Jun 172012
 
Postal Address PO Box 219, Mullumbimby, NSW, 2482
Address 70 – 90 Station Street, Mullumbimby, NSW, 2482
Phone 02 6626 7000
Fax 02 6684 3018
DX 20007 Mullumbimby
Area (sq Km) 567
Population 32126
Email council@byron.nsw.gov.au
Web Address http://www.byron.nsw.gov.au
Contact page http://www.byron.nsw.gov.au/contact-information

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PARKING CHANGES IN BANKSIA DRIVE

If you use Banksia Drive in the Byron Arts and Industrial Estate - there are some changes to parking.

Please note the new 'No Stopping' and parking signs. This has been done to improve the flow of traffic in this area as a result of the work on the Bayshore Drive roundabout.
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How about a temporary 40k/hr speed limit in Grevillea and acacia streets before someone gets hit by the traffic speeding through .

Was there any consultation with the businesses along banksia drive ??

What about telling the round-about contractors to work to full capacity during sunny days. Hurry the completion. I drive Ewingsdale road everyday and only ever see minimal action, rarely any machinery operating or work done. Lots of inspectors and men in charge. The roads around the industrial estate are barely wide enough. Reminds me of the roads in Bali, only motorbikes can access.

Did I not say this

COUNCIL DOING HAY RUN FOR DROUGHT
Council's Steve Scott has loaded up one of our trucks with hay, chook food, dog food and other bits and pieces and is off to Bingara this weekend.

Thanks for giving up your weekend Steve - we're sure the farmers will appreciate the load and hopefully it will ease the pressure a little bit.

Well done to Tony from the Mullum Rural Co-Op and the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce for helping to organise the relief effort.
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COUNCIL DOING HAY RUN FOR DROUGHT Councils Steve Scott has loaded up one of our trucks with hay, chook food, dog food and other bits and pieces and is off to Bingara this weekend. Thanks for giving up your weekend Steve - were sure the farmers will appreciate the load and hopefully it will ease the pressure a little bit. Well done to Tony from the Mullum Rural Co-Op and the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce for helping to organise the relief effort.

 

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Well done Steve 🙌🏻

Good on you Steve 👍

Good work Scotty

Onya Scotty

Your a champion Steve

👏 well done Steve

Good job Steve! 👏 Gav did one a couple of weeks ago.

Well done

Awesome job Uncle 👏

Big effort Scotty,good on you!

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We are fortunate to serve a community that is interested in Council’s activities and keen to be involved in our decision-making processes.

We value this passion and Council is committed to working with residents to make better decisions.

Our Draft Community Engagement Policy is now on public exhibition, and we're after your feedback and comments.

Click the link below to read the policy in full. To have your say email submissions@byron.nsw.gov.au

www.byron.nsw.gov.au/Home/Tabs/Public-Notices/Revised-Draft-Community-Engagement-Policy
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We are fortunate to serve a community that is interested in Council’s activities and keen to be involved in our decision-making processes. We value this passion and Council is committed to working with residents to make better decisions. Our Draft Community Engagement Policy is now on public exhibition, and were after your feedback and comments. Click the link below to read the policy in full. To have your say email submissions@byron.nsw.gov.au https://www.byron.nsw.gov.au/Home/Tabs/Public-Notices/Revised-Draft-Community-Engagement-Policy

 

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Fix the bloody roads there is sinkholes and potholes you can bathe in in ocean shores and guess what our international and state and interstate visitors have seen them and it is your embarrassment The ratepayers are over it Do something right f now

Start correctly negotiating with the Macquarie St , get rightful funding and fix the bloody roads and other areas of infrastructure that you are ignoring. If you don’t this Shire is going to have a massive bill for redoing complete road section as a result of your neglect. Stop laughing about it and ACT NOW! Please.

Roads are a disgrace. Rates up astronomically and potholes remain the same. Even when you fill them you make it concave so the water still pools in them. It is like plugging the titanic.

While I know the Council have their supporters under their Green credential and I have been one of them. But, it is about time the council pull their collective fingers out and get on with doing the job they were voted in to do, primarily keeping the infrastructure up to date and usable at least. Otherwise that public support will diminish considerably. The potholes may just become the issue that see this Green dominated council being on the road outa here. That would be a shame, but, they need to take notice. I would be interested to see how many support my feelings?

We can start by having a "talk fest" about forming a committee to decide whether it is a good idea to pay a consultant ,and a lawyer in case we get sued ,in Sydney to advise us whether it we should go ahead with it,and then find out there is no money because it's gone in fees to the consultant and legal fees, but there's always next year, where we will repeat the process once again ......And so on !

Alchornstreet near gaggin park so many potholes hardly any street left !

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To all of our regular library users - the Mullumbimby, Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay libraries will be closed tomorrow (17 October 2018) for a staff training day. ... See MoreSee Less

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To all of our regular library users - the Mullumbimby, Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay libraries will be closed tomorrow (17 October 2018) for a staff training day.

As part of the NSW Environment Protection Authority's Don’t be a Tosser! campaign, the community is being reminded that there is no excuse for littering. The central message of this year’s campaign is If it’s not in the bin, it’s on you!
Please continue keeping the Byron Shire beautiful by putting your rubbish in the bin.
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As part of the NSW Environment Protection Authoritys Don’t be a Tosser! campaign, the community is being reminded that there is no excuse for littering. The central message of this year’s campaign is If it’s not in the bin, it’s on you! Please continue keeping the Byron Shire beautiful by putting your rubbish in the bin.

 

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Bloody hell Deborah

Should have made it a backpacker

What about the lady that is sleeping outside the Community Center?

Byron council doesn't have enough bins along the streets in easy access...why have many of the few bins that were visible and accessible been moved around corners and into areas away from seating tables and ketbsides? Just brainless council !

The EPA recycling program is working well. The recycling points are filthy dumping grounds

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