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Latest News from Mayor Kathy Sajowitz -17 October 2019
Latest News from Mayor Kathy Sajowitz - 10 October 2019
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The Business Connect Bus to Visit Oberon on 15 November 2019
The Business Bus is coming to Oberon @ Oberon St, Oberon (In front of IGA) on Friday, November 15, 2019.
The Business Bus visits regional communities across NSW, connecting small businesses to their local Business Connect service and provides information and referrals to other programs and services for small businesses.
Latest News from Mayor Kathy Sajowitz - 03 October 2019
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NSW Fire Rural Media Release - 02 October 2019
Prepare yourself and family for fire threat this long weekend. To read more and be informed click HERE to download.
Oberon Waste Depot Closed Labour Day Public Holiday
The Oberon Waste Depot will be closed on Monday 7th October 2019 due to the Labour Day Public Holiday
Council apologises for any inconvenience caused . For further information please contact Councils Planning and Development Department on 6329 8100.
Oberon Township Kerbside Bulky Waste Collection - 21-24 October 2019
Latest News from Mayor Kathy Sajowitz -26 September 2019
I feel proud and privileged to have been elected by my peers as Mayor for the next 12 months.
Latest News from Mayor Kathy Sajowitz - 19 September 2019
Third time lucky!! Bring your skateboard to the New Skate Park on 28th September from 10am. Blunt Side Sk8 Park Tours will be conducting demonstrations and jam sessions while providing prizes, giveaways and a BBQ lunch. The Hon. Paul Toole MP will officially open the Park at 11:30am. Surely it could not snow a third time….could it!!
At the Ordinary Council Meeting held on Tuesday 17 September 2019, Clr Kathy Sajowitz was re-elected to the position of Mayor unopposed.
The position of Deputy Mayor was contested by three Councillors with Councillor Mark Kellam being elected to the position following a ballot.