NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 194 of the Local Government Act 1999 that the Wattle Range Council resolved to commence public consultation for the revocation of the following parcel of land from the classification of Community Land:
Allotment 2, D118378, 12-14 Bowden Street, Penola (Ulva Cottage and Bond Store)
The revocation of this land from classification as community land is proposed to allow Council to transfer the property to the National Trust of South Australia.
In accordance with Council’s Community Engagement Policy, the public are invited to comment on this proposal to revoke the property from classification of community land.
A copy of the Consultation Report is available for viewing at the Penola Visitor Information Centre, Arthur Street, Penola or the Millicent Office, ‘Civic Centre’, George Street, Millicent; or can be downloaded here, and any person may make relevant representation in writing concerning the proposed revocation.
Written representations marked “COMMUNITY LAND REVOCATION PENOLA” – and addressed to Wattle Range Council, PO Box 27, MILLICENT SA 5280 CLOSE on Friday, 3 August 2018 at 5 pm.
Each person making a submission should indicate the reasons why Council should consider retaining the land as Community Land or for Community purposes and whether the person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission.
Contact Council on (08) 8733 0900 for further details.
Council is currently seeking community comment on a report about erosion at the Salmon Hole / Post Office Rock. Comments can be provided on the feedback form or in writing by the closing date. All comments received will be considered by Council and submissions may be made public.
The closing date for comments is 8am on Monday 23 July 2018
Council received funding from the Coast Protection Board to prepare a report on the current status of erosion at the Post Office Rock and management options. The project was prepared by Patrick Hesp, Strategic Professor in Coastal Studies and Head of Environmental Sciences at Flinders University. The Coast Protection Board has undertaken annual beach surveys to monitor erosion and this report provides analysis of those surveys. The report also estimates the timeframe for erosion impacts on infrastructure such as Bowman Scenic Drive and Pool of Siloam. The report recommends relocation of the beach access tracks at both ends of the bay, maintaining the causeway connecting Post Office Rock to the shore and investing in a drone and software to cost effectively monitor the site.
Following a forum hosted by the Beachport District Development Association on 5 July 2018, Council is seeking feedback from the community on the Beachport Boat Ramp.
Council is preparing a numerical model to trial different management options and would like to better understand the priorities for trial. Options include optimisation of the current boat ramp, changes to the groynes or alternate locations for the Boat Ramp. Other suggestions are also welcome.
Council encourages anyone with an interest to complete the survey online or in hard copy. Feedback forms were distributed at the community forum and are available from the Beachport Visitor Information Centre.
Feedback received by 3 August 2018 will be provided to Council for consideration.
Due to their nature, some types of development proposals require public notification. This allows people likely to be affected by the development the opportunity to comment.
Any application(s) currently on public notification are available to view here and anyone wishing to make representation to Council should do so in writing by the closing dates shown on the notice.
The Nangwarry community have started brainstorming ideas for a 10 year master plan for the pool. We welcome your suggestions by email to email@example.com.
The Penola Town Square is an ongoing project being progressed by Wattle Range Council and members of the Penola community.
A community based consultation group has been formed to further develop a vision for the square considering the needs and desires of the future users of the space.