Brookfield Rail will upgrade the flashlight level crossing on Dumbleyung Lake Grace Road Neendaling.
To carry out these works the road will shut down for a period of two days –
18th and 19th of March 2014.
The road will be closed from 0600am on Tuesday 18th and reopened again at 1830pm on Wednesday 19th, at the same time the railway will be closed to traffic in the section. Advanced Traffic Management will be directing traffic to the temporary detour road in place at the site for the duration of the closure.
Sealing Our Future
The Shire commenced the bitumen road sealing program for this financial year on Wednesday 19 February with Bitutek being the contractors responsible for the bitumen services.
The aggregate for the road works was supplied and delivered by local Fyfe Transports. Works started at Biddy Buniche Road north-east of Newdegate under ideal conditions.
As seen in the photograph is Haydn from Bitutek being responsible for neat connection of new seal with
Biddy Buniche Road is a 2 coat seal construction that was reconstructed by the Shire construction team because the existing surface was severely potholed.
Other road sealing will include North Lake Grace Karlgarin Road, Newdegate North Road, Holt Rock South, Biddy Camm/Beenong North Intersection (second coat) and Lake Grace and Lake King Town Street - Parking Bay.
Extension of Restricted Burning
Period 19 September to 15 March 2014
has been extended to the 25 April 2014
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
To be held at the: Lakes Village Hall Bishop Street Lake Grace
Thursday, 13 March 2014
Commencing at 2.30pm and Concluding at 4.30pm
In accordance with the Local Government (Financial Assistance) Act 1995 the Commission is required to conduct public hearings with local governments in connection with the Financial Assistance Grant recommendations and also to discuss any submissions made to the Commission by local governments.
Order of Proceedings:
1. President to open the hearing.
2. Introduction by the Chair of the Commission
3. Presentation by the Commission on its role, function and the process it uses to determine
Financial Assistance Grants.
4. Discussion on Submission (if submitted)
5. Close of hearing
The WA Local Government Grants Commission recommends on an annual basis to the State Minister for Local Government on the allocation of Financial Assistance Grants to local governments in Western Australia. Organisations or persons wishing to make a submission, in connection with the Financial Assistance Grant recommendations of the Commission, at the above hearing, are requested to register their interest with:
Mr Shannon Wood
WA Local Government Grants Commission
Tel: (08) 6552 1416 E-mail: