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"DIVERSITY IN ABUNDANCE"

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General Manager Appointed for Further 5 Years

Waratah-Wynyard Council has appointed General Manager Shane Crawford for a further five year term.

In announcing the reappointment, Mayor Robby Walsh said “It gives me a great deal of pleasure to confirm the reappointment of our General Manager for a further five year term. Shane’s performance, management skills and personal strengths are there for us to see every day and he is well respected within the Local Government sector. By any measure we are doing well in delivering what we promised the community and are in a sound financial position. The General Manager is very valuable to us, to the staff and to the community and we look forward to working with him to drive further improvements and deliver outcomes in future years”

Public Notices

Savage River: Scheduled Burn

Council advises that Tasmania Parks and Wildlife will be conducting a scheduled burn today at Savage River. For more information phone 1300 TASPARKS.

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Weed Spraying

The road verge weed spraying program will soon commence in Waratah-Wynyard. Council will be targeting woody weeds like blackberries, gorse, montbretia and thistles for the next three months, weather permitting.

Public Notices

TARGA Tasmania 2022: Road Closure Yolla

Targa Tasmania 2022 is scheduled to pass through Yolla on Saturday 30 April between 8.49AM-2.19PM. Please be advised that during this time Johnsons Road (between Oldina Road and Mount Hicks Road) and Oldina Road (between Timothy Drive and Johnsons Road) will be closed.

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Easter Closures

The Waratah-Wynyard Council Office will be closed Friday, 15 April and will re-open Wednesday, 20 April, at 8.30am.

Warawyn Early Learning will be closed Friday, 15 April and will re-open Tuesday, 26 April, at 7.00am.

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ANZAC Day Services

On 25 April there will be ANZAC DAY services held across the Waratah-Wynyard municipality.

Environment

Spanish Heath Blitz

Spanish heath is familiar to many Tasmanians as a highly invasive weed. In the north-west coast it is becoming increasingly prevalent and spreading at an alarming speed. Spanish Heath is often confused with native species due to the remarkable similarities it has with our own native heath species.

Thanks to the State Government Weed Action Fund, we have a unique chance to stop this invasive weed before it gets out of control and impossible to eradicate.

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Cam River Reserve Upgrades

Council advises that the barbeque area at the Cam River Reserve will be unavailable for use from Monday 28 March due to new concrete and shelter upgrades.

Have Your Say

Ballad Avenue Recreation Reserve

The community are invited to have their say on a concept plan to develop a public recreation space which includes an off-leash dog park and fully self-contained freedom camping site in Ballad Avenue, Wynyard.

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Energy Saver Grants Program extended until end of financial year

Applications for the Waratah-Wynyard Council’s Energy Saver Grants Program will now be
extended until the end of the financial year. The Program offers non-for-profit community
organisations in the Waratah-Wynyard municipality the opportunity to apply for a 50% co-contribution toward energy saving initiatives to help combat climate change.