Cabonne Shire road crews have been hard at work, conducting heavy patching works in Canowindra.
The Council has thanked the community for their patience as this important work is undertaken.
Please continue to obey the roadwork signage in this area.
Council is also proposing to remove an Ash Tree from the street reserve at the front of 100 Ryall Street, Canowindra.
Council says the tree is causing structural impacts upon adjoining infrastructure assets.
The tree proposed to be removed is marked with a blue dot, and removal will take place some time next month.
Council proposes to replace the tree with a more suitable street reserve tree.
For further information, please contact Council's Infrastructure Department on 6390 7100.
In other Cabonne news the Council met yesterday for its October monthly meetings.
Items on the agenda included a rescission motion regarding the Eugowra Medical Centre project.
Councillors Jones, Weaver and Davison advised Council it intended to put a motion rescinding a motion from the September meeting that Council notify the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources of its intention to abandon project Eugowra Medical Centre Refurbishment Project in accordance with grant agreement; and 2. Council, in consultation with the Eugowra Medical Centre committee and community, will pursue other opportunities and resources, so as to provide suitable medical services to the Eugowra community.
Later in the meeting council was due to consider a report from its general manager for the project to proceed.
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