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.
Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries called in to Cobar last week to deliver a cheque for $11,910 from the Murray Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Programme’s Energise Enterprise Fund. Mr Humphries presented the cheque to Cobar Shire Council mayor Lilliane Brady and Cobar Business Association secretary Angela Shepherd and said […]
Cobar Shire Council’s cash position has improved over the past year. Council’s audited financial statements will be presented to tomorrow’s Ordinary Council Meeting with Council’s director of finance and community services Kym Miller “delighted” with council’s current cash balance. Mr Miller told The Cobar Weekly they had originally planned for […]
Janine Lea-Barrett is currently the front runner after the first preference votes were counted on Saturday for Cobar’s 2016 local government election. As of yesterday and before the second count of preferences was finalised, Mrs Lea-Barrett looked certain of gaining one of the 12 positions on Cobar Shire Council having […]