the Bomen Industrial Park. A recent announcement

for additional funding means upgrades to existing sections of Byrnes Road and Eunony Bridge Road have also been scheduled for this calendar year. For up to date information on the project, scheduled road closures and detour maps visit wagga.nsw. gov.au/eunonydeviation.

Software shows upgraded levee designs Wagga Wagga City Council has launched software that demonstrates what an upgrade to the Main City and North Wagga Levees will look like. The upgraded levee will feature a combination of higher and wider earthen embankments and the addition of sheet piling that will act as a balustrade along the walking track. A dedicated computer has been set up in the Wagga Wagga City Library for the general public to access and view what the upgraded levee will look like as the software is too large to download online. Manager of Engineering Alex Fenwick says this is a tool that anyone can use. “The software superimposes the detailed design on top of the existing levees at 25 sites selected to provide a representation of the different types of levee construction and an indication of the visual impact in a number of key locations,” he said. “It gives people a really clear picture of how much

higher the levee will be after the upgrade and what the view will look like.” The launch of the software comes as Council staff, together with NSW Public Works, put the final touches on the detailed designs. “Council has already made applications for State and Federal Government funding to help with the $16.2M upgrade of the Main City Levee, with an announcement about successful applications expected to be made later in the year,” Mr Fenwick said. This latest milestone for the project follows significant consultations held with communities in the floodplain and the wider public in March this year, as well as recent one-on-one meetings with landholders that live in close proximity to the levees. To view the levee models, visit the Wagga Wagga City Library during opening hours and speak to a staff member.

Lake Albert

recreation. biodiversity. family At this location between 9am and 3pm: Saturday 20 June 2015 Gregadoo Waste Management Centre Ashfords Road, Gregadoo, Wagga Wagga

Lake Albert Community Forum Wagga Wagga City Council is currently reviewing the Lake Albert Management Plan and wants to hear from the community.

Learn more about the Lake Albert Management Plan and other proposed projects at the Lake Albert Community Forum The forum is also an opportunity for you to ask questions and share your feedback.

6.30pm, Thursday 28 May, Wagga Boat Club For more information

email: lakealbert@wagga.nsw.gov.au website: wagga.nsw.gov.au/lakealbert

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Last chance to have say on draft plans Still time to apply for Residents have until Tuesday 26 May to have their say on funding priorities, service levels and how to plan in partnership for a more sustainable future. Wagga Wagga City Council’s draft Delivery Program and Operational Plan (DPOP) 2015-16 and Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) 2015-2025 have been on public exhibition for the past month. Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor

Rod Kendall is calling on the community to join in the conversation and share their thoughts on the draft plans. “These are two of Council’s key planning documents outlining projects and services to be delivered and how these will be funded,” he said. “Your feedback on these key planning documents will help Council provide affordable and sustainable service levels.

“This is your opportunity to have your say on projects and services and I encourage everyone to read these documents and make a submission.” Highlighted in the draft documents is a total operating expenditure budget of $108 million for 201516, with a further $15M for capital renewals and $36M for new capital expenditure. The budget is balanced for 2015-16 and 2016-17, with small surplus budgets

forecast in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 financial years. In preparing the DPOP, Council has made a substantial effort in adjusting its budgets in an attempt to meet or move towards meeting the State Government’s “Fit For the Future” benchmarks. Residents can view the draft documents and have their say online at wagga. nsw.gov.au/yoursay, or can pick up a hard copy at the Civic Centre.

annual grants program

Time is running out to gain a share in $175,000 available through Council’s 2015-16 Annual Grants Program. Community organisations, groups and individuals in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area have until Sunday 31 May to make an application for funding. There are a range of categories that organisations, groups and individuals can apply under, including Community Health and

Wellbeing, Connected Rural and Urban Communities, Arts and Culture, Local Heritage, Events, and Sustainable Environments. Application forms and guidelines are available from the Civic Centre or online at wagga.nsw.gov.au/ grants. For more information, visit the website, email grants@ wagga.nsw.gov.au or call Kristin Groves on 1300 292 442.

Ladysmith & district residents are invited to attend a neighbourhood meeting with Councillors & Council staff.

LOOK OUT LITTERERS: Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Rod Kendall is getting behind the EPA’s “Hey Tosser!” campaign by having his car branded with the slogan.

