Public Notices

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR HOURS & SERVICES

DECEMBER COUNCIL MEETING

The December ordinary meeting of Council will be held on Friday 13 December 2019 from 9.30am in the Council Chambers, Darlington Point.

OFFICES, DEPOTS, BENDIGO BANK AGENCIES & LIBRARY CLOSURE

FRIDAY 13 DECEMBER 2019

The Council Offices, Depots, Bendigo Bank Agencies and Library will be closed from 11.30 am on Friday 13 December 2019 for the Annual Councillor/Staff meeting and Christmas get-together.

OFFICE CLOSURE OVER CHRISTMAS  (including Bendigo Bank Agency)

The Council Offices (including Bendigo Bank Agencies) will be closing for the Christmas period from 12.00 pm on Tuesday 24 December 2019, and will re-open 8.30 am Thursday 2 January 2020.

For any emergencies arising within the town area during that time please refer to the emergency contacts below:

Darlington Point & Coleambally    Shane Curphey        Telephone 0427 684166

Jerilderie                                        Bryan Payne             Telephone 0428 579095

 

JERILDERIE LIBRARY CLOSURE

The Jerilderie Library will be closed from 24 December 2019 and will re-open at 10.00 am on Thursday 2 January 2020.

GARBAGE COLLECTION OVER CHRISTMAS/ NEW YEAR

Coleambally garbage collection will take place on Thursday 26 December 2019 and Thursday 2 January 2020.

Jerilderie and Darlington Point garbage collections will remain unchanged.

Please place bins out for collection the night before.

WASTE DEPOT (RUBBISH TIPS) CLOSURE

Jerilderie tip will be closed on 25 December 2019 and 1 January 2020.

Darlington Point and Coleambally tips will be closed on 26 December 2019.


Septic Tank Inspections

High risk septic tanks will be being inspected in the coming months. Septic tanks and other effluent disposal systems in closely settled areas and along the Billabong, Colombo and Yanco Creeks will be inspected in the coming months.
The reason that those in closely settled areas and close to permanent water courses will be inspected is because they pose the highest potential risk to both human and environmental health.
Council will be charging a fee for this inspection.
After each inspection, Council’s officer may recommend some improvements that need to be made to minimise the risk to human & environmental health.  Some of the things that Council will be looking at include:

•    Effluent ponding at ground level.
•    Distance of disposal area from watercourse
•    Distance of disposal area from neighbours
•    Septic Tank size and construction

Got any questions?  Please feel free to give Council a call on 03 5886 1200