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one of Australia's leading country centres. Set on the banks of the Richmond River in the Northern Rivers of NSW, Casino is in the heart of the
Richmond Valley
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The NSW Division of Local Government have recently released a document titled "Becoming a Councillor". Local Government elections in NSW are scheduled for September 2012 so persons interested in becoming a Councillor are encouraged to access the above mentioned document at www.dlg.nsw.gov.au
Council is inviting interested persons/organisations to express their interest in the tenancy of an area of 286m² in the Casino Community and Cultural Centre (Walker Street, Casino). Expressions of interest should be forwarded to the General Manager, Richmond Valley Council, Locked Bag 10, Casino 2470 or by email to council@richmondvalley.nsw.gov.au by 10 February 2012. The expressions of interest should identify details of the proposed use of the area, proposed period of tenancy and information in regard to potential rental terms and conditions. Further information in regard to the tenancy area can be obtained from Ken Exley at Council telephone 02 6660 0272.
On 24 May 2011, Council adopted a Revenue Policy for 2011/2012 that included a water charging structure as follows: Water Charge Category Services Charge $ Estimated Yield $ GST Included Consumption Charges:- Residential Customers   $1.70 a kilolitre for the first 200kL $2.55 a kilolitre greater then 200kL 1,895,707 N Non-Residential Customers   1.70 per kilolitre 2,247,500 N Access Charge         20mm Water Service 8,008 111.00 888,888 N 25mm Water Service 175 174.00 30,450 N 32mm Water Service 45 285.00 12,825 N 40mm Water Service 69 444.00 30,634 N 50mm Water Service 60 694.00 41,640 N 65mm Water Service 1 1,173.00 1,173 N 80mm Water Service 13 1,776.00 23,088 N 100mm Water Service 24 2,775.00 66,600 N 200mm Water Service 1 11,100.00 11,100 N Total 8,396   5,249,605   At an Extraordinary Meeting of Council on 13 December 2011, convened to consider a proposal from the Northern Cooperative Meat Company in relation to water pricing and other matters, Council resolved to advertise a proposal to amend the revenue policy by providing the Northern Cooperative Meat Company with water at 70% of the residential users price for 2011/2012 ie 70% of $1.70 = $1.19 per kilolitre. No other changes to the water pricing structure for 2011/2012 are included in this proposal. The proposed change is on public exhibition from Wednesday 25 January 2012 to 4.30pm Wednesday 22 February 2012. During the exhibition period, submissions from the community can be forwarded to the General Manager, Richmond Valley Council, Locked Bag 10, Casino, 2470. In order for the community to be fully informed (so as to facilitate informed comment) copies of the minutes from the Council Meeting and an information document are available for inspection at the following locations or available for download from Council’s website at www.richmondvalley.nsw.gov.au   Casino – Council Office, cnr Walker Street and Graham Place Evans Head – Council Office, Woodburn Street  
Expressions of Interest are invited and will be received up to 4.00pm on Friday 24 February 2012, for the lease of the Casino Community Entertainment and Sporting Complex located in Canterbury Street, Casino. The complex incorporates the Sports Stadium and associated shop front and the adjacent Civic Hall. The lease is for a period of 2 years commencing 1 April 2012 with a further option for an additional period of 2 years. Further information and a copy of the proposed lease can be obtained by contacting Council's Governance Officer, Deborah McLean on (02) 6660 0300.
Old Lawrence Road, Busbys Flat approximately 900m along the road – will be closed at the timber bridge to enable Council to carry out replacement of the timber bridge from 13th February 2012 to 24th February 2012. For any enquiries, please contact Neil Schneider on 0409 458 126. Council apologises for any inconvenience. Works will be carried out weather permitting.
The Evans River & Coastal LandCare Incorporated group was formed in 2012. Our workdays are the first Sunday of each month at various sites around Evans Head. Some of the current sites where we are working are - the Sand Dunes South of the Surf Club, The Reserve and Kalimna Park on Ocean Drive. Our work days for the first 6 months of 2012 are: Sunday 5 February, Sunday 4 March, Sunday 1 April, Sunday 6 May and Sunday 3 June. Our work day begins at 7.00am in the hotter months and we stop around 12noon, come and join us anytime. For contact details go to either www.richmondlandcare.org or www.richmondvalley.nsw.gov.au
Due to Richmond Valley Council area having been declared a Natural Disaster area, there is an opportunity for private land-owners who gain access to their property via Crown Roads to claim for Flood Restoration Funding for repairs to the Crown Road back to the pre-flood condition. The land-owner must contact Council and request an inspection and estimate for restoration works required. Council staff will inspect the roads nominated and include them for assessment by the Roads & Maritime Services (RMS) as part of the Richmond Valley Council Flood Restoration funding application. Council does not inspect or claim for Crown Roads under normal conditions as they are not under Council control but if requested by an affected land-owner can assist in processing the claim for repairs. There is a limited time available to report damage and property owners living on roads not regularly maintained by Council should consider advising Council of any repair requirements as early as possible. Please contact Council on 66600300. Submissions will close 24 February 2012.
Tender No: 217.12 - Salty Lagoon Rehabilitation Program; Closure of Artificial Channel – Dredging and Construction for Salty Lagoon Rehabilitation Implementation Strategy. Tenders sealed and suitably endorsed are invited from suitably qualified contractors and will be received up to 2.00pm (NSW time), Thursday 1 March 2012, for the closure works of the artificial channel connecting Salty Lagoon to Salty Creek at Evans Head NSW. Quotation No: 216.12 - Salty Lagoon Rehabilitation Program; Closure of Artificial Channel –Post Closure Revegatation (PCR) for Salty Lagoon Rehabilitation Implementation Strategy. Quotations sealed and suitably endorsed are invited from suitably qualified contractors and will be received up to 2.00 pm (NSW time), Thursday 1 March 2012, for the revegetation works after the closure of the artificial channel connecting Salty Lagoon to Salty Creek at Evans Head NSW. Tender documents and further information may be obtained from Council's Water and Sewer Environmental Engineer, Gillian Marchant (02) 6660 0294 or Council (02) 6660 0300. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Canvassing of councillors will disqualify.
Clean Up Australia Day is to be held on Sunday 4 March 2012 We are looking for expressions of interest for Volunteer Site Coordinators throughout the Richmond Valley Council Local Government Area. If you can assist please contact Carla Dzendolet on 66600282. Further information can also be found about the event including site registration requirements on www.cleanup.org.au
Notice is hereby given that an Extraordinary Meeting will be held in the Richmond Valley Council Chambers, corner Walker Street and Graham Place, Casino, on Monday, 6 February 2012 commencing at 8.30am to consider the following matter: Recruitment of General Manager It should be noted that due to the confidential nature of personnel matters, it is proposed that this item will be discussed in Closed Council (which excludes press and public).

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