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WHITE ROCK WIND FARM COMMUNITY FUND PROJECTS

2 July 2020

On behalf of the successful recipients, Council would like to thank White Rock Wind Farm for their generous 2020 Community Fund Projects allocation of $183,859 toward community projects in the Glen Innes Severn Local Government Area. Please see the attached to find out who the 2020 recipients are and what projects have received funding. 

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COMMUNITY SKILLS WORKSHOPS

26 June 2020

Council has partnered with GLENRAC to bring the residents of our area a series of webinar workshops which can improve community skills. These evening webinars are suitable for individuals as well as for businesses and community groups. The workshops cover a range of skills including meeting management, corporate governance, board responsibilities, risk management, grant writing and business...

LEVEL ONE WATER RESTRICTIONS ANNOUNCED

26 June 2020

Council advises that the Glen Innes Severn Local Government Area has been placed on Level One (1) water restrictions from Friday, 26 June 2020. This includes the use of town water from the Glen Innes and Deepwater water supply systems such as water carted to the villages.

For domestic users Level One (1) restrictions include:

  • No garden watering between 10....

LET'S MAKE IT A SELLOUT!

25 June 2020

The Glen Innes Examiner returns to being published twice a week from Tuesday, 30 June! Having a local newspaper with local content means that our local community counts. Let's all help make it a sellout each week starting from next Tuesday. 

WILDLIFE EMERGENCY ADVICE FROM "WIRES"

24 June 2020

If you find a sick, injured, or orphaned native animal, call a wildlife rescue organization straight away. Improper rescue can hurt or distress the animal and the rescuer. It is critical to get sick and injured wildlife vet treatment as quickly as possible. 

When reporting rescues to WIRES and vets, please try to confirm the EXACT location you found the animal. This is because...

THERE'S A STORY BEHIND THE SCULPTURE

23 June 2020

The recently installed public artwork on the highway roundabout has attracted much attention and commentary. There's a story to it and one which adds more to the understanding of this work of art and why it was selected than that it adds some contemporary culture to counteract the visual backdrop of fast food outlets. Enjoy the story at this link: 

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s.355 COMMITTEES WITH AGM's in JULY

17 June 2020

Upcoming Annual General Meetings (AGM)

Pinkett Recreation Reserve Management Committee - Wednesday,1 July 2020 at the Pinkett Hall 6:30pm

Stonehenge Reserve Trust - Friday, 3 July 2020 at the Glen Innes Showground Committee Room 10.00am

Community Access Committee -Monday,  6 July 2020 at Life Choices - Support Services 12.00 noon

Glen Elgin...

ARE YOU KEEPING UP WITH COUNCIL'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES?

15 June 2020

How to keep up with Economic Development initiatives:

  • Sign up to our Glen Innes Highlands newsletter:...

THIS WEEK'S INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS PROGRAM: HIGHLIGHTS

12 June 2020

Council would like to advise residents that the following works are scheduled for the period ending Friday 26 June 2020, subject to weather conditions and unforeseen delays:

  • The construction team will be continuing gravel re-sheeting Waterloo Road and undertaking repairs on Polhill Road;
  • The maintenance grading teams will be working on Square Range Road,...

ROAD MAINTENANCE REQUESTS

12 June 2020

Please note that Council posts information on the infrastructure works program each week on Council’s Facebook page. Comments on these post are not monitored and Council kindly requests that any requests regarding road maintenance be directed to Council’s Department of Infrastructure Services on 6730 2371 or in writing to council@gisc.nsw.gov.au...

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