Shire of Goomalling

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Public Notice - Road Closure 30 Forward Street

It is hereby notified for public information that under Section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997, the front portion of Right of Way (ROW) adjacent to Lot 98 (30) Forward Street Goomalling is to be closed permanently to form part of Lot 98 Forward Street Goomalling, with a portion of the rear of Lot 98 Forward to become the remaining section of the Right of Way (ROW). This closure of ROW from Forward Street will prevent public entry but entry will still be provided from Forrest Street for all lots within the vicinity.

Comments and submission are invited and will be received at the Goomalling Shire Office by no later than 12 Noon on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

Appointment of new Chief Executive Officer

Council have appointed Mr Peter John Bentley to the position of Chief Executive Officer with the Shire of Goomalling for a period of three (3) years commencing on 3 September 2018.

After a 3-month period of recruitment conducted in conjunction with John Phillips Consulting, Peter Bentley was chosen by Council as their preferred candidate. Mr Bentley has almost 20 years’ experience in Local Government and currently holds the position of CEO at the Shire of Kent.

Council is keen to continue to work with the community in meeting its social, cultural, environmental and economic expectations.

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Pictured: Cr Julie Chester, Cr Rodney Sheen, Cr Chrissie Barratt, Cr Joe Bowen, Cr Roly Van Gelderen, Cr Kevin Ryan, Shire President Cr Barry Haywood and Mr Peter Bentley.

Town Standpipe Key

Please be advised that a bond of $100 is now applicable for the use of the key to the water standpipe on Salmon Gum Way, which will be refunded immediately upon return of the key.

$200 Fines are now in force

Dog Owners who do not pick up after their dogs are now faced with an on the spot $200 fine. Shire staff and rangers are patrolling the area and will advise the ranger when required. 

Please do the right thing and pick up after your dog. The Recreation Grounds are for everyone's enjoyment. 

Fire Response Vehicle Identifier Stickers  

To assist authorities identify vehicles which can assist DFES in bushfire response, DFES and the Shire encourage owners of such vehicles or machinery to apply for a Fire Response Vehicle Identifier windscreen sticker. The stickers are designed to enable passage of approved vehicles through the vehicle control points (road blocks) where approved by the Incident Controller. Appliances or machinery without a Vehicle Identifier sticker may be delayed or prevented from assisting in the response.

Stickers for the period ending 30 September 2018 are now available and application forms are downloadable here. Multiple stickers may be issued to persons with multiple suitable vehicles/equipment – one application form per vehicle is required. Owners must read and understood the “Operating Private Equipment at Bushfires” publication and will make drivers of the vehicle familiar with this document.

Should you have any questions please contact the Shire on 9629 1101.

Permits required for vehicles over 19m long, traversing on our local roads

Even if you hold a Main Roads WA permit you are still required to obtain a permit from Council to traverse on local roads.

To renew your permit or apply for a new permit, please apply in writing advising of all Prime Mover and Trailer Registrations, along with $13.20 per configuration. Permits are valid for one year from the date of the application.

Shire of Goomalling
Clem Kerp, Chief Executive Officer

32 Quinlan St  |  PO Box 118

Ph: (08) 9629 1101  |  Fax: (08) 9629 1017

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