Mayor Peter Petty is seeking to quell rumours circulating through the community regarding the position of Chief Executive (General Manager) at Tenterfield Shire Council.
Residents are advised that Tenterfield Shire Council will be undertaking bridge replacement works on Harrigans Lane, commencing on Monday 15 May 2017 for a period of up to six weeks, weather permitting. The bridge is located approximately 780 metres from the intersection of Harrigans Lane and Mount Lindesay Road.
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The NSW Police Force Community Portal is our newest tool in assisting you to connect with us, making reporting easier in your time of need. We hope you find it useful, comprehensive and above all a complimentary addition to our already successful and efficient reporting mechanisms.
Mayor Peter Petty is pleased to announce the success of a Council funding application for a truck wash facility for the Tenterfield Saleyards.
General Manager of Tenterfield Shire Council, Mr Damien Connor, has recently been appointed to the Board of Directors of NSW Local Government Professionals.
Water meter reads will commence on the 8 May, 2017. In order to help Council staff it would be appreciated if property owners could:-
Council will commence the removal of fallen leaves from trees in the streets of Tenterfield. Leaf pick up will be on Wednesday and Thursday of each week until mid-June 2017.
New South Wales Cross Border Commissioner James McTavish has applauded the relationship between Southern Downs Regional Council and Tenterfield Shire Council, suggesting the formal strategic alliance is a model that could be used in other cross-border regions.
Residents and businesses are advised that Tenterfield Shire Council will be commencing staged pavement works in Rouse Street from Wednesday, 26 April 2017 for a period of up to 6 weeks, weather permitting.