The spring 2016 floods in the Riverina-Murray region were one of the most protracted and widespread flood events on record. The prolonged inundation and flooding impacted agricultural businesses across most industries, some significantly.
Landholder Flood Recovery Guide – Edition 1
Adoption of Delivery Program Plans
Snowy Valleys Council’s Delivery Program incorporating the Operational Plan, Operational Budget, Fees and Charges Schedule for the 2016-17 financial year were adopted by Council at its Extraordinary meeting held 30 June 2016.
Snowy Valleys Council website now operational
Due to the amalgamation of the Tumbarumba Shire Council with Tumut Shire Council, residents are advised that there is now a new website for Snowy Valleys Council information at http://www.snowyvalleys.nsw.gov.au/ (link is external)
Upcoming events at the Tumbarumba Library
Library staff have been busy preparing new programs for 2016.
Vandalism and theft of public property
Reckless acts of vandalism and theft of Council property is costing ratepayers and the community a substantial amount of money that could be used to improve public assets.
Public Meetings - Proposed merger with Tumut Shire Council
There have been a number of public meetings in Tumbarumba Shire over the past couple of years to discuss the NSW Government’s ‘Fit for the Future’ program for reform of local government in NSW.
European Wasp Feeder Stations now available
Council has European Wasp Feeder Stations for sale to help in the eradication of these pests. The stations can be purchased from Council for $20.00 each. There is a restriction of one station per household.
Vandalism of Creekscape Toilets
It was very disappointing to see that the female toilets at the Creekscape in Tumbarumba were vandalised again on Sunday night of the October long weekend.
Naming of Public Road
Notice is hereby given that Tumbarumba Shire Council, in pursuance to Section 162 of the Roads Act 1993 and by resolution of Council dated 26 March, 2015, has renamed the following road located with the Tumbarumba Shire Local Government area.
Road Ownership - Welumba Hill Road and Possum Point Station Road
At its June 2015 meeting, Council resolved to confirm that ownership of the Welumba Hill Road and Possum Point Station Road is with the Local Government Authority (Tumbarumba Shire Council). This means that there is to be provided unobstructed public access through these road corridors at all times.