Mosman Art Gallery wins national award
An innovative Aboriginal art exhibition in a former World War II naval fuel tank has earned Mosman Art Gallery the top award at the prestigious 2015 Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNA).
First drinking water fountain installed
The first of four water fountains has been installed at Chowder Bay to encourage the refill of reusable bottles. The others will be installed at Allan Border Oval, Mosman Square and Balmoral Oval.
Independence proposal for Mosman
Mosman Council has resolved to maintain its independence by lodging a ‘Council Improvement Proposal (Existing structure)’ as its Fit for the Future submission to the NSW Government.
Privacy Awareness Week 2015
Privacy Awareness Week (3-9 May) has some handy advice for people of all ages to ensure security of personal information online amid the popularity of smartphones, mobile apps and online services.
No stopping at yellow unbroken lines
Mosman Council is changing the way no stopping zones are displayed to reduce the number of signs. Continuous yellow lines along the kerb mean no stopping, even if there isn’t a No Stopping sign.
Action taken on illegal 10/50 clearing
Mosman Council has successfully prosecuted or fined four individuals who breached the 10/50 vegetation clearing code, resulting in more than $28,000 worth of fines and legal costs.
MDA 2015 winners announced
A unique home, designed to share the amenity of land, views and sculptures with the street has taken out the overall award for Contribution to the Built Environment at the 2015 Mosman Design Awards.
Paper bag trial for local businesses
Mosman business operators have seen first-hand the devastating impact of plastics on wildlife and the environment during the launch of a campaign by Mosman Council to switch businesses to paper bags.
Mosman forum connects community
A ground-breaking forum for local community groups run jointly by the Rotary Club of Mosman Inc. and Mosman Council has helped organisations to work more closely with each other.
Ratepayers respond to Council's call
More than 650 residents and ratepayers have already voiced their opinion on four options currently being exhibited by Mosman Council in response to the NSW Government’s “Fit for the Future” program.
Residents meet on Mosman's future
Mosman residents have turned out to discuss Mosman Council’s continued independence and three possible merger options in response to the NSW Government’s “Fit for the Future” program.
Memory Park trees to be replaced
Two mature fig trees in Memory Park will be replaced after an extensive inspection by Council’s Tree Management Officer found them to be beyond management strategies.
No such thing as the dog poo fairy
The year-long “there’s no such thing as the dog poo fairy” education campaign targets responsible pet ownership among local residents. Council is keen to hear from you.
Rates plan to boost works, sustainability
Following extensive community consultation that resulted in 900 submissions, Council is proposing a special rate variation in 2015-16 to boost infrastructure works and financial sustainability.
A Special Vote of Thanks
At a Christmas Reception held on Monday 8 December, Mayor Peter Abelson thanked the many individuals and organisations who have made such a valuable contribution to the Mosman community.
Day of People with disability celebrated
Students from local schools learned more about what it would be like to live with a disability marking International Day of People with Disability.
Changes to 10/50 Laws
Mosman property owners are being urged to check that any works they are planning comply with the revised 10/50 vegetation clearing laws.
Annual Report for 2013-14
Council has published its Annual Report for 2013-14 detailing Council’s achievements against objectives and performance targets set out in its Community Strategic Plan (MOSPLAN).
State of the Environment Scorecard for 2013-14
Mosman’s State of the Environment (SOE) Report Scorecard for 2013-14 is now available.
Mosman marks Remembrance Day
Remembrance Day has been commemorated at Mosman War Memorial with local residents and workers observing a minute’s silence on the 11th hour in memory of those who died or suffered in wars and armed conflicts.