On Tuesday, council in partnership with the Delegate Progress Association hosted the region’s 2018 International Women’s Day event. There were guest speakers, information stalls and the presentation of the International Women’s Day Awards. Congratulations to all award winners, and to those for organising the event.
On Thursday evening at the Berridale Community Hall, the March Council meeting will be held. There will be a presentation from Pauline Cook of Monaro Family Support Services.
In the public forum there are three speakers: Steve Samuels – fishing on Lake Wallace Dam, Nimmitabel; Shane Trengove from the Jindabyne East Residents Committee – proposed 21 lot subdivision at Rushes Bay Avenue, East Jindabyne; and Michelle Francis, Ngarigo Nations- Significance of Aboriginal women at Rushes Creek Gorge. Thursday’s council meeting won’t be live streamed.
Council is in the process of delivering 100 important community projects through the Stronger Communities Fund Major Project Program.
Projects are spread right across the Snowy Monaro and cover recreational facilities, roads/bridges, streetscape projects, public health works, infrastructure upgrades, and renewable energy projects.
A three further projects have been completed with upgrades to the Bredbo, Nimmitabel and Numeralla Cemeteries that include new fencing, entrance gates, storage sheds and a ride on mower. As the weeks and months progress, many more projects will be completed.