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THE CORRYONG COURIER
THURSDAY JUNE 7, 2018
Upper Murray Sport
MAJOR PROJECTS: JUNE UPDATE
FROM SPORTS FIELD UPGRADES TO NEW INFRASTRUCTURE, COUNCIL HAS A LOT OF MAJOR PROJECTS
HAPPENING ACROSS THE SNOWY VALLEYS AREA.
KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THE MAJOR PROJECTS LISTED BELOW AND THOSE COMING UP ON OUR WEBSITE
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SNOWY VALLEYS COUNCIL
CONTACT YOUR COUNCIL
Tumbarumba Office Ph: 02 6948 9100
Tumut Office Ph: 02 6941 2555
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INTEGRATED PLANNING & REPORTING
Delivering on your vision
WHAT IS IPR?
HOW WILL WE BUDGET?
There is one week left to have your say on
Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting
In addition to Snowy Valleys 2028, the IPR
documents are made up of the:
Delivery Program 2018 - 2021
Operational Plan 2018 - 2019
Long Term Financial Plan 2018 - 2028
Asset Management Plan 2018 - 2028
Workforce Management Plan 2018 - 2028
Fees and Charges 2018 - 2019
“These documents are the most important plans
we have to make sure we deliver what you,
the community, told us you wanted during the
compilation of the Snowy Valleys 2028 vision,”
said General Manager of Snowy Valleys Council,
“Think of these documents as the blueprints for
what budget we will allocate, what projects we
will deliver, what infrastructure we will build in
order to achieve the vision you told us you had
for Snowy Valleys in the future.”
The Delivery Program highlights the priority
projects and activities for the current Councillors
during their term in office, including over $8.8
million in funding for Community Infrastructure.
In the Delivery Program you’ll also be able to
look up your community and see a breakdown of
spending and projects for that area.
For more detail, by looking at the Operational
Plan, you can see every one of the 82 action
items Snowy Valleys is planning on completing
between July 1 this year and June 30 2019.
Each action is aligned to a strategic theme,
and will support and encourage our unique
communities to prosper.
“I’d like to encourage you to have a look at the
documents, depending on your area of interest
and let us know what you think,” said Mr Hyde.
“The documents are online, or you can view them
at the Libraries, or our offices. I look forward to
hearing from you.”
Find all the documents at: snowyvalleys.nsw.gov.au/ipr
WHAT IS IPR?
Tumbarumba Pump Track ($149,500)
Consulting with Community and
Key User Groups
Tendering for design and
FINALISING DESIGN PLANS
Here’s what we’re up to in June:
Batlow CBD Masterplan ($700,000)
Adelong Creekscape ($516,000)
Talbingo Improvements to Public Areas
Tumut Bull Paddock Surface Upgrade
($130,000 + $297,130)
Jingellic Multi Use Track ($35,000)
REVISING DESIGN PLANS
Batlow Library ($1,000,000)
Khancoban Streetscape ($434,000)
Tumbarumba Creekscape ($425,000)
Tumbarumba Playground ($80,000)
Tumut Pool ($1,008,000)
Brungle Playground Works ($5,000)
The Tumbarumba Small Grants Program looks to
support projects that will provide social, financial and
cultural benefit to the Tumbarumba community.
Categories include arts & cultural activities, sport &
recreation, community welfare, heritage & tourism.
Applications close Friday 22 June 2018.
The grant is administered through a
partnership of Snowy Valleys Council,
the Tumbarumba Bendigo Bank and
the Hyne Community Trust..
TUMBARUMBA SMALL GRANTS - APPLY NOW!
Lester & Son
A tradition of personal, professional care since 1907
02 6056 1700
49 Thomas Mitchell Drive Wodonga
Ross Barnes, Andrew Harbick & David Wheeler
Resumes & Pathways – 13th & 21st June - 10am-3pm with Scott O’Brien (Wodonga TAFE).
Book appointment at CNC for assistance with your resume or employment/education pathways
Technology Playgroup – Tues, Wed,Thurs & Fri. – 1on1 assistance with all your IT issues - $5
Getting Crafty - Fridays - 1pm-3 .30pm – 39 Hanson – $5
Drawing Group – Friday 15th June - 1pm-3.30pm - 42 Hanson - $5
Water Exercise Group – Bus leaves 8.30am from Strzelecki Way to Wodonga every Thursday
Chemical Users & Chainsaw Course – Contact CNC for expressions of interest
Ladies Dinner Group –13th June, 6.30pm – Chinese Chopsticks – Names to CNC by 8th June.
