Here’s what happened at Kyogle Council November meeting

400 trees were planted along Fawcetts Creek by community volunteers in a collaborative project initiated by Kyogle Council. Photo: Contributed

A total of 400 trees were planted along Fawcetts Creek, opposite the Kyogle Recreation Reserve, by community
volunteers as part of a collaborative project initiated by Council to restore 1 ha of riparian vegetation along the

Susanna Freymark

Here is a summary of the Kyogle Council meeting on Monday, November 13.

Listen to the full meeting podcast here.

Deputy mayor Tom Cooper said there were apologies for absent councillors including Danielle Mulholland, Hayden Doolan, Rob Cullen and Kylie Webster (Mr Cooper explained that Mayor Kylie Thomas recently married and had changed her surname to Webster).

Bedding down in evac centre

Ms Mulholland put forward a motion for council to seek funding for bedding at evacuation centres. Read the issues associated with that here.


Read the monthly finance report here.

Works in progress

Read the council’s works program here.

What has council done this year?

The numbers tell a story about what council has done this year. Read the story here.

Read the annual report here.

Community grants announced

Here are the groups who received money for their projects.

Read the council agenda and minutes here.

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