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Now the extra bin collections over the holiday period have finished up, normal bin collection days have resumed.
Forgotten what the 'normal' days are? This image below shows the correct bin day calendar. Please note there was an error in the Resource Recovery Guide 2020/21 bin day calendar. Printed guides that were posted out had red bin collection for the first week of August instead of yellow.
Please continue with the existing routine of putting out your bins as per the amended calendar below.
Now is a great time to pop a recurring bin day reminder in your phone or if you would like a printed copy you can download the calendar here or pick up a sticker calendar at the Shire offices.
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held at 5.30pm on Wednesday 27 January 2021 in Council Chambers, 41 Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River. Items which may be considered at the meeting include*:
The following agenda briefing sessions will be held prior to the meeting:
1.00 – 3.00pm: Gnarabup Tourism Development
3.00 - 3.30pm: Cowaramup Bike Parking
3.30 - 4.00pm: Major Review - Community Strategic Plan
All members of the public are welcome to attend.
For further information and requests for deputations, please visit amrshire.wa.gov.au or contact Governance Officer / Council Support, Claire Schiller on (08) 9780 5205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*This list is subject to change. A final list of agenda items and briefings will be available on the Shire’s website from 6pm Friday 15 January 2021.
Well we said we’d keep you updated, so that’s what is in store for this month’s Works Update Newsletter. Grab a cuppa, a comfy chair and enjoy the read 😊
AUGUSTA BIN SURROUNDS
Aaaah, Augusta, what a beautiful place. As part of the annual budget for purchasing bin surrounds, we have commenced installing them along our high profile area along the Blackwood River in Augusta. From old to new – what a difference a bin makes.
COWARAMUP – IS IN FULL BLOOM
Heaps of colour in Cowaramup right now. Here is what they have been doing.
Over the last few years ,the Parks & Gardens team have been working very hard to improve the appearance of the Shire. These photos show some examples of the work that they have achieved.
This has come about by working from a preferred plant and tree species list comprising of:
This work will be continuing in years to come in areas such as Hillier and Georgette POS and along road verges at Rotary Park and the Main Street through Margaret River.
Landscape works have taken place to improve the appearance of the facility and prevent people from parking where they should not. More work to follow for the rest of the area and further planting under the trees.
GNARABUP BOAT RAMP
Maintenance has been done on the deck, pylon supports, both embankments have been completed, the final touches to the sand nourishment also finalised. Rehabilitation, fencing and new bottom kerb rails are being installed, but the ramp is back in business!
AUGUSTA MAIN STREET PLANTING
The main street in Augusta is having a facelift. Parks and Gardens team have been planting and it looks a treat.
MARGARET RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
Adding colour around our high school. Just wait until the plants bloom, it will be beautiful.
Sub-soil drainage works have been carried out on the next section of Leeuwin Road. The Shire will be back at Leeuwin sometime in the future to do more planned works. These works are funded by Regional Road Group, Main Roads and the Shire.
Just one of the little jobs that are done by works. Pipe epoxy grouted and sink hole repair (McCormick St, Rapids Landing).
WALLCLIFFE CYCLE PATH
The wonderful Wallcliffe Cycle Path, is now 90% complete. To finish it off we will install some signage, paint some lines and potentially build a rock wall.
PARKS AND GARDENS (P&G) UPDATE
During this financial year, P&G will be reinstating damaged garden edging and constructing new edging in various parks throughout the shire. This is being conducted to remove potential safety risks and to prevent the turf from growing into garden beds. This will help to reduce the amounts of spraying we have to conduct and reduce the amount of Glyphosate we use. Here is an example from Shilton POS.
WRIGHT ROAD - WARNER GLEN ROAD
Wright Road and Warner Glen Road intersection. These works are funded by Regional Road Groups, Main Roads and the Shire. The intersection has been raised and the works are to improve the overall structure and safety of the road.
KEVILL ROAD - WIDENING
Welcome to the new Kevill Road. Reconstruction complete, line-marking, signage and second seal still to be completed.
There has certainly been a buzz around the Youth Precinct the last month. As you can see from these photos, there are some great pathways. This has improved access and safety for all. Come along and enjoy our little hub of activity, or simply grab a coffee and take a walk around the facilities.
FUN FACT: Well its Christmas soon, so in a number of different languages (sorry if we missed any) we wish you all a
The Shire of Augusta Margaret River’s 2019/20 Annual Report is now available for viewing at the Shire Administration Offices in Margaret River and Augusta, at the Shire Libraries and on the Shire’s website at www.amrshire.wa.gov.au.
The 2019/20 Annual General Electors Meeting will be held at 4.30pm on Wednesday 27 January 2021 in Council Chambers, 41 Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River.
The meeting will consider the Annual Report and the Annual Financial Statements for the 2019/20 Financial Year and any other business.
All members of the public are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting of Electors.
For further information please contact Governance Officer / Council Support Claire Schiller on 08 9780 5253 or email@example.com .
A final list of agenda items will be available on the Shire’s website on Wednesday 20 January 2021.
Chief Executive Officer
Project Summary: In accordance with section 3.50 of the Local Government Act 1995, Part 3 (functions of Local Governments – Closing certain thoroughfares to vehicles), works being carried out by the Shire of Augusta Margaret River are reconstruction and widening of Rosa Glen Road [as indicated on map] These works are funded by Main Roads – Regional Roads Group and the Shire. Commencing intersection of Davis Road and crossing over Noakes Road.
Commencement Date: These works are programmed to commence Wednesday 9 December 2020. It is anticipated works will take approximately 12 weeks to complete (weather permitting). Works will cease 25 December 2020 to 3 January 2021 (inclusive). Recommencing Monday 4 January 2021.
Property Access: During works, only property owners, school bus operators, milk tankers and workers in the area, will have access along this section of Rosa Glen Road. All other traffic will be diverted via Noakes Road or to Brooks Rd.
Traffic Management: During works, Visual Message Boards will be in place at Warner Glen Road and Davis Road intersections to Rosa Glen Road. Traffic management signage will be in place and some delays are likely. The Shire will endeavour to avoid lengthy delays, however where an alternative route is possible, please consider this. The Shire appreciates your patience during these works.
Further Information: Should you have further enquiries regarding these works, please contact the Shire’s Coordinator Works, Neale Pike on 0409 011 783 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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