Mayor, Rhonda Hoban said “Bridge elements for the Lanes Bridge construction project will shortly need to be craned in so the project can continue on schedule. This means there will be significant delays to traffic anytime between the hours of 6.00am and 6.00pm on the 27 November 2018 and during the week commencing Monday 10 to Saturday 15 December 2018 inclusive, weather permitting.”
“A timetable summarising the planned traffic delays is listed below and is also on Council’s website www.nambucca.nsw.gov.au under Lanes Bridge,” said Paul Gallagher, Assistant General Manager Engineering Services.
|Day||Date||Time||Traffic Delays / Road Closures|
|Tuesday||27 November||AM / PM||30 minutes|
|Monday||10 December||PM||30 minutes|
|Tuesday||11 December||AM||30 minutes (min) and up to 2 hours (max)|
|Wednesday - Friday||12 -14 December||AM / PM||30 minutes (min) and up to 2 hours (max)|
|Saturday||15 December||AM||30 minutes|
Note: There will be NO pedestrian or traffic access during these closures
Paul Gallagher said, “Lanes Bridge is currently a one lane bridge under traffic light control with a 20 tonne load limit.” “As previously advised appropriate signage advising of the bridge closure will be erected at the following designated intersections:
“There is an alternative route to and from Bowraville via Wilsons Road”, said Paul Gallagher, “and road closure information will also be provided via Media Releases, the MyRoadInfo and Lanes Bridge portal on Council’s website and an email alert to those who have already registered as interested parties.” …../ends
For enquiries please contact Council’s Engineering Services Department on 6568 0230 or email email@example.com.
DATE: 16 November 2018
Council wish to advise that there have been six known occurrences of Giant Devils Fig recently found in the Nambucca Valley, so there is still a chance to keep this aggressive plant at bay and protect our beautiful environmental and agricultural areas.
Media Release - Construction of Lanes Bridge, Bowraville is about to commence
The importance of controlling this weed is highlighted in last year's release of stringent control Biosecurity (Tropical Soda Apple) Control Order 2017. If you believe you may have this weed growing on your property, please Council's Site Leader Green Space on 0417 484 306 for further advice on control methods.
Nambucca Shire Council has resolved to replace Lanes Bridge at Bowraville with an all concrete structure. A community consultation meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday 6 June 2018 at the Bowraville Theatre, High Street, Bowraville. There will be two sessions, the first at 3.00pm - 4.00pm and the second at 6.00pm - 7.00pm.
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For several years Council has received ongoing complaints about the poor state of Dawkins Lake which is located in the centre of Macksville next to the Caltex Service Station and between the Pacific Highway and the Council’s Administration Centre in Princess Street.
A new skate park, lighting for the touch football field, a new community recreation room and fitness trails at Macksville Park will be officially opened by Nambucca Shire Council on Saturday 28 November and the community is invited to attend.
Nambucca Shire Council’s Auditor, Mr Geoff Allen from the firm Forsyths presented the Council’s audited financial statements to Council’s meeting on 26 November 2015.
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