Mayor is driving litter out of Wagga Litterers beware – the Mayor is keeping an eye on you. As part of Wagga Wagga City Council’s “Hey Tosser!” campaign, the Mayor is championing the cause by having his car branded with the anti-litter message. Wagga Wagga City Council was successful in receiving $26,000 in

THIS WEEK:

CITY OF WAGGA WAGGA EISTEDDFOD SOCIETY INC DANCE FESTIVAL

Until Mon 25 May Approx 8.30am - 10pm daily. Entry: Adults $8, Children/Pensioners $5. Wagga Wagga Showground, Bourke Street. Ph: 6922 3927

VEGE SWAP OR BUY

Sat 23 May 9am - 12pm Demonstration Gardens, cnr Albury and Shaw Streets. Ph: 0411 417 956

CLASSIC BAND SHOW FEATURING PINK FLOYD

Sat 23 May 6.30pm doors open, show 8.30pm. Bass Bar, Home Hotel, Fitzmaurice St. Local talented musicians. Tickets $30 from the Commercial Club on 6921 3012 or online.

WAGGA WAGGA ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES FAIR

Sat 23 & Sun 24 May Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 10am - 4pm. Local, Sydney and country dealers. Furniture, jewellery, books and other collectables. Cost: $9, accompanying children free. Wagga Showground, Bourke Street. Ph: 0428 446 534

FARMERS HOME FAIR

Sat 23 May 9am - 5pm Bucking bull, wood chopping, jumping castle, petting zoo, face painting. Farmers Home Hotel, 2-6

funding from the NSW EPA to roll out the “Hey Tosser!” campaign to help educate residents that they can be fined if spotted littering. “Litter pollutes our environment, harms our native fauna and detracts from the beauty of our city,” Mayor of the City of Wagga Wagga Councillor Rod Kendall said.

Hammond Avenue. Ph: 6921 3346

INTEREACH ABILITY LINKS FAIR

Sat 23 May 10am-2pm The launch of Ability Links - a program to support people with a disability. Animal farm, games, live entertainment and more! Free entry. Victory Memorial Gardens, cnr Baylis and Morrow Sts. Ph: 0435 817 927

SKYDIVE OZ

Sat 23 May Soak up spectacular views. Ph: 1300 185 180

WAGGA WAGGA POULTRY CLUB SHOW Sun 24 May 9am - 1pm Free entry. Wagga Showground, Bourke Street. Ph: 6925 5422

GUINEA PIG SHOW

Sun 24 May 10am Free entry. 1st Wagga Scout Hall, Dalman Parkway, Glenfield. Ph: 0434 088 895

“Put your rubbish in the bin and help keep Wagga clean and safe for both our local community and visitors.” Residents can report sightings of litter from vehicles to the EPA on 131 555, www.epa.nsw.gov.au or the Report to EPA phone app. Fines for littering average $200. All tickets $20. A runaway success, this is a hilarious send-up of classical music, which has established Australian pianist, David Scheel, as the successor to the legendary Victor Borge. Civic Theatre Ph: 6926 9688

PROSTATE CANCER INFORMATION EVENING

Wed 27 May 5.45pm Free. An evening of information and conversation into prostate cancer with A/Prof David Smith . Held at the Wal Fife Lecture Theatre, Charles Sturt University. Ph: 6937 2600.

RCM 2015 LUNCHTIME CONCERT SERIES MEREDITH & THE CONMEN

Thurs 29 May 1.10pm CSU Food & Wine Industry Training Centre. Free entry. Riverina Conservatorium of Music on 6925 3522

EAT LOCAL THURSDAY

Thurs 28 May 2.30pm - 6.30pm Free entry. Murrumbidgee Turf Club, Travers St. Ph: 0427 441 107

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER

Mon 25 May 10am & 12:30pm Set on the battlefields of WWI and in 21st century Australia, our play follows the dual journeys of a 16 yearold soldier and a modern-day 11 year old boy. Targeted at School Years 5 to 8. Civic Theatre Ph: 6926 9688

DON’T SHOOT ME, I’M STILL ONLY THE PIANO PLAYER Wed 27 May 11am

facebook.com/waggaevents For support in organising your event, contact Council’s Events Unit at events@wagga.nsw.gov.au or 1300 292 442 Monday to Friday. To promote your event or for a full list of events go to: visitwagga.com or call 1300 100 122.

7pm Wednesday 10 June 2015 Ladysmith Memorial Hall Council is hosting a neighbourhood meeting to discuss news, events and issues relating to Ladysmith and the broader Local Government Area. Stay for a cuppa after the meeting! Have a question to ask or an issue to raise? Get it in NOW! Contact Lauren Fitzgerald Community Engagement Officer Phone: (02) 6926 9197 Email: communityengagement@wagga.nsw.gov.au

www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/neighbourhoodmeetings

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ENT DEVELOPM TS L A N IO S S TIS PROFE IGINAL AR FOR ABOR

CALLING ALL ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER ARTISTS AND CREATORS

CAREER PROGRESSION WORKSHOP

Thursday 28 May 4pm-6pm Feather and Willow, 167 Fitzmaurice Street

Wagga Wagga City Council Art Gallery and Eastern Riverina Arts will be providing information on local networks and opportunities to market, display and sell your work with practical knowledge and tips around how to speak about and present your works to potential sellers and exhibitors. BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR ALL WORKSHOPS To secure your place call 6926 9358 For further information visit

www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/jointhedots

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Public Notices

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE

Notice is hereby given under Roads Act 1993 Part 8 Division 4 of the temporary closing of: Road: Oura Road/Byrnes Road intersection Duration: 6.30am Friday 29 May until 6pm Saturday 30 May Reason: Undertaking asphalting works Detours: Detours can be found at wagga.gov.au/ eunonydeviation

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE

Notice is hereby given under Roads Act 1993 Part 8 Division 4 of the temporary closing of: Road: Chaston Street Date: Sunday 24 May Duration: 6.30am – 5.00pm Reason: Undertake asphalting

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE

Notice is hereby given under Roads Act 1993 Part 8 Division 4 of the temporary closing of: Road: Sheppard St Date: Wednesday 27 May 2015 - Friday 29 May 2015 Duration: 7am – 5pm Reason: Undertake road repairsworks Detours: Detours will be signposted

INDUSTRY BRIEFING - 2015-602 KERBSIDE & SOLID WASTE SERVICES

WWCC is seeking comments from interested waste sector organisations (consultants, contractors and/or operators) in regard to the proposed new Kerbside and Solid Waste Services project. Council will be seeking to commence a new kerbside waste contract in April 2017 and are seeking detailed information in respect to interest from contractors/operators, available technologies, efficiencies and opportunities for Councils solid waste services, particularly in respect to scope and contract delivery options. WWCC has yet to form its final view as to the detailed scope of the proposed commercial arrangements and services it will be seeking, the terms under which the services will be offered, the technical details and contract periods. This request provides the Industry with the opportunity to provide information that will be considered by Council in forming its Request for Tender and/or EOI. Council will be seeking to host an Industry Briefing in the coming weeks and will seek to facilitate site inspections if requested and any additional requests from participants prior to the day. A response to this Industry Briefing is requested to be lodged with Council by 2pm 30 July 2015. Contact: veneris. geoffrey@wagga.nsw.gov.au Specifications at nil cost can be accessed on www.tenderlink. com/wagga

WAGGA WAGGA CITY COUNCIL ANNUAL WASTE SUBSIDY APPLICATION

Council invites Charitable Organisations & Community Groups, from within the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area, to apply for a subsidy on waste disposal fees at the Gregadoo Waste Management Centre under Councils Policy POL093 ‘Subsidy for Waste Disposal by Charitable Organisations & Community Groups’. Requests for support for subsidised disposal fees, ongoing or project specific must be submitted on Councils

Application form (appendix 1 of Policy POL093) and addressed to the General Manager, Wagga Wagga City Council, PO Box 20 Wagga Wagga NSW 2650. Note: Details of a nominated vehicle/trailer will be required with the application form, including registration numbers, for ease of identification at the Gregadoo Waste Management Centre. Applications for the above subsidy close Friday 12 June 2015. For all enquiries and for copies of Council’s Policy 093 and application forms please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre in person, by phone on 1300 292 442, or by email at council@wagga.nsw.gov.au Please note that application forms and the Policy guidelines are also available on Council’s website at www.wagga.nsw. gov.au

NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL

Wagga Wagga City Council has received the following application to carry out “Development” under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. DA15/0183, Use of Civic Precinct, Wollundry Lagoon (& Foreshore) & Victory Memorial gardens and environs (including local roads) for community uses, entertainment facilities, function centres, kiosks, markets, outdoor recreation facilities and temporary events (ongoing approval), including Food & Wine Festival, Wagga Live (New Years Eve) & Little Big Day Out, Morrow St WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650, Lot 6 Sec 40 DP 759031, Lot 1 DP 937873, Lot 333 DP 1009142, Lot 1 DP 1041900, Lot 7025 DP 1043683, Lot 7012 DP 1043680, Lot 7024 DP 1043682, Lot 7022 DP 1043681, Lot 7 Sec 40 DP 759031, Lot 1 DP 1090000, Lot 7320 DP 1145762, Lot 1 DP 1097537, Lot 3 DP 1035833, Lot 4 DP 1035833, Lot 1 DP 304484, Lot 1 DP 517201, Lot 4 DP 828377, Lot 3 DP 828377, Lot 10 Sec 86 DP 759031, Lot 7319 DP 1145762, Lot 7026 DP 1043684, Lot 7027 DP 1043684, Lot 7028 DP 1043684, Lot 7318 DP 1145762, Applicant: Wagga Wagga City Council DA15/0181, Use of Wagga Beach Precinct (Including foreshore and environs) for community uses, entertainment facilities, function centres, kiosks, markets, outdoor recreation facilities and temporary events (ongoing approval), Wagga Wagga Beach 1 Johnston St WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650, Lot 7068 DP 1124868, Applicant: Wagga Wagga City Council Name of Consent Authority: Wagga Wagga City Council The subject application and accompanying documentation, may be inspected at the following address until the closure of exhibition. Submission Period: 25/05/2015 to 09/06/2015 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 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

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

of more than $1000) 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.

DEVELOPMENT CONSENTS ISSUED

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979 notice is hereby given that Council has determined the following Development Applications for the month of April 2015.

CDC15/0055 Dwelling, Garage & Alfresco 17 Mullagh Cres BOOROOMA Lot 64 DP 1204554 CDC15/0056 Dwelling & garage 15 Mullagh Cres BOOROOMA Lot 63 DP 1204554 CDC15/0057 Additions & alterations 36 Fairbairn Cres KOORINGAL Lot 30 DP 245130 CDC15/0065 Extension to existing building 204 Fernleigh Rd ASHMONT Lot 2 DP 615519 CDC15/0066 Installation of solar panels 1 Phar Lap Pl BOOROOMA Lot 3 DP 1179795 CDC15/0067 Swimming pool 75 Strickland Dr BOOROOMA Lot 4 DP 1173054 CDC15/0069 Dwelling, garage & alfresco 22 Flack Cres BOOROOMA Lot 30 DP 1193816 CDC15/0073 Dwelling & garage 41 Strickland Dr BOOROOMA Lot 75 DP 1204554 CDC15/0077 New pergola & internal renovations of existing residence 147 Bourke St MOUNT AUSTIN Lot 13 DP 26885 DA07/0251.01 Proposed freight distribution centre modification to hours (24/7) 5 Ball Pl EAST WAGGA WAGGA Lot 15 DP 1097028 DA08/0105.01 Proposed additions to dwelling modification of the front entrance 166 Mitchell Rd LAKE ALBERT Lot 1 DP 246895 DA08/0918.03 Proposed extensions adjust setback, change shed size & change of access 99 Tarcutta St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 18158 DA13/0669.03 Self storage units removal of two warehouses 135 Fernleigh Rd GLENFIELD PARK Lot 2 DP 777052 DA14/0325.02 Alterations & additions (warehouse) amend Condition 9 17 Saxon St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 1198898 DA14/0356 Dwelling 2 McPherson St NORTH WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 779190 DA14/0357 New shed for light industrial use 68 East St NORTH WAGGA WAGGA Lot 31 DP 3952 DA14/0376.01 Three storey hotel comprising 80 rooms, administration area, carparking & landscaping deletion of conditions 47 to 50 188 Fernleigh Rd GLENFIELD PARK Lot 4 DP 804663

