New Council cops employed to tackle compliance issues

Cobar Shire Council’s new compliance
officers, Adele Lindley and Michael Ryan,
have been employed to tackle compliance
and enforcement issues.

Cobar Shire Council has teamed up with
Compliance Officers from Regional Ranger
Services to assist Council with tackling a
range of compliance and enforcement issues.
Michael Ryan and Adele Lindley will be
primarily responsible for ensuring the amenity
of the Cobar Shire is maintained by identifying
and rectifying issues relating to littering, illegal
dumping and water pollution concerns, footpath
and road obstructions, parking and traffic
control and companion animals, just to name a
The pair bring a wealth of experience in the
local government compliance space, with a
strong focus on animal control and welfare.
They are part of a specialist team working
with councils across NSW to help regulate and
educate pet owners on the state’s evolving
companion animal legislation and can help
locals overcome a range of behavioural issues
in their canine companions.
A free microchipping day is among one of
the initiatives Mr Ryan and Ms Lindley plan to
roll out while they are in town.
To discuss how they can help you, contact
Council during business hours.