Here’s council’s to do list, it’s almost as long as mine…

Susanna Freymark

Kyogle Council has a lot of projects on the go.

The projects were listed at the Kyogle Council meeting on June 13 in the Strategic Planning Projects Tracker spreadsheet under headings Completed, In progress, On hold and Not yet commenced.

We have listed the projects we thought most relevant to readers here.

Projects currently in progress

● Assess the viability and need for smaller lot sizes for more diverse agricultural pursuits

● Prepare a tourism development strategy

● Identify housing opportunities in infill locations

● Review the supply of residential zoned land and where required, zone additional land for housing

● Prepare a housing needs assessment to determine housing need and demand for aged care and disability support services

● Plan for infrastructure to support growth in villages – sewerage at Tabulam, Wiangaree and Mallanganee

● Masterplan for Kyogle CBD

● Work with Transport for NSW to look at impacts of trucks through Kyogle CBD

● Support the Richmond Range Trail and Fairy Mount Recreation Project

● Prepare landscape plans for Woodenbong, Tabulam and Bonalbo

On hold

● Woodenbong rural residential proposal (Lindesay Creek Rd and Mount Lindesay Rd): waiting on a scoping report that was expected to be finished earlier this year.

Grant-funded projects (some of them)

● Mallanganee Observatory

● Cats and Dogs Living Together – pound upgrade

● Feral deer prevention program

Projects not yet started

● Work with Transport for NSW to investigate a new state border crossing and improvements to Summerland Way, Mount Lindesay Highway and Mount Lindesay Rd

● Advocate for improvements to Clarence Way and with Transport for NSW investigate B-double access between Casino and Tabulam via Bruxner Highway

● Look at ways to protect koala populations

● Plan and deliver places for community respite from heatwaves

Read the full list here.

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