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Why Access & Inclusion is Worth Your Investment
Margaret River Council Chambers
Tuesday 3 March 2020
5pm - 7:30pm (networking between 5pm - 5:30pm)
Complimentary refreshments and finger food provided
Join 30 Foot Drop for a series of Tapping In - Business Sundowners focused on why access and inclusion is worth investing in. These sessions will be informative, interactive and entertaining. You will have an opportunity to network with like-minded businesses and come away with research-based knowledge on how business can begin Tapping In.
RSVP to Jessica Black at firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 9780 5276.
Future Tapping In - Business Sundowners:
Tuesday 10th March 2020, 5 - 7:30pm: Myths & Realities of Employing People With a Disability
Tuesday 31st March 2020, 5 - 7:30pm: Tourism & Events - How to Attract & Plan for Everyone
Funded by the Lighthouse Project, delivered by Local Government Professionals Australia WA. Funding for the Lighthouse Project is provided under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) stream and administered by the Department of Communities.
The Department of Transport has released 49 low district AU number plates for purchase from the Shire of Augusta Margaret River. The number plate range is from AU10 to AU336 and AU344 to AU805.
You can purchase the plates from the Margaret River Shire Office on Thursday 20th February 2020. Doors open at 9am.
Shire Revenue and Customer Service Coordinator Vicki Scott said these low number plates have been in high demand, and will go quickly.
For more information, please contact the Customer Service Team on 9780 5255.
The Shire has endorsed a plan that seeks to address community safety concerns at critical cliff sites along our coastline.
Hear from our consultant Geotechnical Engineer who will explain more about recent limestone cliff assessments and the recommended actions at sites including Riflebutts, Surfers Point, Gnarabup and Gracetown.
Information Session Dates
5.30pm -7.30pm Thur 27 Feb, White Elephant Cafe Prevelly
5.30pm -7.30pm Fri 28 Feb, Gracetown Community Hall
For more information and to RSVP
The next Bush Fire Advisory Committee Meeting will be held in Council Chambers, 66 Allnut Terrace, Augusta on Wednesday, 19 February 2020 commencing at 6.00pm.
All members of the public are welcome to attend.
For further information, please contact Lisa Garstone on 9780 5639 or via email at email@example.com
Chief Executive Officer
The local government has received an application to use and/or develop land for the following purpose and public comments are invited.
Proposed: Animal Husbandry (Feedlot) – Revised
This proposal is a revised version of an application for a feedlot at this property, advertised in August 2019. The proposal has now been modified and is for the intensive farming of 1,000 head over the months of November to May in 60 day rotations, with a total throughput of 3,000 head. The proposed feedlot is located in the north east of the property, north of Treeton Road, and if approved would see the existing feedlot south of Treeton Road, closed. Supporting documentation can be found here. Property location: Location Plan
Property Address: 355 (Lot 100) Treeton Road, Cowaramup
Closing date for Submissions: 21 February 2020
Application Number: P219421
You make make a submission using the following form: Submission Form
Details of the above proposal(s) are available for inspection at the Shire offices. Any person wishing to comment should do so using the submission form or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org on or by the closing date as indicated above, with all submissions quoting the relevant application number. This proposal has been advertised to provide an opportunity for the public to comment. The Shire will determine the application on its merits having due regard to any submissions received within the advertising period.
PO Box 61
Margaret River WA 6285
41 Wallcliffe Road
Monday to Friday
Ph 08 9780 5255
Fax 08 9757 2512
66 Allnut Terrace
Monday to Friday
Ph 08 9780 5255
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