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Meet Ted This week’s pet is a three to four-year old fawn staghound-cross called Ted. He’s a gentle giant and loves to play – he’s just like a giant teddy bear. Ted would benefit from an experienced owner with a big backyard and a big heart. You can adopt Ted from the Glenfield Road Animal Shelter for $291.18, which includes microchipping, lifetime registration, first vaccination, desexing and worming. If you would like to meet Ted or any other animals, come down to the shelter from Monday to Saturday from 1pm to 4.15pm, or contact 6971 4651. DA14/0396.01 New dwelling relocation of dwelling 323 Yabtree Rd BORAMBOLA Lot 792 DP 1111516 DA14/0416.01 Dwelling with attached triple garage and detached colourbond shed increase size of shed to 10m x 6m 2 Yanko Cres BOURKELANDS Lot 30 DP 869619 DA14/0557 Alterations & additions (new play area) 184 Edward St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 3 DP 629452 DA14/0590.01 Alterations and additions to existing licensed premises (Capital Nightclub) including internal alterations, new awning with first floor alfresco dining deck to baylis street, and new lift, together with new signage correction of wording of Condition 17 109 Baylis St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 739654 DA14/0629 Childcare centre Brooklyn Dr BOURKELANDS Lot 39 DP 1199332 DA14/0629.01 Childcare centre change time of release of operational consent, alterations to layout, car parking & number of licenced children Brooklyn Dr BOURKELANDS Lot 39 DP 1199332 DA14/0633 Signage addition of 3 pole signs 260 Edward St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 13 DP 659184 DA14/0639 Two storey dwelling 41 Atherton Cres TATTON Lot 7 DP 1029543 DA14/0655.01 Demolition of carport & construction of new carport addition of lattice trim to carport 71 Kincaid St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 2 DP 150139 DA14/0673 Single storey commercial/retail development (neighbourhood shopping centre), ancillary parking & relocation of existing bus stop 2 Rainbow Dr ESTELLA Lot 601 DP 1148567 DA14/0675 Removal of above ground swimming pool (works completed) 83 McKell Ave MOUNT AUSTIN Lot 163 DP 258588 DA15/0014 Change of use to boarding house & internal alterations 97 Fitzmaurice St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 84017 DA15/0021.01 Dwelling & garage modification change FFL of garage from 344mm to 516mm 10 Sunvale Cres ESTELLA Lot 115 DP 1187146 DA15/0069 Change of use to business premises 59 Peter St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 3 DP 1129443 DA15/0071 8 x Multi dwelling houses & community title subdivision 25 Phillip Ave MOUNT AUSTIN Lot 231 DP 36720 DA15/0073 3 Unit development 16 Chipp Pl LLOYD Lot 532 DP 1196872 DA15/0076 Two lot subdivision 24 Wellington Ave TATTON Lot 24 DP 1113058 DA15/0080 Change of use to food and drink premises (including external alterations, fitout & signage) 54 Baylis St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 373280 DA15/0093 Change of use from warehouse to light industry (Appliance Service Centre) 181 Hammond Ave EAST WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 88553 DA15/0095 Dual occupancy &

community title subdivision 1 St Aubins Pl BOURKELANDS Lot 24 DP 1199332 DA15/0102 Raised dwelling 88 Hampden Ave NORTH WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 195855 DA15/0104 Change of use from dwelling to medical centre 13 Gormly Ave WAGGA WAGGA Lot 26 DP 11613 DA15/0105.01 Garage Delete Condition 16 2 Elanora Pl GLENFIELD PARK Lot 20 DP 801419 DA15/0107 Rural Dwelling 256 Yarragundry Rd YARRAGUNDRY Lot 1 DP 842653 DA15/0113 Two lot torrens title subdivision & construction of 2 x 3 bedroom dwellings 2 Charlton St BOOROOMA Lot 47 DP 1193816 DA15/0117 Temporary use entertainment venue event Wagga Wagga Takes Two Edmondson St TURVEY PARK Lot 2 DP 543801 DA15/0118 Signage 3 Grampian Pl TATTON Lot 24 DP 861347 DA15/0124 Use of existing patio with deck at rear 32 Oleander Cres LAKE ALBERT Lot 2 DP 714113 DA15/0132 Two storey dwelling & garage 8 Chipp Pl LLOYD Lot 528 DP 1196872 DA15/0133 Demolition of existing dwelling & construction of dwelling 35 Kyeamba St LADYSMITH Lot 1 DP 740829 DA15/0133.01 Demolition of existing dwelling & construction of dwelling mirror reverse dwelling 35 Kyeamba St LADYSMITH Lot 1 DP 740829 DA15/0135 Dwelling 6 Goldstein Cres LLOYD Lot 519 DP 1196872 DA15/0138 Temporary event Anzac Day 188 Fitzmaurice St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 2 DP 69583 DA15/0140 Dwelling & garage 191 Melaleuca Dr FOREST HILL Lot 4 DP 1202427 DA15/0141 Use of existing rear deck 26 Plunkett Dr LAKE ALBERT Lot 46 DP 1142732 DA15/0143 Demolition of existing patio & construction of new patio 13 Lincoln Ave TOLLAND Lot 30 DP 702248 DA15/0144 Temporary one day event 23 may 2015 (Intereach Ability Links Fair) 260 Baylis St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 7027 DP 1043684 DA15/0146 Dwelling with attached triple garage 5 Hardiman St URANQUINTY Lot 27 DP 1194658 DA15/0149 Alterations & additions to commercial premises (Aldi) 15 Berry St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 77 DP 803659 DA15/0150 Use of existing pergola at rear of lot 63 Trail St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 778951 DA15/0151 Use of existing swimming pool 86 Undurra Dr GLENFIELD PARK Lot 41 DP 805300 DA15/0152 Dwelling & garage 9 Paradise Dr GOBBAGOMBALIN Lot 74 DP 1197530 DA15/0154 Patio attached to side of dwelling 14 Rowe St LAKE ALBERT Lot 1 DP 605129 DA15/0157 Alfresco

