Councillor Rod Kendall addresses the local impact of the Corona Virus, talks us through impacts of the Northern Suburb traffic conditions, where the money will go for Dunns Rd, why being a regional business is an advantage when placing tenders with Council from now on, who should have more bins and why…and finally with the entwine project not being successfully tendered what is the project all about. Find out here. Other programs including Member Matters, About Town and the Wagga Daily are on our 24/7 livestreaming Loop at www.waggawagga.tv.
Councillor Kerry Pascoe debuts on Council Corner. Does he believe lights should be installed at McDonalds Park and Robertson Oval? What does he think about the Lake Albert deal? What does he think of this weekend’s Mardi Gras? Find out here and have your say on local topics that matter. Other programs including Member Matters, Council Corner and the Wagga Daily are on our 24/7 livestreaming Loop at www.waggawagga.tv.
Councillor Paul Funnell has his Council Corner debut where he discusses the deal being negotiated with the Water Minister around Lake Albert tapping into the Murrumbidgee River, why events to Wagga such as the Junior Cycle Classic is important for our city and a reminder to get ready for AFL action this weekend at Robertson Oval, Wagga. Firstly though – can the lake be fixed? Find out here and have your say on local topics that matter. Other programs including Member Matters, Council Corner and the Wagga Daily are on our 24/7 livestreaming Loop at www.waggawagga.tv.
Councillor Dallas Tout has his debut appearance on Council Corner. Today the Deputy Mayor speaks to Adam about the unanimous decision to approve Mayor Greg Conkey’s notice of motion to lobby the State Government for adult lay down change facilities on NSW highways, we talk about the budget resetting for 2020 to 2021, why there is a need for two traffic committees and finally if you’re thinking about joining council, why you should attend the workshops coming up in the months ahead.
Councillor Tim Koschel talks with Adam on Council Corner about last night’s meeting. Sturt Street development application was approved, rezoning of green zone in Estella causing headaches for neighbour as Shopping Centre developers “re-jig” plans, Roadside Memorial policy pulled back and why a large developer had their deferment of payment application denied. What are your thoughts? Let us know on Facebook.