Media releases - March 2019

Media releases - March 2019

29/03/2019 Help council name Jacaranda Park’s star attraction
PLAY equipment for the much-anticipated upgrade of Jacaranda Park should start arriving in Grafton soon, but the Clarence Valley Council wants help from residents to name the star attraction – the galleon play ship. Read more ... 
29/03/2019 Time running out to comment on EIS
PEOPLE who want to make a submission on the proposed north Grafton sewage treatment plant replacement have one week to make their views known. Read more ... 
28/03/2019 Youth Week jam-packed with activities
THE program for Youth Week in the Clarence Valley has been released and it’s packed with activities, including live music, skate, BMX and scooter clinics, and opportunities for youth to have their views heard. Read more ... 
27/03/2019 Four exhibitions and a festival open at gallery
FOUR new exhibitions and the annual plunge Art & Culture Festival are to be officially opened at the Grafton Regional Gallery at 5:30pm tomorrow (Thursday).  Read more ... 
27/03/2019 Condolence book for Christchurch ready for signatures 
A CONDOLENCE book for the victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack is now available in all Clarence Valley public libraries and council administration centres. Read more ... 
18/03/2019 Extraordinary council meeting on Christchurch shooting
An extraordinary meeting of the Clarence Valley Council will be held tomorrow at 1.45pm where the Mayor, Cr Jim Simmons, will present a mayoral minute in response to the events of last Friday in Christchurch.  Read more ... 
16/03/2019 Media statement from Acting Clarence Valley Mayor, Jason Kingsley
“This is a dark day for New Zealand and Australia. Read more ... 
15/3/2019 Community invited to select books for their library
CLARENCE Valley library users are invited to have their say in what they want to see on library shelves. Read more ... 
1/03/2019 Local government elections in 2020
CLARENCE Valley Council will wait until an independent review of prices is complete before making a decision on who will conduct local government elections in the Clarence in September next year. Read more ... 
1/03/2019 Applications open for community initiatives program
NOT for profit organisations or groups/individuals auspiced by a NFP organisation can now apply to Round 1 of the Clarence Valley Council’s community initiatives program. Read more ... 

 

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