Cessnock City Council, Maitland City Council and Singleton Council are excited to launch the kerbside garden organics collection service which starts from Monday 6 March 2017.Read More
Public Notices and Exhibitions
Revised Development Proposal - MILLFIELD 223 lot Residential Subdivision - On exhibition 15 February 2017 to 17 March 2017
Nominations For Community Representatives Cessnock City Council Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Committee.
Cessnock City Council is seeking volunteer community representatives for its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Committee. The role of the Committee is to provide advice to Council on matters specific to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Nominees must identify as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person and should be a resident of the Cessnock local government area.
The Draft Terms of Reference outlines the role of the Committee. People interested in nominating for membership to the Committee are required to complete the Nomination Form and address the selection criteria.
Nominations should be addressed to The General Manager, Cessnock City Council, PO Box 152, Cessnock, 2325. Nominations close 4.00 pm on Wednesday 1 March 2017.
If you require further information regarding the Committee please contact Council’s Acting Community and Cultural Engagement Manager, Ms Natalie Drage on 4993 4118.
Recent mining activity under Blackhill Road Black Hill has caused significant subsidence on Blackhill Road at the intersection with Meredith Road.
The Mines Subsidence Board is coordinating traffic control and repairs in the longer term. In the meantime motorists should exercise caution when approaching Meredith Road as the grade of the road and sight distances are affected.