Following extensive consultation with the community and relevant stakeholders Council has drafted its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan with the aim of providing equity of access and inclusion to all services, facilities, functions, events and information provided by Council.
Council welcomes feedback and comments regarding this plan and members of the public are invited to make submissions to Council in relation the draft.
Written submissions marked ‘Draft Disability Access & Inclusion Plan’ must be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Wattle Range Council, PO Box 27, MILLICENT, SA, 5280, or forwarded by email to email@example.com and must be received by no later than 5pm on Thursday, 14 November 2019.
Copies of Council’s Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan are available from each of Council’s Offices and the Millicent Library, during normal office hours, or can be downloaded below:
These documents are also available in alternative formats by reasonable request, please visit your nearest Council office, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 08 8733 0900 for details.
Earlier this year Council sought community comment on a proposal for the Revocation of Community Land Classification of land situated at 8 and 10 Railway Terrace, Beachport.
A report was prepared for Council regarding the feedback received and presented at the ordinary meeting of Council held on the 10 September 2019.
At this meeting it was resolved that Council take steps to examine options for the land situated at 8 and 10 Railway Terrace, Beachport (Allotments 21 and 22 D46814) and that these options should be included in the considerations for the 2020/21 budget.
Council staff will be hosting a preliminary consultation sessions and meetings to gather further community comments and views on the matter.
Interested parties are invited to meet with Council staff to express their views in one-on-one drop in sessions on:
Alternatively, written comments regarding this matter can be provided to Council by:
Any enquiries should be directed to Council’s Director Development Services, Steve Chapple on 8733 0900 during office hours.
Council is undertaking a review of its Compliments & Complaints Handling Policy; Request for Service Policy and Internal Review of Council Decisions Policy. Council is proposing to amend these documents into the following structure:
The general public are invited to submit their written feedback regarding the proposed documents to Council by 5pm on 1 November 2019.
Submissions can be sent to Wattle Range Council by:
Submissions received may be made publicly available through their inclusion in the agenda papers for a Council Meeting.
Due to their nature, some types of development proposals require public notification. This allows people likely to be affected by the development the opportunity to comment.
Any application(s) currently on public notification are available to view here and anyone wishing to make representation to Council should do so in writing by the closing dates shown on the notice.
The Nangwarry community have started brainstorming ideas for a 10 year master plan for the pool. We welcome your suggestions by email to email@example.com.
The Penola Town Square is an ongoing project being progressed by Wattle Range Council and members of the Penola community.
A community based consultation group has been formed to further develop a vision for the square considering the needs and desires of the future users of the space.