Schemes in place

Planning. Interim planning schemes were put in use across the nine councils in the Cradle Coast region, including Circular Head, on Saturday. While the schemes are already in place, the public is welcome to comment on the schemes for a period of two months by visiting www.circularhead.tas.gov.au/ips, www.cradlecoast.com/planning_reform.html or in person at Circular Head Council. …

5 years ago

Pool closed

Leisure. The Circular Head War Memorial Pool has been closed until further notice. Mayor Daryl Quilliam made the announcement last Wednesday, following a drop in the pool’s water temperature. “Due to a problem with the heating system, the pool’s temperature is down to 22 degrees, which is not acceptable for swimming,” Mayor Quilliam said. “Council …

5 years ago

No new pool … for now

Meeting. After much debate and feedback from the community, councillors decided at last night’s monthly meeting to postpone any further planning or development of the new pool. The council met to discuss, based on feedback given during the public consultation period, whether it would proceed to seek a development permit for the proposed aquatic and …

5 years ago
http://www.chchronicle.com.au/advertisements/local-directory-web-strip/

Right of say

Land. Despite numerous pleas to various government departments, owners of the Crayfish Creek Van and Caravan Park say their eco-friendly tourist business will be destroyed once a forced “right of way” road is bulldozed through their property. Dale and Carolyn Newall said that after three Crown Land applications in the past 28 years, they have …

5 years ago

New planning scheme

Council. Despite objections from some councillors, an interim planning scheme was adopted at Circular Head Council’s September meeting, as part of state-wide reforms to planning processes. Circular Head Council, along with the eight other Cradle Coast councils, was the first in the state to finalise the draft interim planning scheme last December. In December 2012, …

5 years ago

Op-shop party

Youth. We all know Circular Head is home to many talented people, but this October it is time for our youth to shine. And party. Set a reminder on your phones or jot it in your diaries: Wednesday October 30 is the Op-Shop Formal Cocktail Party, marking the end of youth art exhibition, Art About …

5 years ago

Capturing Circular Head

Photography. Calling all photographers. Circular Head Council wants your image to be used on a new tourism sign, promoting the area beyond Stanley. The Council’s Essence of the Far North West photography competition will see the most captivating image of Circular Head used on a sign on the Bass Highway, just before Stanley. Prize money of …

5 years ago
http://www.chchronicle.com.au/advertisements/tall-timbers-web-strip/

Users to pay for water

Council. Sporting groups and other users of Circular Head Council premises will now have to chip in to pay for any water used. At the council’s last monthly meeting, councillors adopted the Draft Water Consumption Contribution: Non-Profit Community Groups Utilising Council Premises Policy, whereby users are asked to make a 70 per cent contribution to cover …

5 years ago

Look Out, Think Ahead

Road Safety. Circular Head Council’s newest road safety campaign was launched last week. Mayor Daryl Quilliam officially launched Look Out, Think Ahead, which looks at the life on rural roads and how best to stay safe. Mayor Quilliam said the campaign is a response to concerns from the community about road kill. Together with Circular …

5 years ago

Shops: a canvas for youth

Exhibition. Circular Head Council’s youth art exhibition, Art About Town, will be launched again next month. The exhibition is open to young residents of Circular Head aged between 12 and 25. Entry is free. Artwork can be in any medium, and will once again be displayed in various businesses around the Smithton CBD. Like last …

5 years ago