Council Column- 13 October 2020- Councillor John Horton

Over the past six Months I have talked about the light at the end of the Dark COVID-19 virus tunnel. At long last it seems Hilltops is emerging from the dark without any outbreaks. Again my congratulations go to all residents for sticking to the many restrictions which have ensured our safety to date. Stay vigilant and we shall continue to be safe.  

Hilltops Council | 13/10/2020

Council Column- 6 October 2020- Councillor Tony Flanery

Last weekend the O’Connor family celebrated 100 years of farming at “Oxton  Park”, Harden. The Oxton Park aggregation is the largest family farming enterprise in the Hilltops, stretching from Harden to Young. It is a truly remarkable feat and a testament to the family’s perseverance, skill and determination.  

Hilltops Council | 6/10/2020

Council Column- 28 September 2020- Councillor Greg Armstrong

  LEP work continues and Bribbaree shines As previously reported, Council has completed the Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) component of the Hilltops Local Environmental Plan (LEP) review project. The final outcome is a 149 page document that has been acknowledged by the State Government as a major tool in finalising the LEP process. The full colour LSPS is available online from the Hilltops website and I encourage everyone to visit the website to review the document.  

Hilltops Council | 28/09/2020

Hilltops elected leadership to continue

At the meeting, Mayor Brian Ingram congratulated Councillor Wallace and thanked him for his support over the past three years. “It is great to see Tony re-elected. I have enjoyed working closely with him and look forward to continuing that for the next twelve months. This is a pleasing result as it provides consistency for the community and the organisation,” he said.  

Hilltops Council | 24/09/2020

Celebrating small business in October

October is NSW Small Business Month and Hilltops Council, the NSW Government and Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre have combined forces to ensure Hilltops businesses can share in the celebrations. A series of online workshops designed to support individuals and reboot business will be presented during October.  

Hilltops Council | 24/09/2020

Household Chemical Collection

The follwing dates, times and locations have been confirmed for the Household Chemical Collection in the Hilltops area:

Hilltops Council | 22/09/2020

Spillway closed due to safety concerns

Council have identified a slip hazard on the flume spillway at the rear of Chinaman’s Dam in Young

Hilltops Council | 18/09/2020

Water disruption in Young Thursday 15 September 2020

Council will be conducting water main renewal works in Young this evening. Homes and businesses in the following areas will be without water from 11pm tonight, Tuesday 15 September, for approximately 2 hours. The work is being completed at this time to minimise disruption to residents.  

Hilltops Council | 15/09/2020

Spotlight on illegal dumping

A seven dollar tip fee could have saved one Hilltops resident an administrative fee of $577.00 plus the costs of employing a professional excavation company to clean up their property.  

Hilltops Council | 15/09/2020

Council Column- 16 September 2020- Mayor Brian Ingram

2020 has been challenging in many ways, with current circumstances making it more important than ever for us to stay connected with each other. Last week was RUOK? Day, an important reminder that you don’t have to be an expert to keep the conversation going when someone says they’re not OK.  Make time to listen, encourage action and check in with them throughout the process. Something as simple as a conversation could save a life.  In the current environment there is a lot of stress out there in the community. Please look after yourselves and each other. 

Hilltops Council | 15/09/2020

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