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Notification of making rates for 2022/2023

In accordance with Section 118 of the Local Government Act 1993 notice is hereby given that the Council made its rates and charges for the 2022/2023 financial year at the Council meeting held on 21 June 2022. Click on the link for a summary of the rates and charges for 2022-23.

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Establishing a New Gravel Supply

Council currently has a shortage of road gravels which is delaying our regular road maintenance program. We are currently establishing a new supply and hope to have this in place within the next month. In the meantime, Council is unable to supply gravel to the public from its Currie Works…

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Please Drive Slowly

Council would ask that you please drive slowly when travelling on both South Road and North Pegarah Road. Maintenance and grading will be carried out on areas of these roads once the weather improves. Please adhere to the temporary road signage and drive with care.  …

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ABC Radio outage

Telstra are currently undertaking emergency repairs on the telecommunications tower located at Gentle Annie.  It is expected that works will be completed by Wednesday 8 June 2022. This outage is currently impacting the ABC Radio reception.      …

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Severe Weather Warning

WARNING – Damaging Winds averaging 60 to 70 km/h with peak gusts of 90 to 100 km/h are likely to affect KING ISLAND from around midnight tonight, before easing by around sunrise on Wednesday. Gusty showers and isolated thunderstorms are also likely during this period.   Bureau of Meteorology –…

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Community Workshop – Future of Local Government Review

Have your say on Local Government in Tasmania, it’s not too late to get involved and make your voice heard. The Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) is running online community workshops in relation to the Future of Local Government Review.  King Island Council is offering the opportunity to attend…

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Community Assistance Applications

King Island Council values the contributions not-for-profit community organisations and volunteers make to the heritage and quality of life on King Island through their various cultural, community and sporting initiatives and events. Council recognises that assistance may be required by some community organisations and, from time to time, individuals in…

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Strategy for Older Tasmanians

COTA Tasmania is undertaking community consultation activities to support the development of the next Strategy for Older Tasmanians. They want to H.E.A.R how you stay Healthy, Engaged and Resilient as you age. As part of this they have developed a short survey to reach as many Tasmanians as possible (phone…

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