Council adopts new Community Engagement Framework Council adopted a new community engagement framework and charter at Tuesday’s council meeting, outlining how Council will engage with residents about projects, plans, and major issues that have an impact on the community.
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Back to Business Week workshops A series of free workshops starting Monday 26 February will give Eurobodalla’s local businesses something to celebrate during NSW Back to Business Week.
Tradies roll up for roadside Litter Council will host another free tradies’ breakfast next Tuesday (21 February), this time in Moruya, to entice local ute drivers to properly secure their loads.
EOIs open for activities on Council-controlled land Council is calling for expressions of interest from community members interested in using Eurobodalla’s public reserves and Council buildings for running markets, holding events or conducting commercial activities.
EPA: No toxicity detected in local waterways Responding to community concerns that leachate from the Brou waste facility was impacting Whittakers Creek and Brou Lake, the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has investigated and found no evidence that the facility is polluting the local waterways.
Tuesday 7 February 2017
Advisory committee members wanted Council is calling for expressions of interest for three of its advisory committees; the Aboriginal Advisory Committee, Disability Inclusion Advisory Committee and the Public Art Advisory Committee.
Bay business activity booms A recent audit of Eurobodalla business activity shows the number of businesses in the shire’s commercial and industrial centres has grown significantly over the past six years.
Thursday 2 February 2017
Works begin to upgrade Caseys Beach seawall An upgrade to the southern end of Caseys Beach seawall will begin next week to ensure long-term stability of the foreshore and reduce the risk of damage to a nearby sewage pump station.
Roadside litter campaign revs up Eurobodalla Council will host a free tradies breakfast at Bunnings Batemans Bay on Wednesday morning to help entice drivers of open-tray vehicles to properly secure their loads.