Proposed Council works

What we’ll build this year.

Here’s a list of some of the projects, big and small, that Council will be working on in your

neighbourhood this year. Moruya and surrounds • Mogendoura Bridge rebuild 600** • Araluen Road replace pipe culverts 150* • Moruya Arts Centre 898** • Moruya pool car park 40** • Quarry Park car park + footpath 25 • Moruya fishing platform 70 • Moruya Airport 614 • Moruya RSL hall improvements 18 • Mechanics Hall repaint + brickwork repairs 30 • Murray St, Moruya new footpath (Evans to Thomas) 100** • Congo Road, Congo (south) construction 520** • Gundary Park new fenced playground 238* • Gundary Oval field 1 topdressing 10* • Albert Stewart Park, Moruya renew picnic settings 13 • Moruya main beach toilet block, extend+ accessible toilet 51* • Basketball stadium, Moruya, upgrade kitchen,exit/entry, roof 65 • Gundary Oval sportsground amenities, extend + extra changerooms, kitchen upgrade + bbq 330* • Moruya Showground, upgrade shelter 102* • Moruya Swimming Pool clubroom + kitchen upgrade 30 The projects are funded by Council and also show where they have secured NSW and Australian Government funding. *fully or partially funded by rate variation (year 2 of 4-year capital program) **fully or partially funded by Australian or NSW Government grants, may include some in kind contribution from Council, and may run over multiple years • all amounts in $000

You can find details about these and all our other activities in Council’s Delivery Program and

Operational Plan Budget 2016-17. The figures listed may differ from those published in Council’s Operational Plan 2016–17. Note: the $ figures above have been rounded up and in some cases combined figures for the same project for ease of reading. For updated figures throughout the year, please review Council's quarterly budget review reports on the website. Source

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