Public Exhibitions and Notifications
Narrabri Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan – Property Floor Level Survey
As part of Narrabri Shire Council’s (NSC) commitment to providing a flood resilient community, NSC is preparing the Narrabri Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan (NFRMSP). The NFRMSP will be a comprehensive floodplain risk management plan that will help guide NSC to address flood risk in and around Narrabri.
NSC has commissioned WRM Water & Environment and Gleeson Surveying to help deliver components of the NFRMSP. Gleeson Surveying are a local company that have been tasked with delivering a property floor level survey for all land within the township of Narrabri. The property floor level survey will help NSC and Narrabri residents fully understand their flood risk and help inform Council’s future flood mitigation strategies.
On behalf of NSC, from December 2018 until February 2019 Gleeson Surveying will be attending homes and businesses in and around Narrabri and taking a ground and floor level measurement at each property. Gleeson Surveying will be entering properties via the driveway or front gate during normal business hours for a period of 5 to 10 minutes. The surveyor will not require entry to your house/business and this process should not disrupt your daily routine.
We thank you in advance for your understanding and ask that you let Gleeson Surveying staff conduct this important work without disturbance. Should you have any questions please contact Narrabri Shire Council on (02) 6799 6866.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC EXHIBITION
DRAFT Swimming Pool Barrier Inspection Program
Under the Swimming Pools Act 1992 Councils are required to develop an affordable and effective pool barrier program in consultation with the community.
The Draft Swimming Pool Barrier Inspection Program is relevant to all swimming pools regulated under the Act with a significant portion of the Draft Program based around the inspection of premises with pools to ensure the pool barrier complies with relevant standard.
Council, invites submissions from any interested party. Any submission should be addressed to the General Manager of Narrabri Shire Council, PO Box 261, Narrabri New South Wales 2390 and must be made prior to 5pm, 6 May 2019.
The Draft Program is on public exhibition between 9 April 2019 and 6 May 2019 and can be inspected at the following locations:
• Narrabri Shire Council Administration Office, 46-48 Maitland Street, Narrabri during office hours 8:35am-5:00pm Monday – Friday,
• online by clicking the below link
Should you require further information in relation to this notice please contact Council’s Planning and Regulatory Department on 02 6799 6866.
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES - ANZAC DAY
Council would like to advise there will be temporary road closures in Narrabri, Wee Waa and Boggabri on Thursday 25 April 2019, for the purpose of conducting Anzac Day Dawn Services, Marches and Memorial Services.
Please find detailed road closure information below.
Council advises that the following streets in Wee Waa will be closed between the hours of 5:45AM – 6:30AM and 10:30AM – 12:00PM
Council advises that the following streets in Boggabri will be closed between the hours of 8:30AM – 10:00AM
Council advises that the following streets in Narrabri will be closed between the hours of 10:00AM-11:30AM
The Minister for Water, Property and Housing is seeking nominations for board appointments to the Wee Waa Showground Land Manager. Further details can be found in the below document.
PARTHENIUM WEED = PROHIBITED MATTER
Local Land Services has confirmed Parthenium weed has been located in Mungindi, Carinda and Lightning Ridge over the past couple of weeks and we now need your help to stop it spreading.
How does this weed affect you?
The weed adversely affects human and animal health and can cause:
• respiratory problems
• severe dermatitis
• tainted meat if stock eat the plant within one month of slaughter
• tainted milk.
Landowners are advised to never touch the plant with bare hands and always use a dust mask if working near the weed for extended periods. Please be aware that allergic reactions are not always experienced with the first contact with the plant but can develop after a number of exposures. Once a reaction to parthenium weed develops, some individuals may show similar reactions to related plants such as sunflowers. This reaction can be so severe that allergic people can be forced to move away from parthenium weed-infested areas.
How does it spread?
The weed is spread by seed and tolerates a variety of conditions.
The main pathways for introducing this weed to NSW are:
• harvesting machinery
• hay and grain
• livestock floats, and
• vehicles from infested areas of Queensland.
What does it look like?
Parthenium weed is an annual plant with a deep taproot and an erect main stem. The weed usually grows to a height of 1–1.5m although it can grow to 2m high.
Please report all sightings of this weed to Council’s Weeds Officers on (02) 6799 6866.