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2 Myack Street,
BERRIDALE NSW 2628
2/1 Gippsland Street,
JINDABYNE NSW 2627
81 Commissioner Street,
COOMA NSW 2630
71 Caveat Street,
BOMBALA NSW 2632
Changes to kerbside collection days
Council would like to inform residents and businesses of Bibbenluke,
Bombala, Cathcart and Delegate areas of changes to kerbside
Kerbside waste bins (red lidded) will be collected each Monday,
please present your waste bins to the kerbside on Sunday evenings
for collection Monday - this change to service will commence
Monday 31 July 2017.
Kerbside recycling bins (yellow lidded) will be collected on alternate
Tuesdays, please present your recycling bin to the kerbside on
Monday evenings for collection Tuesday - this change to service will
commence on Tuesday 1 August 2017.
Council understands that there may be some issues during the
transition period and if your bin is not serviced please inform
council so that arrangements can be made to service your bins.
For those residents that require or currently receive a wheel out
wheel in service (collection from within your property) this service
will not change and as above if your bins are not serviced please
inform council so that arrangements can be made to service your
For further information on the above changes; phone Council on
1300 345 345.
Could you be a Snowy Monaro Regional councillor?
Do you think you would make a suitable candidate to run in the first elections for Snowy Monaro
Regional Council. Council elections will be held on Saturday, 9 September 2017.
Capable and passionate people with a “can do” attitude are needed by our community to nominate
as candidates in the upcoming local council elections.
For more information about becoming a candidate and the requirements/expectations of potential
councillors, Snowy Monaro Regional Council
What’s happening in Bombala?
These July school holidays, Bombala Library will welcome children
and teenagers to a number of activities designed to increase their
social engagement. There will be movie screenings and computer
challenges this week with all youth encouraged to attend.
Movie screenings: Friday, July 14 at 10am.
Computer challenges: Wednesday, July 12 for primary school aged
children between 10am-1pm. For high school aged children the
computer challenge is set down between 1.30pm to 4pm. Cost is
$10 per person.
Cooma Youth Hub has your school holiday fun sorted
The Cooma Youth Hub has put together a cracking school holiday
program for the region’s young people (ages 12-24). From skate park
fun to scavenger hunts, please see the list of activities below.
Wednesday, July 12: Pancakes and shakes at 11am at the Hub.
Thursday, July 13: Another great event is taking place at the Hub
with a screen printing workshop to design and print your own
t-shirts. 11am for this.
Friday, July 14: Live tunes, pool, and food will finish up a bumper
school holiday program. 6pm-8pm.
Council celebrates NAIDOC Week
Council was proud to join the Snowy Monaro community last week to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
Recognising the achievements, contributions and history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
people, NAIDOC Week featured a number of exciting events.
Of these events showcasing NAIDOC Week celebrations was the opening of an exhibition at the
Snowy Region Visitor Centre Gallery in Jindabyne. ‘ This is Ngarigo County, These are Ngarigo People’
has been a popular exhibition and will run throughout July.
The photographic exhibition is based on four elders and their families. The four elders (Aunty Rachel
Mullett, Aunty Colleen Dixon, Aunty Deanna Davison, and Aunty Rose Solomon-Stewart) work closely
with Council community development officers and the exhibition shines a light on the region’s
At the Cooma Youth Hub last Wednesday, Administrator Lynch was on hand to welcome families
to the Hub’s NAIDOC Family Fun Day. There was a great turnout as Jandemarra Wall provided the
acknowledgement to county. Lunch was prepared by a group of young Aboriginal people.
Out for comment - Related Party Disclosures Policy
Members of the public are invited to comment on the draft
Financial Plans for Related Party Disclosures Policy. The draft policy
can be view at any Council office or on our website https://www.
All comments should be made in writing and addressed to the
General Manager, quoting the document reference.
Snowy Monaro Regional Council
PO BOX 714
COOMA, NSW 2630
or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All comments must be submitted to Council by COB Monday 31 July
The following Development Applications, Modifications, Reviews or Complying Development
Certificates have been determined by the Cooma Office in June 2017
95 Commissioner Street Cooma Refurbishment of food and drink
Lot 3 DP 630214
premises (Amend Condition 5)
188 Sharp Street Cooma
Shop Top Housing
Lot 1 DP 37481
697 Mittagang Road Binjura
2 lot subdivision (Modify Condition 4)
Lot 2 DP 773252
Monaro Highway Michelago
Dwelling, shed & carport
Lot 7 DP 835133
(Modify Condition 8)
29 Boyd Street Nimmitabel
Dwelling and attached garage
Lot 16 Sec 35 DP 758776
94 Rose Valley Road Bunyan
Lot 16 DP 99719
Vulcan Street Cooma
Erection of a prefabricated building
Lot 121 DP 750535
2206 Jerangle Road Jerangle
Dwelling (single storey, three bedroom)
Lot 104 DP 750558
In accordance with Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 notice is
given of Council’s determination of the above Applications/Certificates.
The Public is advised that Section 101 provides that following this notice a period of three (3) months
is allowed for the commencement of legal action as to the validity of the consent or certificate, after
which the validity of the consent or certificate cannot be questioned in any legal proceedings.
The Applications are available for public inspection, free of charge, at Council’s office during ordinary
office hours or see the Cooma Office Application Tracking Tool: dat.cooma.nsw.gov.au.
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