Here's a brief look at of some of the projects and activities currently underway involving Upper Lachlan Shire Council staff and contractors.
Please click on the highlighted hyperlinks to see photo galleries from these jobs.
- The old and damaged Taralga Water Treatment Plant was removed in preparation for the imminent arrival of the new Plant.
- Road drainage work completed on a section of Reids Flat Road.
- Around 40 people and about half as many dogs met with General Manager Colleen Worthy at the Crookwell Dog Park to discuss a number of matters including
- Appropriate fencing, with the possibility of 3 sectioned off areas
- A three gate system to prevent dogs from entering areas with vehicles
- Parking spaces within the dog park area
- Updated signage with Dog Park rules
- Better signage from the road and possibly on Google maps to assist people to locate the park.
- The new Taralga Water Treatment Plant arrived in Taralga from Adelaide. It will now undergo a process of connecting and testing anticipated to take around two weeks.
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment representatives Graham Attenborough (DPIE Manager Operations NSW), Robert Mitchell (DPIE Manager Sewer NSW), Peter Ledwos (DPIE Area Manager) and Andrew Sloan (DPIE Area Engineer) met with Tom Baldwin (ULSC Manager of Water, Waste & Sewer), Craig Bindoff (ULSC Coordinator of Water, Waste & Sewer), Colleen Worthy (ULSC General Manager) and ULSC Mayor Cr John Stafford to see first hand the situation with the Taralga Dam and Water Treatment Plant, and to discuss possible funding and logistical matters.
In the News
Mayor John Stafford's weekly spot on 2GN – 4th February, 2020
This week the Mayor spoke about: