What's happening...?Gunnedah's new bore (Number 8 bore), one of the main bores that supply the Gunnedah community with water, has recently been sunk and to ensure water quality and safety, needs to be commissioned and flushed. This process will be occurring over the next week.
Tenders are invited from suitable companies for the Tender 448-14T for the supply of: R82 Lean Mix Concrete R83 Concrete Pavement Base R53 Concrete (for General Use) Mortar and Grout
Council's Town Water Supply Connection Policy has been placed on public exhibition for a period of 28 days until 23 March 2015. Public consultation is being sought on the Town Water Supply Connection Policy and Council strongly urges members of the community with an interest in the policy to review the draft document.
Council's Drinking Water Quality Policy has been placed on public exhibition for a period of 28 days until 23 March 2015. Public consultation is being sought on the Drinking Water Quality Policy and Council strongly urges members of the community with an interest in the policy to review the draft document.
The Meeting of the Association of Mining Related Councils (AMRC) held on February 12, 2015 heard from both the Minister for Resources and Energy, the Hon. Anthony Roberts and Shadow Minister for Regional Infrastructure and Services; Regional and Rural Affairs, and Western NSW, the Hon. Mick Veitch MLC.
TO HELP PROTECT OUR CHILDREN – SWIMMING POOL LAWS HAVE CHANGED. ARE YOU READY?In the last 10 years:· 60 children have drowned in backyard swimming pools· 70 children have neurological damage as a result of immersion· 1000 children have been admitted to hospital as a result of immersion.
General Manager Eric Groth's response to enquiry from Marie Low, Namoi Valley Independent, with reference to request for updates on the review of Floral Tributes Memorial Park Cemetery policy, Wednesday 11 Feb, 2015.
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