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VISUALLY ENHANCING PORT SORELL ENTRY

21 May 2018
Latrobe Council in partnership with the Port Sorell Garden Club are visually enhancing the entry to Port Sorell by planting a group of native, evergreen trees - Callitris rhomboidea (Oyster Bay Pine/Port Jackson Pine) - along the northern side of Port Sorell Main Road between Browns Road and Gumbowie Drive.

PORT SORELL TASWATER UPGRADE DELAYED

21 May 2018
Work on a major water infrastructure project at Port Sorell has been delayed while TasWater takes steps to ensure the community is getting value for money.

Social Connectedness Starts With You

21 May 2018
Perhaps you find yourself with a little more time on your hands these days and are looking for an outlet for that energy or you could do with the support of a specific group?

FREE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CANDIDATE INFORMATION SESSIONS

18 May 2018
Tasmanian Local Government Elections will be held in October 2018. Local Government elections are held every four years with all Councillors (including Mayors and Deputy Mayors) facing the polls at the same time. Mayors and Deputy Mayors are elected by popular election. Unlike other tiers of government, Local Government elections are not compulsory. To raise awareness of the elections and to encourage community members to stand for election, the peak body for Local Government in Tasmania (LGAT) are coordinating candidate information sessions throughout Tasmania

Inaugural Shearwater Mulled Wine in May

14 May 2018
There is nothing quite so indulgent as the aroma and warmth of a mulled wine in winter and, when mixed with friends, delicious gourmet food and fine music, the occasion is hard to resist.

COMMENT SOUGHT ON PORT SORELL LIONS CARAVAN PARK

14 May 2018
You are invited to join this discussion and share your ideas on a perfect park experience.

SMALL GRANTS CLOSE SOON

19 April 2018
Latrobe Council's Small Grants are currently open for application but close soon. This is the only round of funding for the 2018-19 financial year so, if you have a project coming up that fits the criteria of either the Emerging Needs Grant or the Arts, Culture, Sport and Festival Sponsorship Grant, please apply before 7 May, 2018.

Roadside Spraying Program

4 April 2018
Council will be undertaking its annual roadside weed control program commencing 9th April, 2018, for a period of approximately six weeks, weather permitting. If you require further information or do not wish to have herbicide sprayed adjacent to your property, please contact Latrobe Works on 6426 4444 to register your name on Council’s No Spray Register.

IMPORTANT UPDATE - FRUIT FLY

2 April 2018
The following information regarding the detection of fruit fly in Tasmania has been provided by Biosecurity Tasmania. All residents are urged to keep informed.

NORTH-WEST BOOSTED AS WORLD-CLASS MOUNTAIN BIKE DESTINATION

11 January 2018
Latrobe and Kentish Councils welcome today’s announcement by the Tasmanian Government of $600,000 funding of the Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Trails project. Valued at over $4 million, the project is a new adventure tourism product for the North-West Coast and will be a key economic driver for the region.

Neighbourhood Disputes about overhanging and nuisance trees/shrubs.

13 December 2017
Recently the government have passed new legislation in relation to neighbour disputes about overhanging and nuisance trees/shrubs called the Neighbourhood Disputes about Plants Act 2017.

Resource Sharing

28 July 2017
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