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Shoalhaven City Council is urging local residents to avoid unnecessary contact with stormwater and water associated with heavy rainfall and flash flooding.Parts of the Shoalhaven have been inundated with significant stormwater overflow and flash flooding over the past 48 hours after the area received heavy rainfall as a result of a recent low weather system.Council’s Environmental Services Manager, Kelie Lowe said it was important for local residents to be aware as to the health risks posed by s...
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Shoalhaven City Council will consider calling for Expressions of Interest from local businesses to run catering services from within the recently redeveloped Ulladulla Civic Centre, Library and Visitors Centre.As part of the redevelopment works, the soon to be completed Ulladulla Civic Centre, Library and Visitors Centre will feature a full commercial kitchen capable of catering to events of up to approximately 400 people, a café/bar within the centre’s foyer and an additional two kitchenettes f...
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Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash has welcomed today’s lodgement of a Development Application for the proposed $12 - $15 million motorsports complex in Yerriyong.Motorcycling NSW President, Christine Tickner joined Motorcycling NSW General Manager, Daniel Gatt in lodging the DA, which will be considered by the Joint Regional Planning Panel.The facility will provide the area with a state of the art motorsport hub with the ability to host racing at a national standard, providing a range o...
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Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash recently welcomed 25 new Australian residents to the area while conducting a Citizenship Ceremony at Council’s Administration Building this morning. The residents from Britain, Mauritius, Philippines, New Zealand, USA, India and Germany, each made the pledge of Australian Citizenship in front of friends and family. In performing the ceremony Mayor, Joanna Gash congratulated each of the participants on their life changing...
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Shoalhaven City Council is seeking community feedback during preparation of both the Currambene and Moona Moona Creeks Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan.The Risk Management Study and Plan follows from the Flood Study, completed in 2006, which identified the existing flooding behaviour in the Currambene Creek and Moona Moona Creek catchments.The two plans are being developed to assess and develop options for the future management of potential flooding from Currambene and Moona Moona Creek...
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Shoalhaven City Council will be hosting two cyber bullying workshops at local high schools as part of the upcoming Youth Week celebrations.With cyber bullying and trolling becoming an increasingly serious issue, the sessions have been designed to provide young people with the skills and knowledge to make ethical decisions in their online interactions.Australian Federal Police Cyber Crime Prevention Project Officer, Melissa Sevil will attend both workshops to share further information relating to...
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Shoalhaven City Council has moved to clarify media reports regarding the death of a Greater Glider on Gerroa Road, Shoalhaven Heads.Members of the Gerroa Environmental Protection Society have today made claims that a Greater Glider was maimed during recent vegetation clearing works on Gerroa Road.Director of Assets and Works, Ben Stewart said he was confident that no animals were harmed during the removal of large trees in the area last week saying Council undertook a number of mitigation measur...
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Shoalhaven City Council has decided on the locations for proposed skate parks in the Shoalhaven following this week’s Extraordinary Meeting.Council is seeking funding for two local skate parks and Stage Two of the Learn to Ride facility at Shoalhaven Heads through the Australian Government’s Regional Development Funding program. Federal Member for Gilmore, Ann Sudmalis MP made a commitment to the funding earlier this year. As such, Council will be submitting a funding submission for the followin...
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Shoalhaven City Council is again offering a number of free workshops as part of the Home Sustainability program.The workshops will help educate residents in the fields of Composting, Natural Cleaning, Worm Farming and Organic Vegetable Growing.Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash said residents were able to drastically reduce their entire household’s carbon footprint by becoming involved in simple programs like worm farming or composting.“The upcoming Home Sustainability Workshops will pro...
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Shoalhaven City Council will host an onsite meeting with local landowners to discuss potential foreshore stabilisation treatment along the Shoalhaven River fronting Bolong Road.Council has engaged contractors to install a recreational fishing platform on the Shoalhaven River bank after successfully receiving funding from the Recreational Fishing Trust (NSW Department of Primary Industries). As part of the works, Council will also be undertaking bank stabilisation on Council’s reserve land fronta...
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