BRIGHTON Council is looking after the needs of its residents and the environment by rolling out new yellow and green 240-litre recycling bins on September 1.
The new bins will replace the crates householders currently use for recyclables such as old newspapers, magazines and cardboard, as well as empty milk cartons, bottles and cans. The crates can hold only 60 litres of recyclables, which is one quarter of the capacity of the new bins, and residents have to carry them to the kerbside every week. Continue reading “Recycling bins roll out next month”
ATHLETICS Tasmania is once again organising some major cross country events at the Pontville Equestrian and Sporting Complex, with more than 1000 runners set to take on the challenging course, over three days of competition.
DURING the first week of the school holidays, the Bridgewater PCYC along with the Clarence PCYC teamed up with players from the Clarence and Glenorchy Football Clubs as well as a few Tassie Mariners to hold a footy clinic at Bellerive Oval.
It was a fantastic day where more than 150 kids attended and learned some important skills and knowledge of the game by some up coming talent the state has to offer. The Bridgewater PCYC took two buses of local kids to attend the clinic.
BRIGHTON Council is establishing a special advisory committee to coordinate input on community issues affecting Bridgewater and Gagebrook.
The Bridgewater Community Special Advisory Committee will be chaired by councillor Leigh Gray and will be made up of council and community representatives. It will meet regularly and advise the Council on key issues, as well as present community views and enhance communication with the community. Continue reading “Advisory committee for Bridgewater and Gagebrook formed”
THE decision by the Tasmanian Government to release a management plan for the important Aboriginal heritage areas near the new Brighton Bypass is fantastic news for our municipality (see story on the Home Page).
The Bypass construction was halted earlier this year when significant and historical remains were located near the route of the Bypass. Since that time consultation has taken place with all parties to determine an outcome that would see the completion of the Bypass while at the same time, ensure that this area of cultural and historical significance remains undisturbed. Continue reading “Developments a source of pride for the community”
BRIGHTON Council has welcomed the Tasmanian Government’s announcement of a management plan to protect the Aboriginal heritage values in and around the proposed Brighton bypass.
Brighton Mayor Tony Foster said the decision to institute a management plan that will protect approximately nine kilometres of the bypass route was commendable and was welcomed by Council and the municipality. Continue reading “Bypass move welcomed”