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Council will tonight consider a multi-pronged plan to support the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Elected members and senior executives met last week to develop an action plan targeting three central pillars: the city’s economy, our people and the recovery phase.
On behalf of my fellow Councillors I would like to assure our community that in this time of unprecedented need Council are taking steps to establish and implement an agile and nimble structure in order to make informed and responsive decisions for the benefit of our community through this difficult journey.
City of Mount Gambier is turning the lights off at prominent locations on Saturday 28 March 2020 as part of the global conservation movement, Earth Hour. Lights at Centenary Tower, City Hall, Lady Nelson Brig ...
Further to City of Mount Gambier’s response to COVID-19 on Thursday 19 March 2020, community safety remains paramount. As such, we provide the following update regarding Council services effective Monday 23 March 2020.
Take a look inside the proposed Community and Recreation Hub. Enjoy a tour of the proposed facility and a small example of the many activities and uses for this community space. For further details visit www.haveyoursaymountgambier.com.au/CaRH
Did you know you can now take polystyrene to the Waste Transfer Station and dispose of it for free. The Waste Transfer Station has a new machine that can melt down polystyrene so that it can be recycled into new products.
Watch this short video for more information about which types of foam and what condition it must be in to enable it to be processed by the machine.
Mandala art can be both inspirational and therapeutic! Join us as we guide you on creating your very own. Bookings 8721 2540 #art #librarylife #creativity https://t.co/R2WGiZkGIL
Back by popular demand! Our amazing volunteer Heather is back to have you strumming away to your favourite tune. Bookings essential #ukulele #music #librarylife #lifelonglearning https://t.co/nY0ZeTXPr7
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