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BERRIDALE NSW 2628
2/1 Gippsland Street,
JINDABYNE NSW 2627
81 Commissioner Street,
COOMA NSW 2630
1300 345 345 - 24 Hour
71 Caveat Street,
BOMBALA NSW 2632
FEBRUARY 1st, 2017
Burra Creek Bridge has a 15 Tonne Load Limit until further notice.
SMRC congratulates all winners of the 2017 Australia Day Citizen of the Year Awards.
CURRENT ROAD WORKS
If you would like to know what road works are currently
being undertaken, or where the graders are working, please
visit Council’s website www.snowymonaro.nsw.gov.au or
phone 1300 345 345.
Snowy Monaro Regional Council, in partnership with YMCA hosted a garden working bee
at The Hub Youth Centre as part of our School Holiday Program. The project attracted
more than 20 young people over two days, creating an opportunity for participants to get
their hands dirty, while making new friends and reaping the health and wellbeing benefits
associated with gardening.
The garden will be cared for
a by a group of enthusiastic
young volunteers and
the fresh produce will
be contributed towards
cooking workshops and
food relief for young people
seeking support from The
This project was made
possible with a generous
donation from the Rotary
Club, CoomPost from
Snowy Monaro Regional
Council and plant and
equipment donations from
local community members.
Would You Like to Work With Us?
We currently have the following positions available:
Human Resources Adviser
Road Safety Officer
For complete information including selection criteria please
view our website www.snowymonaro.nsw.gov.au
Expressions of Interest should be marked “Confidential Job
Application” and sent to Human Resources Officer, Post:
PO Box 143, Berridale NSW 2628 OR Email:
Council Meeting Dates
The next Council Meeting date is 22 February, Cooma
Council Chambers 5:30pm
Kerbside Collection Trial Being Conducted in Cooma Township
Snowy Monaro Regional Council is currently conducting a trial in the Cooma township
on kerbside recycling collection (yellow lidded bins), with a side lifter collection vehicle.
Council will continue to operate its usual collection vehicle in conjunction with this trial,
collecting the paper and cardboard crates.
This trial will provide data to assist Council in providing the most efficient method of
collection, as we move to harmonise services throughout the region.
Council appreciates your patience whilst the trial is being carried out.
For information relating to waste and recycling collection services in your area, please
check our website or phone our friendly customer service line 1300 345 345.
Waste Community Consultation - Bombala and Delegate
Snowy Monaro Regional Council’s Administrator, Dean Lynch, along with staff members
from Council’s Waste Department, will be holding community information sessions for the
residents of Bombala and Delegate regarding the upcoming changes to both the Bombala
and Delegate landfills.
The sessions will be held as per the following:
Bombala Landfill Community Consultation - 21st February 2017, commencing at 6pm at
the Bombala Community Centre (HACC Library Building)
Delegate Landfill Community Consultation - 23 February 2017, commencing 6pm at the
Delegate School of Arts.
Cooma Livestock Selling Centre -Proposed Penalty Fee
Council is proposing to introduce a penalty fee of $500 per lot, for any person or agent
that puts cattle in the designated sheep section of the saleyards.
Comments will be received until to 4.00pm on 22 February and should be addressed to:
The General Manager
Snowy Monaro Regional Council
PO Box 714
Cooma NSW 2630
or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
For any enquiries please contact Council’s Recreation and Property Manager,
Mr Ross Lawley on 02 6455 1840.
The next Jindy Connect will be held Thursday 16 February
at Rydges Horizons Snowy Mountains, commencing at
5.30pm. We are looking forward to another great line up
of speakers - don’t forget to invite a friend or colleague and
we look forward to you joining us for a night of connecting
businesses and like-minded people in the Jindabyne area!
Jindabyne Community Recycling Centre (CRC)
Following the opening of the Snowy River Community
Recycling Centre on Monday 23 January 2017, the centre
is now open 7 days a week 10am to 2pm for the public to
drop off problem household waste.
The centre accepts the following items for FREE:
• Water-based and oil-based paints
• Used motor and cooking oils
• Lead-acid and hand-held batteries
• Gas cylinders and fire extinguishers
• Conventional tube and compact fluorescent lamps
• Smoke detectors
The new recycling facility located at Jindabyne Regional
Waste Management Facility, Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne
will help bring long-term environmental and health benefits
to the Snowy Monaro community by keeping household
problem waste out of kerbside bins, reducing the amount
of environmentally hazardous and recyclable materials that
end up as landfill.
The construction of the centre followed a grant of
$139,300 from the State Government last year to the
former Snowy River Shire Council through the NSW
Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) Waste Less,
Recycle More initiative.
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