The winter works, which will continue until October, are the final stage in the extensive refurbishment of the Promenade which included the replacement last year of the ageing walkway.
Council will be launching a door-to-door transport service for residents who meet certain eligibility criteria, including those aged 65 or over who aren’t able to access existing Community Transport.
Council’s resident app has been updated to give users a better experience, including a new homepage, feedback page and links to paying rates, parking permits and searching for DAs.
Council has launched a comprehensive guide to all things Mosman to ensure new residents to the area can quickly find at their fingertips a wide range of information and services.
From 1 March 2018 the Mosman Local Planning Panel (MLPP) will replace the Mosman Development Assessment Panel (MDAP). The first meeting of the MLPP will be held on 21 March.
Mosman residents and ratepayers are invited to a community information evening on Council’s latest MOSPLAN and budget on Tuesday 8 May at 6pm in the Council Chambers.
Council has resolved to place its latest MOSPLAN on public exhibition. Following community comment, these documents will be adopted in June and come into force on July 1.
More than 900 people dropped off their e-waste for recycling at Mosman Council’s free e-waste drop off day. The next event will be held on Sunday 05 August 2018.
The recipients were announced by Mayor Corrigan during Mosman’s Australia Day proceedings following a Citizenship Ceremony and Australia Day Address by Kamahl.
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The Mosman Rider bus service will close on 30 June. It will operate as normal until then, with the winter timetable currently operating.