THE STRONGER COMMUNITIES FUND has been established by the NSW Government so recently merged councils can kick-start community projects. Murray River Council will be provided $10 million to spend on priority community initiatives.
Historical First Meeting for MURRAY RIVER COUNCIL
The May 12th proclamation of the new Murray River Council has prompted a hectic start for the organisation.
Notice is hereby given that the newly proclaimed Murray River Council will hold an Extraordinary Meeting on Monday 23 May 2016, commencing at 1:00pm in the River Reception Room, Barham Office, 15 Murray Street, Barham.
New MuuraThe Baird government has created 19 new councils across Sydney and NSW.
Wet wipes are a major cause of sewer blockages. Please, don’t flush them.
They’re cheap to buy and there’s now a wipe for every conceivable use. But this kind of convenience comes at a high price.
Wakool Shire Council is partaking in a Murray-Darling Basin Authority research project being facilitated by Dr Michael Fortunato from Sam Houston State University in Texas. The Shire has been selected along with only three other communities (St George/Dirranbandi, QLD, Coleambally and Warren NSW) to take part in this research project.
Ratepayers of Wakool Shire will now be able to use Australia Post’s Post Billpay service to pay their rates.
The payment method will come into effect for fourth quarterly rates instalment, which is due at the end of May. Rate notices for the instalment will be sent out on 1st May 2016.
Alan Mathers from Barham has been elected as Wakool Shire Councillor for C Ward following the ward’s by-election on Saturday.
Cr Mathers, a dairy farmer, will join fellow C Ward Councillor and Wakool Shire Mayor Neil Gorey.
Applications are open for the BPW Swan Hill Stepping Up to Leadership Program, funded by the Foundation for Regional and Rural Renewal (FRRR) and delivered locally by BPW Swan Hill.