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.
A motion to reduce the number of councillors elected to Cobar Shire Council has caused tempers to flare at last Thursday’s April Ordinary Meeting of council. Cr Yench had put forward a notice of motion calling for a report on the process to reduce the number of councillors from 12 […]
NetWaste representatives visited Cobar recently and were impressed by infrastructure improvements at Cobar Waste Depot. In the last year council has installed 3.2km of fencing, constructed a waste oil drop off area and installed new signage. The waste oil and battery drop off area is just inside the main gate […]
The NSW Outback Division of General Practice (NSWODGP), which operates the Cobar Primary Health Care Centre (CPHCC) in Harcourt Street, has petitioned Cobar Shire Council for a $300,000 extension to the centre. NSWODGP Interim CEO, Peter Spence made a presentation to Cobar Shire councillors at an extraordinary meeting of council […]