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Work on Low-Level Bridge approaches

Cowra Council is planning to carry-out repairs to the pavement of failed sections of Cowra's low-level bridge road surface next Thursday, December 1.

Supplementary pavement strengthening work is subsequently planned for the week commencing Monday, December 12.

Carols in the Garden

Save the date for Sunday, December 18 for "Carols in the Garden" to celebrate this great Christmas Cowra tradition at Cowra Japanese Garden.

Starting at 6.30pm, the event only has a gold coin donation with all proceeds going to Cowra Community Chest.

Locals are invited to bring-along a picnic blanket or chair and enjoy Christmas carols, great entertainment, and a magical night in the Cowra Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre.

Cowra Council Annual Financial Statements

Attached are the Annual Financial Statements for Cowra Shire Council for 2015/2016 which were adopted at the Cowra Council Ordinary Meeting on Monday, November 28. To view statements, click here.

Report grass fire hazards to RFS!

Near-record winter and spring rains in the district has led to runaway grass growth in the Shire.

Cowra residents are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure that grass on their properties is kept mown to a reasonable height.

Residents concerned about urban, semi-rural, and rural blocks that are becoming fire hazards are urged to contact the NSW Rural Fire Service, Canobolas Zone to log details with Zone Technical Officer, Geoff Selwood. He can be contacted on 6363 6666, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NBN guide for Central West

A new Telecommunications Infrastructure Support Guide explaining the NBN rollout and Mobile Black Spot Program was recently launched.

The Support Guide has been specifically designed to assist businesses and community groups to better understand how they might be affected by telecommunications infrastructure roll-outs planned for the region and, importantly, how they might contribute to the development of telecommunications infrastructure.

The Guide also encourages business and community groups that can contribute information to Mobile Network Operators to help rectify mobile black spots.

For a copy of the Guide, go to: www.rdacentralwest.org.au/initiatives/telecommunications/

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