Newsletter April 12th

Here is an update regarding matters that have come up since our last email on 26 March 2020.To find out about Council’s response to COVID19 please go to:  One change, as of 8 April, is the cancellation of free green waste at the tips.  Waste that can be stored for a long time without creating a health hazard is not to be taken to the tip – this includes green waste. Council’s kerbside bin collection for domestic waste will continue.

Update from last meeting
At a previous meeting the community expressed concern regarding the relative high speed of traffic between Huskisson and Woollamia. The Voice requested a speed review for this section of the road. Transport for NSW reviewed the speed and found that it is “in accordance with the NSW Speed Zoning Guidelines”. Full letter can be found here. How to make a deputation to a Council meeting – note information on the council website has not been updated. Instructions here.

SCC Planning documents for you to comment on:Jervis Bay Rd intersection upgrade
Three intersection treatment options have been assessed against the strategic priorities for the project.
Visit to take part in the project survey by Monday 13 April 2020 (tomorrow!)
Council has allocated $120,000 to replace the existing playground at Moona Moona Creek from Shoalhaven City Council’s Playground Replacement Fund. Please input into this project by completing the survey here.
The survey is open from 18 March to midnight 17 April 2020.

Recent Development Applications in Huskisson / Woollamia
DS20/1119, 17 Hawke St, Huskisson, Relocation of the former church on the subject site and demolition of the existing associated hall and shed – Amend Condition 1, Submitted: 23/03/2020

Click here to access SCC’s DA Tracking

Events/ Other
Shoalhaven City Council’s Arts Board is offering two arts grants.
A Sense of Placeup to $10,000 for art forms such as photography, music, dance, new art forms, performance and literature. Includes public art that improves engagement with the arts and enhances the urban environments of the Shoalhaven. More information
The Arts Practitioners’ Professional Development Grantsup to $3,000, focuses on supporting individual artists, arts workers and small groups to enhance their skills and build sustainable careers. Eligible activities include: mentorships, residencies, research trips, masterclasses, and creative developments. More information
The grants are open until Friday 8 May 2020.
March round of Clubgrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants will now close on Monday, 20 April 2020.
The March 2020 round will give priority to bushfire affected communities, to assist in the recovery efforts. 
The online applications will now close 5pm (AEST) Monday 20 April 2020.
 More information
 Bushfire Recovery newsletters

Kind Regards,
Committee HWCV
Date: 04/12/2020

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