Wakool Shire Council is pleased to present an information session on the careers and opportunities in Local Government and the advantages of volunteering or participating in the local community.
Spraying of parks, sporting grounds, back lanes, filtration depot yards and drains throughout townships within the Wakool Shire will occur, as well as routine weed spraying of all local and main road shoulders.
Not only are all major events still taking place, but the majority of main roads in the north of Victoria are open and our beautiful country destinations are looking forward to welcoming you.
To check out what's on over Easter visit our Tourism tabs to find out more about our towns or the festivals and events that are coming up.
Council is encouraging people to contact the General Manager in writing over the next month with either general comments or more specific concerns and evidence, such as impacts on small businesses, community groups and the irrigation district, to be included in the submission it is currently preparing.
This year marks the 23rd anniversary of Clean Up Australia Day which will see lots of Australians take to their local park, beach, bushland and streets to collect rubbish and to help make a difference.
If you are interested and would like join the groups involved, then contact council for more information.
Many people aren't aware of what happens to your recycling once it is collected from the kerb and Wakool Shire Council, along with the Central Murray Regional Waste Management Group want to get the message out to all residents that contamination puts a spanner in the works.
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"We want to ensure our residents have a real opportunity to voice their concerns with the guide, and help encourage the next steps that the authority needs to now take," said Wakool Shire Mayor, Cr Andrew Douglas.