Scheduled for Narembeen – December 2017
14th December – Curralll St
15th December – Doreen Street
17th December – Ada St, Wakeman St & Northmore St
18th December – Ada Street
Some of these outages will affect Shire public facilities as follows:-
Thursday 14th December 2017, 7.30am to 5.30pm
Apex Park Public Toilets
Monday 18th December 2017, 7.30am to 5.30pm
Narembeen Community Gym
There may be other planned outages affecting your property and you should have been advised direct by Western Power.
The WANDRRA works programme continues, the following roads are complete and ready for inspection:
Billericay East Road SLK 0.00 to 28.60 except culverts require cleanout SLK 13.05, 15.88, 22.19, 23.20 and 27.86
Billericay West Road SLK 10.36 to 12.44
Brown Road SLK 0.28 to 12.35
Cheethams Road SLK 0.00 to 7.53
Hedges West Road SLK 0.00 to 11.96
Koolberrin Road SLK 0.00 to 7.92
Malones Road SLK 0.00 to 2.60 (note there is no SLK 3.00 to 4.13 or 4.85 to 6.46 or 7.60 to 8.30)
Narembeen Boundary Road SLK 0.00 to 6.38
Narembeen South Road SLK 14.77 to 23.48
Works program up until December 19th 2017:
Construction grading Hedges East Road SLK 0.30 to 5.82 ready for re-sheeting
Re-sheeting Cumminin Road SLK 4.22 to 5.10 from 29/11/2017 to 30/11/2017
Re-sheeting Cumminin Road SLK 5.50 to 6.67 from 5/12/2017 to 7/12/2017
Re-sheeting Hedges East Road SLK 0.30 to 5.82 from 8/12/2017 to 19/12/2017
Works program for January 2018 includes:-
Emu Hill East Road SLK 0.89 to 4.55 – Heavy Construction Grade
Erdman Road SLK 0.00 to 8.56 – Construction Grade and re-sheeting where stipulated
The Narembeen Community Strategic Plan was adopted on 18th October 2017.
We believe through the community consultation process that the plan clearly reflects where we are heading as a community and adequately defines goals and strategies that are achievable in the short and long term. There is a summary of community feedback attached to the plan which indicates what community members had to say during the review process.
Click HERE to read the Plan.
Click HERE to read about what YOU, the Community had to say.
HOW ARE YOU FEELING? Last week, the McGowan Government launched the Think Mental Health campaign, to encourage men to seek help early and urge their family and friends to check in with them if they notice they are not going so well. In a first for Western Australia, the public education campaign is dedicated to improving the community’s mental health and wellbeing, and reducing the risk of suicide.
The campaign seeks to destigmatise mental health issues. The first phase targets men aged 25 to 54, in recognition of the higher incidence of death by suicide among this group.
The campaign emphasises the power of talking, listening and the importance of being there for your mates and your family. Through these actions, we can strengthen the protective factors in people’s lives.
Think Mental Health provides easy access to a wealth of information and resources to assist Western Australians in improving their mental health and wellbeing.
The website thinkmnentalhealthwa.com.au has a mental health self-assessment checklist and check-up tool to help people find the right help for them.
To read the media release provided by The Hon Mia Davies MLA, click here.
Separation and bereavement affect everyone at some point in their life. Lifeline WA is committed to helping individuals and families deal with the stress that separation and bereavement creates.
FREE Separated Parents and Bereavement counselling services are accessible to everyone in WA by providing support in a secure online environment.
Click here to access the electronic brochure provided by Lifeline WA.
A bit quieter Chief this week, but click here to read more!
Great to see Helen Fidge’s Letter to the Editor making it in today’s West Australian.
Click here to read what she had to say!
We need to keep the support flowing in for this service in our community.
Please remember to write your letter of support for the Narembeen CRC.
It’s Asbestos Awareness Month!
If you are thinking about renovating, you must be aware of asbestos. It is important for home owners and renovators to be aware of how to safely manage asbestos in and around the home.
Importantly, if you suspect you have asbestos in your home, Don’t cut it! Don’t drill it! Don’t drop it! Don’t sand it! Don’t saw it! Don’t scrape it! Don’t scrub it! Don’t dismantle it! Don’t tip it! Don’t waterblast it! Don’t demolish it! And whatever you do… Don’t dump it!
For more information – click here
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