Garden Group – Thurs 14th June 10am at CNC - 39 Hanson – Bring along some photos of
interesting flowers from your garden, or have taken in your travels. Swap Table, Morning Tea, $2
Writers Group – Tues June 19th – 42 Hanson St. Topic “diving for pearls”
Youth Space – Open after school and during school holidays.
LEGAL – DIAS - phone 0260562420 for appointment Hume Riverina Community Legal Service –
phone 1800918377 for appointment
EMPLOYMENT - Sureways - Every Thurs MADEC - Enquiries 60585900
CENTRELINK & VICROADS AGENCY - PRINTING - LAMINATING - FREE INTERNET ACCESS
Corryong Neighbourhood Centre
39 Hanson St, Corryong Vic 3707 ABN 38 793 076 812
Ph: 02 60762176 Email: email@example.com
A great field of 37
players participated in
Monday night’s singles
championship (23 men
and 14 ladies).
Results (Men):- R1:
Ken Sheather d. Craig
Jeffries, Matt Sheather d.
David Townrog, Thomas
Nicholas d. Neville Clarke,
Bill Sheather d. Kevin
Maroney, Norm Sheather
d. Gordon Paton, Duncan
Sheather d. Tom Newton,
Len Paton d. Ian Williams.
R2:- Rohan d. Ken,
Thomas d. Matt, Norm d.
Bill, Len d. Duncan, Gary
Caldwell d. Ben Hewatt,
Ron Pynappels d. Mark
Collins, Zac Tyrell d. Col
Brown, Tom Jarvis d.
Ray Rixon. R3:- Rohan
d. Thomas, Norm d. Len,
Ron d. Gary, Zac d. Tom.
Semi finals:- Rohan d.
Norm, Ron d. Zac.
Indoor Bowls Results
Final will be played
between Rohan Whitehead
Results (Ladies):- R1 -
Joan Jarvis d. Ruby, Jackie
Proctor d. Jane Spilsbury,
Lois Jephcott d. Bailee
Nicol, Shelby Spilsbury d.
Marg Davis, Janette Rixon
d. Thea Newton, Betty
Houston d. Maree Irvine.
R2:- Jackie d. Joan,
Shelby d. Lois, Betty d.
Janette, Janet Spurgeon d
Semi finals – Jacki d.
Shelby, Betty d. Janet.
Final will be played
between Jacki Proctor and
Draw - R8 11/6:-
CNC v AFL 8; Towong v
Hoppers* 1; Courthouse
v Attackers 2; Lucyvale
v Bandits 3; Skittles v St
George 4; Fab 4 v Indiettes
7; Bacashes v Shearers 6;
Thougla v Vipers 5 (* Mat
Monday 4/6:- Welcome
to Colleen Wood. Golfers
played a 3-person Pothurst
(back nine) and the winners
were Tony Hayes, Gwen
Woodroffe and Ruby with
25 points. Lucky ball went
Mixed midweek golf is
played over 9/18 holes on
Mondays and Wednesdays
9.30 for 10am start. New
Sunday 10/6:- ‘Equal
stableford off the ladies’
tees (12/18 holes - front 9)’
Welaregang visit: 2-person
ambrose over 18 holes -
DFP (return visit 29/7).
Note:- The Sunday
competition hit-off time is
now 11.30am for 12 noon.
June 10th - Holbrook
The boys were missing
a few key players and
others had been moved
to positions that left the
Hawks chasing tail most
of the day; although
there were some great
sets of play with the ball
travelling from coast to
coast to get one goal on
the board. The going was
tough but when the Hawks
went into attack their
accuracy was first class,
kicking five goals straight.
The Tigers didn’t allow
the Hawks to enjoy their
hard work for very long
at all, going straight from
the middle, three kicks and
Result:- Wagga Tigers
15.6 (96) d. East Wagga
Hawks: 5.0 (30). Goals:
C Gledhill 2, Z Nugent, N
Lattanzio, L Davis.
Hawks couldn’t get the win
Upper Murray Darts
Round 7 (June 12): Jaggers v Cooks; Dicky
Knees v F Troop; Legends Shop v Trogs.
Round 6 (June 5):- Jaggers d Trogs 6-1; Dicky
Knees d Cooks 4-3; Legends Shop d F Troop
Sharpshooters:- Men’s highest score: Duncan
Robertson, Brenton Low, Ian Paul & Murray
Russell 140; Men’s highest peg: Murray Russell
84; Ladies highest score: Kate Hodge 160;
Ladies highest peg: Kate Hodge 87.
Legends Shop 6 5 1 29 13 20 223.1
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