3 Peppermint Dr SPRINGVALE Lot 45 DP 1073172 DA15/0160 Shed 820 Weir Rd GALORE Lot 1 DP 581306 DA15/0162 Use of existing addition to rear of garage 57 Ashmont Ave ASHMONT Lot 15 DP 38143 DA15/0164 Use of existing pergola to front of site & shed extension to rear 10 Malta Cres ASHMONT Lot 45 DP 208238 DA15/0165 Dwelling 154 Melaleuca Dr FOREST HILL Lot 29 DP 1202427 DA15/0166 Dwelling and attached double garage 21 Mullagh Cres BOOROOMA Lot 66 DP 1204554 DA15/0170 Use of existing mezzanine floor 5 Bermingham Ave SAN ISIDORE Lot 12 DP 810267 DA15/0172 Use of existing carport, shed & patio 31 Spring St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 5 DP 24158 DA15/0173 Two storey dwelling & double garage 4 Stellway Cl KOORINGAL Lot 3 DP 1030443 DA15/0175 New dwelling with attached garage 7 Mulberrygong Court GOBBAGOMBALIN Lot 68 DP 1197530 DA15/0176 New fence 259 Lake Albert Rd KOORINGAL Lot 1 DP 223331 DA15/0177 New fence at dwelling in heritage conservation area 47 Kincaid St WAGGA WAGGA Lot 1 DP 340824 DA15/0179 Alterations & additions 20 Norfolk Ave LAKE ALBERT Lot 80 DP 242831 DA15/0182 Shed 28 Kimberley Dr TATTON Lot 9 DP 860586 DA15/0185 Dwelling & garage 28 Mullagh Cres BOOROOMA Lot 54 DP 1204554 DA15/0186 Dwelling with attached double garage 57 Clifton St BOURKELANDS Lot 47 DP 1193626 DA15/0188 Dwelling & garage 988 Gregadoo East Rd GREGADOO Lot 1 DP 1142636 DA15/0190 Shed 27 Swan St ASHMONT Lot 2 DP 829840 DA15/0191 Internal alterations (ensuite) 7 Grevillea Cres LAKE ALBERT Lot 6 DP 261467 DA15/0192 Dwelling & garage 5 Whitten Ave BOOROOMA Lot 11 DP 1193816 DA15/0197 Alterations & additions 10 Henschke Ave SAN ISIDORE Lot 18 DP 245101 DA15/0206 Dwelling & garage 16 Mangrove Cres FOREST HILL Lot 85 DP 1183086

Viewing of the Development consents for the abovementioned Development Applications are available, without charge, at the Council Administration Centre, cnr. Baylis and Morrow Streets, Wagga Wagga, at any time between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday (public Holidays excepted). If copies are required, they are available at a cost.

Phil Pinyon, GENERAL MANAGER

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Council News #45 - May 23 2015  

Council News #45 - May 23 2015