Media releases - November 2018

Media releases - November 2018

29/11/2018 Council aims to be greenhouse gas emission free
THE Clarence Valley Council has set a target to cut its net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. Read more ... 
29/11/2018 Take care in the water this summer
WITH the weather warming and many people starting to count the days to a Christmas break, Clarence Valley Mayor, Jim Simmons, has issued a note of caution. Read more ... 
26/11/2018 Off road adventurers race into the Clarence Valley this weekend
MULTI-sport adventurers will tackle some of the Clarence Valley’s most rugged and beautiful country this weekend for Adventurethon Demolish, another enticing event in Clarence Valley Council’s sports tourism program. Read more ... 
26/11/2018 New rules for short-term rentals
SHORT term rental will be allowed in R2 low density residential areas of the Clarence Valley for the first time under new NSW Government rules, which applies mainly to coastal areas. Read more ... 
22/11/2018 Change to council meeting dates
MEETING dates for the Clarence Valley Council and its committees are to be pushed back a week each month. Read more ... 
22/11/2018 Time to get RID of illegal dumping 
Illegally dumped waste is all too familiar a sight in the Clarence Valley. Read more ... 
19/11/2018 Maintenance works for Turners Beach area
A SECTION of Harbour Street, Yamba, and the Turners Beach car park will have daytime closures for two days next week for some timely TLC. Read more ... 
13/11/2018 Grafton’s Jacaranda Season goes global
GRAFTON’S Jacaranda Season is well on its way to becoming one of Australia’s must-visit events, following a record-breaking season that almost broke the internet. Read more ... 
12/11/2018 Library offers incentive to get feedback on its collection
THE Clarence Regional Library is asking the community to give its opinion on the types of items it purchases for its collection. Read more ... 
8/11/2018 Work starts on river viewing platforms
THE redevelopment of the Maclean riverside precinct takes a major step forward today as contractors start preparing for the installation of two river viewing platforms, similar to one constructed at the nearby McLachlan Park. Read more ... 
7/11/2018 Sharing the good vibes over summer
IT’S no secret the Clarence Valley is a pretty special place for a holiday. Read more ... 
7/11/2018 Mayor encourages support of disrupted businesses
CLARENCE Valley Mayor, Jim Simmons, is encouraging shoppers to show their support for businesses affected by works associated with the construction of a new Grafton bridge. Read more ... 

 

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