Thursday 20th April 2017
Council to crack down on car crime
Wednesday 19th April 2017
ANZAC Day services across the Southern Highlands
Sunday 30th April 10:00am - 1:00pm
Learner Driver Log Book Run
Wednesday 10th May 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Council Meeting 10 May 2017
A community event (which must include a charitable component) may be advertised using a banner hung across Bong Bong Street between the Royal Hotel and the National Australia Bank.
The community event to be advertised must be taking place within Wingecarribee Shire.
Organisations are permitted to advertise an event only once per year for a period of one week by means of erection of banner signs. Banners are erected on a Monday and taken down the following Monday.
Not more than one (1) advertising banner is permitted to be erected in Bong Bong Street at any one time.
It should be noted that the Roads and Maritime Services does not allow the advertising of religion, alcohol, political statements or anything that may be considered offensive.
The applicant must first check with Council regarding the suitability of the event and also check that their desired week to hang the banner has not already been taken.
The applicant accepts full responsibility for the banner and its moorings. Council is not liable or responsible for banners which are lost or damaged.
The applicant accepts liability for any claim that may occur as a result of this approval.
A copy of a Certificate of Currency of the applicant’s Public Risk Liability insurance cover, to the value of not less than twenty (20) million dollars must be submitted to Council. The insurer is to be requested to note Council’s interests on a Certificate of Currency such that the following statement is placed under the heading ”Interested Parties”: ”The Wingecarribee Shire Council noted for its interests in respect of a banner being erected over Bong Bong Street just south of Wingecarribee Street from (the period of the banner erection for which insurance is requested).”
Should you wish to proceed with the erection of the banner please provide written acceptance of the conditions of this approval, and documentation confirming compliance with the Certificate of Currency of the applicant's Public Risk Liability insurance cover.
Council’s postal address is PO Box 141 Moss Vale 2577 and email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any further information, please contact Council’s Infrastructure Services department on (02) 4868-0888