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Belyuen Community Government Council annual report 2018-19



Belyuen Community Government Council annual report 2018-19


Belyuen Community Government Council


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Belyuen Community Government Council Annual Report 2018-2019 33 | P a g e Core Services 2018-19 Activity Performance Objective Assessment it has not stopped the problem. Damage to road signs continues as people walk around the community during the night intoxicated. This has been addressed at community meetings however there has been no improvement in behaviour. Council will continue with further traffic management programmes through the next round of Roads to Recovery funds. There were no WHS issues. Waste management Plan for a deliver waste management services to reduce the risk of harm to the community, are environmentally sustainable and include waste management strategies for was reduction, reuse and recycling Regular collection of household waste, maintenance of landfill and quarterly community clean up days Two per fortnight bin pick ups Minimise windborne litter Good participation in community clean up. Seek funds to fence the dump area to help control dumping of rubbish. Veolia Waste pick up weekly in the community. Bins are now collected late morning giving time for people to put the bins out and not having the problem of dogs knocking them over when they were having to be put out the night before for a 6am pick up. The dump continues to be a major problem as there is no dump management plan. The problem has become out of control since the closing of the Wagait/Mandorah dump and with an increase of people in the area.

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