Right-hand turners rejoice! The "No Right Turn" traffic signs at the intersection of Kendal and Macquarie Street are being temporarily removed for a study.
Installed in April 2013, the traffic signs will be taken down as part of a Cowra Council & Roads and Maritime Services study into the need for traffic lights at this intersection following the Reconstruction of Kendal Street.
Part of the investigation involves undertaking traffic counts at the intersection, including vehicle and pedestrian movements, and delay times at each leg of the intersection.
So that these counts can reflect "normal traffic", the signs in Macquarie Street will be temporarily removed from Friday, September 11 to Friday, October 30 with traffic counts to be conducted from mid-October.
Cowra Council is hosting a "Grant Writing Skills" workshop on Tuesday 13th October 2015 for community organisations and volunteers.
Learn how to write a winning grant application. The workshop will be held at Cowra Council's offices in the Council Chamber. The workshop will be offered in two sessions starting at 10.30am and 1.00pm. The cost is $20.00 per person and the payment is required at the time of booking.
During September the Cowra Regional Art Gallery is presenting a series of exciting workshops commencing with a special two-day textile dyeing workshop for Adults (pictured above) focusing on Shibori and eco-dyeing with textile artist and shibori expert Barbara Schey on September 12–13.
The cost is $170 per person and $155 for Friends of the Gallery with all materials supplied.
The next drumMUSTER will be held on Monday, September 7. drumMUSTER is a program for the collection and recycling of cleaned eligible non-returnable crop production and on-farm animal health chemical containers. Bookings are essential and can be made with Cowra Council's Materials Recycling Facility on 02 6340 2140.
Next phase of Cowra's Kendal Street refurbishment will see major renewal work on the main street's footpaths, Cowra Mayor, Councillor Bill West has said.
Designer David Tooby from consultants King and Campbell is currently working with Council to look at options for the continuing upgrade that is designed to create a more pedestrian and visitor-friendly shopping precinct that reflects the cultural and social uniqueness of the Cowra district.