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WATER MAIN RENEWALS ON LANG STREET

27 February 2018

WATER MAIN RENEWALS ON LANG STREET

Council wishes to advise residents that water main renewals will be conducted on Lang Street (between Derby Street and Dumaresq Street) from Tuesday 27 February 2018. Working hours will be between 7:00am and 5:00pm and works are expected to continue for approximately two (2) weeks, weather permitting. The majority of the work will be conducted on the...

BREASTSCREEN NOW AT GLEN INNES

31 January 2018

BOOBS, BOSOMS AND BUSTS
These "B" words have a great friend in another "B" word and that's BREASTSCREEN. The mobile service is at Glen Innes in the Visitor Centre carpark and Council encourages all ladies particularly in the 50 to 74 year age group, to go along and get this done. The friendly and professionally team will make sure you feel comfortable and relaxed. You can just roll up or...

NEW Pensioner Concession Form for Rates

12 January 2018

Council will only accept the new form  “Application for Council Pension Concession Rates Rebate” available from Customer Service at the Town Hall from this point onwards. 

The Office of Local Government has designed the new form and Centrelink have approved the section on the...

YOUTH SURVEY

20 December 2017

Hi everyone,
If you are between 12-24 years of age could you please click on the link...

YOUTH SURVEY

20 December 2017

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST for Community Representative on the Business Incentive Fund Assessment Panel

8 December 2017

Council is calling for expressions of interest for an independent local community representative with demonstrated business experience to join the Business Incentive Fund Assessment Panel. The Panel will consist of three (3) Councillors and two (2) senior executive staff members who are authorised to appoint an appropriate representative to the Panel. For more information, please contact...

GOING THE EXTRA MILE

6 November 2017

Like many bridges on unsealed roads in the more remote areas of the Local Government Area, people generally may not be familiar with the Ten Mile Road bridge, located near Shaws Road. However, those residing on properties to the east of the village of Deepwater would know it and appreciate its role in providing access.

Glen Innes Severn Council recognises the importance of bridges such...

FOOTPATHS FOR PEDESTRIANS ONLY

1 September 2017

New signs have been put up in the CBD to remind everyone that the riding of bicycles, scooters, skate boards and rollerblades on the footpaths is prohibited.   The signs mark the area along Grey Street between Lang and Ferguson Streets, and Bourke Street from Church Street to East Avenue.  Both the local Police and Council continue to receive complaints from the public about people riding on...

2016/17 REPORT TO AGM: AUSTRALIAN STANDING STONES MANAGEMENT BOARD

17 August 2017

The Australian Standing Stones Management Board held its Annual General Meeting for 2017 on 16 August.  Chairperson, Judi Toms, presented a report to the meeting highlighting the activities and progress of the Board during the 2016/17 year.
 

ROLLOUT OF STAGE TWO NEW RECYCLING BINS

9 August 2017

Stage two (2) of the rollout of new yellow lidded recycling bins is expected to start in the next four to six weeks.  Council would like thank all affected residents for their patience during this period. The bins currently being used for recycling in Glen Innes are the oldest bins in circulation; having been used since the early 1990’s.  Council is reviewing all bins in Deepwater, Emmaville,...

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