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- We Want Your Feedback! All recreation activities, venues and facilities, not just sports!
- Dumbleyung Mini Mall update
- Community citizen nominations
- Historical locality sign update
- Harvest mass management scheme
- Houses for rent
- Main Roads faults
- Mosquito management
- Bushfire brigade training day
- Public notices
And so much more!!
The section of Dawson Street, from Absolon Street to Violet Lane, will be closed from 3:00pm to 8:00pm on Friday 19 October 2018 for the purpose of the CRC Street Party.
BUSHFIRE BRIGADE TRAINING DAY
Wednesday 24th October 2018 at the Moulyinning Fire Shed
1:30pm—2:30pm FCO Meeting/Pre Season Check
2:30pm –5:00pm Bushfire Brigade members, new workers and farm units’ welcome
BBQ & Drinks provided after.
Any queries please phone the Shire on 08 9863 4012 or Kim Gooding CFCO on 0427 832 026
DUMBLEYUNG MINI MALL – OPENING SOON
You may have noticed the fit out for the Dumbleyung Mini Mall has commenced with intended opening in November. We have received some exciting interest however this space allows for more. You can enquire to be a Shopkeeper for 6hrs per week or to simply display your items in the Mini Mall with sales managed by the Shopkeepers. It’s simple, affordable and a space to have a go! If you would like more information please call Nicole at the shire – even if it’s just the curiosity getting the better of you!
How will the Dumbleyung Mini Mall Operate?
We have two tiers of how you can be involved with the physical Mini Mall.
1. Mini Mall Shopkeeper (Minimum 6hrs shopkeeping per week)
2. Mini Mall Brand Display (No shopkeeping)
Both require an application/hire form to be completed at the shire office for approval.
What is the difference between a “Shopkeeper” and a “Brand Display”?
Brand Displays will pay a weekly hire fee of $20 for their items to be displayed and sold in the Mini Mall. This is for those who don’t have the time to shopkeep.
Shopkeepers will share the weekly hire fee of $50 for the space on a more permanent basis and manage displays, customer service and sales.
SEEKING INFORMATION - Recreation Plan 2018
The shire is currently reviewing the Recreation Plan with an aim to incorporate it into our suite of integrated plans. We would like to hear from individuals on where they think recreation is heading in the shire and what facilities, equipment and/or services we will need to support this. Please write in to the shire with your email@example.com or PO Box 99, Dumbleyung WA 6350.
All clubs are invited to comment, if you haven’t received the email, please get in touch with us to obtain a copy.
There has been amendments to the ‘Application for a Farm Haulage Concession’ VL21 form
Should you require further information please call into the Shire office for an updated application form.
WE ARE NOW IN THE RESTRICTED BURNING PERIOD
19th September to 31st October
1st February to 31st March
Restricted Burning Period – It is unlawful to set fire to the bush during this time except in accordance with a permit obtained. The Restricted Burning Period can be varied i.e. shortened, extended, suspended, reimposed by the Shire 14 days at a time if seasonal conditions require.
Harvest Mass Management Scheme
Please be aware that the changes to the 2018 Harvest Mass Management Scheme has been finalised by Main Roads. If you want to drive a RAV Rated Vehicle on a Non-RAV Rated Road, part of the process will now be gaining endorsement for the road from Main Roads. Main Roads advises to do this as early as possible. There is more information regarding the 2018/19 Harvest Mass Management Scheme on the Main Roads Website
NOMINATIONS OPEN | Citizen of the Year Awards
Do you know an outstanding community member or group who deserves a little recognition for their efforts?
Nominate them today for the Shire of Dumbleyung Community Citizen of the Year Award! NOMINATIONS CLOSE 31ST OCTOBER.
Request a nomination form at the shire office or nominate online:
Awards presented at the annual shire Australia Day Breakfast