Bitumen paving contractor Fulton Hogan, with the assistance of Cobar Shire Council staff, last week carried out an extra job when they were in town to do road resealing work. After completing work on Murray and Green streets, the crew then donated their time and services to reseal the driveway and carpark at the Cobar Hospital. The driveway and carpark upgrade are part of the Cobar Hospital Appearance Maintenance Project (CHAMP) refurbishment project. The CHAMP project is almost complete with some painting and light replacement still to be carried out.
Janine Lea-Barrett, Julie Payne and Christopher Lehmann are Cobar Shire Council’s newest councillors after Local Government election counting was finalised by the NSW Electoral Commission last Wednesday. The trio will join re-elected councillors Lilliane Brady, Peter Abbott, Peter Yench, Peter Maxwell, Harley Toomey, Greg Martin, Tracey Kings, Jarrod Marsden and […]
Major works will be undertaken to help preserve the Great Cobar Heritage Centre funded by a State Government grant. Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries with Minister for Tourism and Major Events Adam Marshall yesterday announced Cobar Shire Council had secured $295,603 in funding as part of the first round of […]
More business development, new investment, community leadership, attracting more visitors, having better public transport and more children’s services will make Cobar a better place to live. Those were the top priorities determined by a small group of interested residents at Cobar Shire Council’s public meeting last Wednesday night. Facilitated by […]