October this year will see approximately 200 people involved in the noxious weeds control industry converge on Cooma for the 18th NSW Weeds Conference.
Between 12 to 15 October, Conference attendees will discuss all things weeds; including the latest improvements in weed control, technological advances, projects and trials that are being undertaken throughout the State, and legislative changes that may affect the way noxious weeds are controlled in the future. The Conference will also give attendees a chance to network with people in similar industries so as to take home better ways of managing weeds in their area.
The Cooma-Monaro Shire Council will be honouring our local 2014 Olympic and Commonwealth Games participants with the unveiling of a commemorative blade. This will occur on Saturday 25th of July at 11.00am at Apex Achievement Park, Cooma and will be followed by a free sausage sizzle.
New ‘So Much To Love’ Radio Commercials Launched
The next phase in Cooma-Monaro Shire Council’s ‘So Much To Love’ economic development campaign has been released with new radio commercials going to air on stations Snow-FM and 2XL.
Mayor Dean Lynch said Council has introduced four additional commercials to continue building the positive profile of the Cooma brand to stimulate the region’s economic development.