Council notices
Week commencing 6 February 2017

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Nestlé Junior Triathlon - Saturday 11 February, 2017
Trial Bay Triathlon - Sunday 12 February, 2017

The 28th Coastline Credit Union Trial Bay Triathlon and 25th Nestlé Junior Triathlon will be held in South West Rocks this weekend. Not for the faint hearted, Sunday’s main event incorporates a 500m swim, 25km cycle and 6km run.

The events are presented by the Trial Bay Triathlon Committee and sponsors Coastline Credit Union and South West Rocks Country Club, and all proceeds from the event will go to local charities and community groups.

Visit www.trialbaytri.com.au  for more info and www.kempsey.nsw.gov.au/roads#triathlon for a list of resulting South West Rocks road closures.

Community safety meetings

PACC meeting - Monday 13 February, 2017

The first quarterly meeting of the Police and Aboriginal Consultative Committee (PACC) for 2017 will be held from 9:30am to 11:30am on Monday 13 February at Kempsey Shire Council Chambers located at 22 Tozer Street, West Kempsey. With a focus on community safety and crime, the Aboriginal community are invited to attend.

For more information, please contact Inspector Stuart Campbell at Kempsey Police Station on 6561 6199

CSPC meeting - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

The Community Safety Precinct Committee (CSPC) is the forum through which NSW Police Force and Government agencies consult the community and other key stakeholders on crime prevention and community safety issues at a local level.

A CSPC meeting will be held from 10am on Tuesday 14 February at Kempsey Shire Council chambers located at 22 Tozer Street, West Kempsey. Local Area Commanders will present local crime information and raise awareness of crime prevention approaches. The community are invited to attend.

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Baby Bounce @ KSC Library

Suited to children aged 0 to 2 years, Baby Bounce is a program< that focusses on simple activities like singing and sharing stories to help encourage a love of books and reading in very young children. Activities focussed around reading and literacy also help parents and carers learn new ways to engage their babies and toddlers.

Baby Bounce will be recommencing for 2017 on Friday 10 February from 10:30am to 11am. Sessions are free, held on the second Friday of every month and there is no requirement to book, just turn up and enjoy the fun!

Weekly works schedule

This week our crews will be working on:

Completed installation of Mattys Flat solar street light
  • Bridge construction/maintenance: Install headwalls at Lukes Lane culvert
  • Flood mitigation maintenance: School House Drain - weed clearing
  • Drainage/kerb/footpath/drainage maintenance: All areas - maintenance response as required
  • Bitumen road resealing/maintenance: Pothole patching on Hat Head Road, Gowings Hill Road and Frederickton streets
  • Bitumen road construction/rehabilitation: Bitumen sealing on Middleton Street, South Kempsey and Gamacks Lane, West Kempsey; demolish failed kerb and gutter, excavate and replace pavement on Cochrane Street and Short Street, West Kempsey
  • Gravel road maintenance grading: Pipers Creek Road, Bottle Tree Lane, Mackenzies Creek Road, Oakland Road, Marys Bay Road, Houlihans Road
  • Roadside slashing: Macleay Valley Way (Kempsey to Frederickton), South West Rocks Road (Gladstone to Jerseyville), Plummers Lane, Summer Island Road, Smithtown Road, Armidale Road (Nulla Nulla Creek Road to Willawarrin, Nulla Nulla Creek Road, Hickeys Creek Road
  • Other works: Restore footpath and driveways on Macleay Valley Way (Creek Street to Chapman Street), Frederickton as part of Stage 2 streetscape upgrade; construct widened shoulder on Eden Street, Kempsey as part of Pedestrian Access and Mobility Project; excavation of Waste Management Centre for new waste cell construction

Development consents and complying certificates

Notification is given in accordance with section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 of the granting of the following development consents and complying development certificates:

Applicant no. Land Development description
T6-12-270 Lot 52 DP831029
Maria River Road
Crescent Head
Continued use of an existing building as dwelling
T6-14-335
Rev 02
Lot 88 DP752422
24-26 East Street
Bellbrook
Dwelling & shed
T6-16-360 Lot 22 Sec 5 DP758024
44 Cardwell Street
Arakoon
Two storey dwelling garage and swimming pool
T6-16-373 Lot 1 DP238270
5 Gill Street
East Kempsey
Additions to existing two storey dwelling
T6-16-411 Lot 2 Sec 39A DP759080
52-58 Marsh Street
West Kempsey
Parish administration building
T6-16-442 Lot 7 DP880231
22 Channells Way
Euroka
Tree removal
T6-17-3 Lot 1 DP908396
94 Maineys Road
Turners Flat
Alterations and additions to existing dwelling

Development consents are available for inspection, free of charge at Kempsey Shire Council, 22 Tozer Street, West Kempsey, between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday (except public holidays).

Notice of proposed developments

The following applications have been received and are notified in accordance with the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000. Please note that not all applications require public notification.

Application no. Land Proposed development Applicant Consent authority Exhibition period
T6-16-436 Lot 5 DP259389
190 Sherwood Road
Aldavilla
Change of use - Bed & breakfast Ms R A Mearns Kempsey Shire Council 7 February 2017 -
20 February 2017
T6-17-24 Lot 7 DP74874048
Ocean Street
South West Rocks
Alterations and additions to existing two storey dwelling J & A Byrne Kempsey Shire Council 7 February 2017 -
20 February 2017
T6-16-267
(revised plans)
Lot 301 DP754441
50 Dulconghi St
Crescent Head
Demolish existing dwelling and construct multistorey dwelling Ms C McDonald Kempsey Shire Council 7 February 2017 -
20 February 2017

A development application and accompanying documents may be inspected at Kempsey Shire Council, 22 Tozer Street, West Kempsey, any time between 8:30am and 4:30pm from Monday to Friday (except public holidays) during the exhibition period.

Any person may make a written submission to the consent authority in relation to a development application during the exhibition period. If a submission is made by way of objection, the grounds of objection must be specified in the submission. Please note that any submission received by Council may be made publicly available.

A person who makes a written submission to a development application is required to disclose all reportable political donations and gifts (if any) made by the person making the submission or any associate of that person within the period commencing two years before the submission is made and ending when the application is determined. A disclosure statement form and further details can be obtained from Council’s website www.kempsey.nsw.gov.au