The Eurobodalla Bush Fire Risk Management Committee is seeking input from the community on the upcoming review of the Eurobodalla Bush Fire Risk Management Plan.
Several workshops are planned for the public to participate in as part of the management plan review process. Representatives from the NSW Rural Fire Service, Eurobodalla Shire Council, Forestry Corporation NSW, National Parks and Wildlife Service, and Crown Lands will be in attendance to discuss the plan and initiate a constructive conversation on risk mitigation measures.
The workshops will be held on:
- 25 November at 6.30pm – Moruya RFS Brigade Station
- 26 November at 6.30pm – Deua River RFS Brigade Station
The Eurobodalla Bush Fire Risk Management Plan is a strategic document that identifies the community assets at risk and sets out a five year program of treatments to reduce the risk of bush fire hazards.
The current plan is due for renewal in 2016 and these workshops are the first phase of the review process.
The review of the plan is being coordinated by the NSW Rural Fire Service and any questions should be directed to Eurobodalla Fire Control Centre on phone 4474 2855.
Coastal management reforms information session, Narooma
The NSW Government’s coastal management reform package is out for public consultation until 29 February 2016. The reform package sets out proposed changes for better managing how we live on the coast. You can learn about the full reform package on the Office of Environment and Heritage website at: www.environment.nsw.gov.au/coasts/coastreforms.htm
The Office of Environment and Heritage has invited the public to join a session to find out what’s on exhibition, details of the key proposals and how to have your say.
A Community information session for our region will be held at:
- Narooma Golf Club, 1 Ballingalla Street, Narooma
- Wednesday 2 December 2015, 6pm – 8pm
Eurobodalla Draft Rural Lands Strategy
Council is seeking submissions on their Rural Lands Strategy by this Friday 27th November. The draft strategy can be found on the Councils website: Alternatively, the organisation, SAGE, who run the Tuesdays Moruya Farmers market have written an interesting analysis from a local agriculture perspective which you can read in their newsletter.
Global Climate Action Day Moruya
We were notified that a newly formed group seeking to do something in Eurobodalla about climate change are gathering on November 28, beginning at 10.30 in the Rotunda Park near the river in Moruya. This will coincide with the global talks on climate change in Paris and worldwide action. Any queries please contact Allan Rees on 0419 254 393 or email email@example.com