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Daroo Awards will showcase best businesses in Cabonne

Tuesday 22 May 2018

The quality and diversity of businesses in Cabonne Shire will be showcased by the 2018 Cabonne Daroo Business Awards which were launched today (Tuesday 22 May 2018).
Acknowledged as one of the major events on the regional business calendar and a model for business awards in rural Australia, the Daroos recognise the achievements and contributions of Cabonne businesses and their employees.
The coveted Best Business in Cabonne and 16 other category winners will be announced at a gala dinner at Eugowra on Friday 2 November 2018. The theme of this year’s awards is Future Proofing...

Work starts on new fossil storage centre at Canowindra

Monday 21 May 2018

Work has started on the construction of a specially-built storage facility to house Canowindra’s famous fish fossils.
The new fossil storage and research centre at the Age of Fishes Museum in Canowindra is being built to store the 350-million-year-old fossil slabs that are not already on display at the museum.
Funded by a $300,000 NSW Government grant through the ClubGrants program and $300,000 from Cabonne Council, the new building will provide a secure, tailor-made facility to house the fossils, as well as providing easy access for research purposes.
From the Devonian...

Autumn edition of Cabonne Connection out now

Friday 18 May 2018

The Autumn 2018 edition of Cabonne Council's community newsletter Cabonne Connection has been mailed to residents this week.

You can also read Cabonne Connection by downloading a copy below:

Cabonne Connection Autumn Edition 2018
 

From The Mayor's Desk

Friday 18 May 2018

COUNCIL TO SPEND $1.5 MILLION ON VILLAGE ENHANCEMENTS
More than $1.5 million will be spent throughout Cabonne Shire as part of an unprecedented Village Enhancement Program to be rolled out in coming months.
Council will undertake 79 individual projects in Canowindra, Cargo, Cudal, Cumnock, Eugowra, Manildra, Molong, Mullion Creek and Yeoval which were requested by the residents of those towns and villages.
This has followed an extensive consultation process. We asked local progress associations to suggest projects for their towns and villages and then we...

Cabonne will spend $1.5m on village enhancements

Tuesday 15 May 2018

More than $1.5 million will be spent throughout Cabonne Shire as part of an unprecedented Village Enhancement Program to be rolled out in coming months.
Cabonne Mayor Kevin Beatty said the program was a ground-breaking investment in the Shire’s future.
“We will be undertaking 79 individual projects in Canowindra, Cargo, Cudal, Cumnock, Eugowra, Manildra, Molong, Mullion Creek and Yeoval which were requested by the residents of those towns and villages,” he said.
Cr Beatty the Village Enhancement Program (VEP) was initiated following an extensive consultation process....

Free dog and cat microchipping for Cabonne residents

Tuesday 15 May 2018

Cabonne residents will be able to take advantage of free dog and cat microchipping offered by Cabonne Council this month.
The service will be provided on Tuesday 22 May 2018 at 94 Bank Street, Molong (opposite the Council offices) and on Wednesday 23 May 2018 at the council’s Canowindra depot in Armstrong Street on the northern outskirts of the town. Both sessions will run from 10am to 1pm.
Owners will not be limited to the number of dogs or cats they can have microchipped, but must book a time slot for each animal. Pet owners must be aged 18 years or over and all dogs and cats...

Your future, your say ... comment on Cabonne's 20:20 vision

Monday 14 May 2018

Cabonne Council is planning an exciting program of new infrastructure and services over the next three years and we want you to have a say.
They are all part of Cabonne’s 2018-2020 Delivery Program – we call it our 20:20 vision.
This will shape Council’s Budgets until the end of the decade so it can provide the infrastructure and services to give you a great mix of village and rural lifestyles with 21st century facilities.
The Delivery Program turns the goals in the Cabonne Community Strategic Plan into actions and identifies the key activities Council intends to carry...

Mount Canobolas access roads open to the public

Monday 14 May 2018

Access roads to Mount Canobolas were reopened on Saturday afternoon following a safety inspection.

Boom gates had been closed for several days because of snow and ice on the roads.

 

 

Snow and ice keeps Mount Canobolas access roads closed

Friday 11 May 2018

Access roads to Mount Canobolas will remain closed overnight (Friday 11 May 2018) by snow and ice and will be inspected tomorrow morning (Saturday 12 May 2018) to determine whether they can be reopened.
The boom gates are closed to help ensure motorists are not at risk of an accident or being stranded on the mountain.
Cabonne Council’s priority is the safety of all road users. It will endeavour to open the roads should conditions allow it. However, if snow or ice make conditions dangerous, the boom gates on the access roads will stay closed.

Mount Canobolas access roads remain closed

Friday 11 May 2018

Access roads to Mount Canobolas remain closed today (Friday 11 May 2018) by snow and ice.
A further inspection will be held this afternoon to reassess the situation and determine whether the roads can be reopened.
The boom gates are closed to help ensure motorists are not at risk of an accident or being stranded on the mountain.
Cabonne Council’s priority is the safety of all road users. It will endeavour to open the roads should conditions allow it. However, if snow or ice make conditions dangerous, the boom gates on the access roads will stay closed.

 

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