Helping households save power and money - Australia-wide
The Green Home Project is a national study designed to improve understanding of how households can reduce electricity consumption (and save money) with better tools and the right kind of support.
This project has received funding from the Department of Industry as part of the Low Carbon Communities Program.
Follow this link for furhter details. http://www.objectconsulting.com.au/lieep/
|Council currently has the following position vacant:|
|Nimmitabel Water & Wastewater Operator||4:00PM, Monday 24 November 2014|
|Wastewater Drainage Operator||4:00PM, Monday 24 November 2014|
|Trainee Care Service Employee||4:00PM, Monday 24 November 2014|
|Care Service Employee - Permanent Part Time||4:00PM, Monday 24 November 2014|
|Care Service Employee - Casual||4:00PM, Monday 24 November 2014|
|Water Service Operator - Casual||4:00PM, Friday 28 November 2014|
|Water & Wastewater Trainee x2||4:00PM, Monday 8 December 2014|
ASBESTOS... WHAT HANDYMEN, WOMEN & HOMEOWNERS NEED TO KNOW
1 in 3 Australian homes contains building materials with asbestos.
The risk to families is when building materials containing asbestos are disturbed or damaged and this can release dangerous dust and fibres that can be inhaled.
Each year the people of Cooma-Monaro Shire are invited to nominate fellow citizens for the NSW Local Citizen of the Year Awards. The awards aim to recognise outstanding achievement during the past year and/or contribution to the local community over a number of years.
Download the Nomination Form and Guidelines here.