Council initiatives to support community after bush fires

Council initiatives to support community after bush fires

Blue Mountains City Council will propose at next week’s Council meeting that a series of social wellbeing, environmental and waste, local economic and infrastructure initiatives be endorsed, to help the community recover after bush fires.
Blue Mountains
16 Jan 2020
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Lookouts and reserves reopen in Blue Mountains

Lookouts and reserves reopen in Blue Mountains

Many Blue Mountains lookouts and reserves have been reopened today (14 January, 2020) now that conditions have improved and there is isolated and low fire activity in the area.
Blue Mountains
14 Jan 2020
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Council works with ADF and RFS to clear dangerous trees after bush fires

Council works with ADF and RFS to clear dangerous trees after bush fires

A small Australian Defence Force unit joined Council officers in the Mount York precinct on Thursday, 9 January to lend a hand. After two days of work they moved on to Bell. Planning is also underway …
Blue Mountains
13 Jan 2020
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Council supports Blue Mountains' community in recovery

Council supports Blue Mountains' community in recovery

Blue Mountains City Council hosted a bush fire recovery meeting for residents of Mount Tomah, Mount Wilson, Mount Irvine, Bell and Berambing on Saturday.
Blue Mountains
13 Jan 2020
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"Love Local" Blue Mountains' businesses after bush fires

Blue Mountains City Council is urging residents to spend at least an extra $20 a week locally in 2020, to help the City recover after bush fires.
Blue Mountains
13 Jan 2020
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Enforceable Undertaking between Blue Mountains City Council and SafeWork NSW

Enforceable Undertaking between Blue Mountains City Council and SafeWork NSW

Following the signing of the EU, SafeWork has withdrawn the prosecutions commenced against the Council in the Local Court, Sydney.
Blue Mountains
13 Jan 2020
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Council to provide additional weekly green bin collections

Council to provide additional weekly green bin collections

Blue Mountains City Council is offering weekly green bin collections from Monday 13 – Friday 31 January, 2020.
Blue Mountains
7 Jan 2020
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Council announces further support for bush fire preparation and recovery

Council announces further support for bush fire preparation and recovery

Blue Mountains City Council has extended the free green waste drop off and will waive Council development application fees for people whose homes have been destroyed by the current bush fires.
Blue Mountains
3 Jan 2020
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COUNCIL CONTINUES TO ACCEPT GREEN WASTE FOR FREE

COUNCIL CONTINUES TO ACCEPT GREEN WASTE FOR FREE

Blue Mountains City Council will continue to accept green waste free of charge at Waste Management Facilities until 6 January 2020.
Blue Mountains
23 Dec 2019
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