Current Council Works – for the fortnight ending Thursday 27th July 2017
- Maintenance Grading
- Gravel Maintenance
- Sealed Road Repairs
- Construction Works
- Water/Sewer Works
- Pesticide use
|Western||No maintenance grading|
|Southern||Eubindal Road, Hillview Road, Westbourne Settlement, Eblana Road and McMahons Reef Road.|
|Western||No Gravel Resheeting.|
|Eastern||No Gravel Resheeting.|
Sealed Road Repairs
|Western||Garabaldi Bridge on Murringo Road guard rail repairs. Olympic Highway segment marker sign replacement. MR78 minor patching repairs. Shoulder grading Olympic Highway various locations.|
|Eastern||Rugby Road shoulder grading. Cold mix patching on various roads.|
|Southern||Cold mix patching various roads. Sealing Street shoulders outside Ambulance Station.|
Motorists are advised Roadwork Speed Limits are enforceable by the NSW Police. Speed should be reduced and caution should be exercised when travelling through roadwork sites.
|Western||Binalong St Lane and Willawong Street Lane Kerb and guttering and sealing works. Milvale Road vicinity of Tubbul Road and Highbank Lane intersection.|
|Eastern||No construction projects due to other works.|
|Southern||Caravan Park maintenance. Footpath reinstatement at Bathurst Street. Gutter repairs at Mechanics Institute. Painting dining room at Senior Citizens Centre. Maintenance on paths.|
Motorists are advised Roadwork Speed Limits are enforceable by the NSW Police. Speed should be reduced and caution should be exercised when travelling through roadwork sites
Water main installation is continuing on the Olympic Highway. The works are expected to be completed by the end of July 2017.
|Eastern||Water meter replacement.
Albury Street , Station to Redbank Streets
Redbank ( Albury to Depot Lane section)
Short Street full length
Scott Street, Station to Lucan Street
Bathurst Street, Neill to Clarks Street
Planned pesticide use by Council works crews and contractors until week ending Thursday 27th July 2017 will include the use of Round Up, Brush Off, Amitrol, Weedmaster, Dicamba, Grazon, Basta, Primo, MCPA and Broadstrike and Fusilade for herbicide control. Confidor for Aphid and Access for wild fruit tree control on:
- All roads in Hilltops Council – Young, Boorowa and Harden area, Council Parks, Ovals, Laneways and some town areas;
- All Villages, Rest Areas and Reserves; and
- Old General Cemetery.
- Rural and Regional roads
Naturalure Fruit Fly Bait will be used in the above areas to target the control of fruit fly.
In accordance with SSNPA’s Pesticide Notification Plan signs and flashing lights will be provided on vehicles applying pesticides, signs placed to inform the public where required, and escort warning vehicles will be used for the 2016 road shoulder program.
Drivers should exercise extreme caution when passing these vehicles
ANY ENQUIRIES TO JASON CORCORAN ON (02) 6385 3189
In accordance with Council’s Pesticide Use Notification Plan, signs will be provided on the vehicle applying the pesticide and signs will remain on-site to inform the public for 24 hours after spraying. For further information in the Young Area, please call Council’s Parks and Gardens Asset Planner on (02) 6380 1200.
The planned pesticide use is subject to change due to Council resources and weather conditions.