CLICK HERE to Open this week's Council Noticeboard Council's website is regularly updated with information and notices . Advertised notices may include road closures, meetings, tenders, development consents and approvals, public notices, events, activities, jobs and other matters and you can find this information on the following links: - Jobs at Council as at 5/4/2017 Mechanical Tradesperson (Mechanic) Closing date: Wednesday 5 April 2017 Assistant Works Supervisor - Maintenance Closing date: Thursday 6 April 2017 Duty Development Officer - Temporary Closing date: Thursday 20 April 2017 Temporary Development Support Administrative Assistant Closing date: Thursday 20 April 2017 Development Support Officer Closing date: Thursday 20 April 2017 IT Network/Security Administrator Closing date: Friday 21 April 2017 - Media releases - Tenders and EOIs - Current works - Temporary Road Closures - Public Exhibition - What's On - Have your say - Council meetings
There are many in the Eurobodalla Shire (and beyond) who do not have access to the Notice Board of jobs, tenders, Public notices, and development applications that Council provides to the local newspaper for publication each Wednesday. The Beagle thought that this was unfair and that such exclusive provision, at cost, of a Public Noticeboard should be free and widely available for all. Council have now agreed to reinstate the Notice Board on their website that you can now find HERE in a layout similar to below For the ease of our readers The Beagle will continue to bring the Council Noticeboard to you in the format below (when it is made available) as we feel it is easier for readers and it also offers readers a timely reminder to have a look at the Noticeboard from time to time to keep abreast of things happening in Council.
Above: Typical layout of Council's latest Noticeboard that you can find here for FREE
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