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MidCoast Council community conversation

Stroud Tuesday 21 March School of Arts Hall 6pm MidCoast Council is holding the next round of community updates right across the region in March, with important news to share on Council’s upcoming September elections, asset management, financial position and merger progress. The meetings, which run from Monday 6 March until Tuesday 21 March, are […]

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Waterway & Catchment Report Card

RSVP | Extended to Monday 14 November Register your attendance; Online www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/reportcard Phone 6591 7320 Everyone is welcome but numbers are limited.

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Is there something you’d like to say about the roads?

MidCoast Council is looking for community perspective on the region’s roads and bridges, the environment, and a special rate variation proposal, commissioning Jetty Research to undertake a telephone survey this month. Participants will be randomly selected through a telephone recruitment drive, commencing next week. Director of Engineering and Infrastructure, Ron Hartley explains “people who are […]

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Community Update Meetings

If you missed the Stroud meeting this week there are other opportunities to stay up-to-date with the how the Council merger is progressing. Interim General Manager, Glenn Handford, along with other key MCC staff are looking forward to hitting the road once again and visiting communities across the region, from Harrington in the north to […]

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Award winning farmer headlines free waterways event at Stroud

MidCoast Council invites community members to a free event on Friday 18 November, when the 2016 Waterway and Catchment Report Card will be released. The evening will also include guest speaker Lynne Strong who will talk about how her family’s farm, Clover Hill Dairies at Jamberoo, became internationally recognised for sustainable intensive farming. Healthy catchments are […]

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Council makes submission on Rocky Hill proposal

In yesterday’s extraordinary meeting, MidCoast Council resolved to proceed with its submission in response to the NSW Government Department of Planning and Environment’s (DPE) proposed Rocky Hill Coal Mine proposal. Based on the assessment of key criteria in preparing its submission, Council has recommended against the Rocky Hill Coal Mine Proposal, and nominated over 50 […]

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