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South Gippsland Shire Council update early October 2021

Local residents are being encouraged to shop local as part of a new marketing campaign called 'Shop Local South Gippsland'.

By news@gippsland - 7th October 2021 - Back to News

The campaign has been made possible by funding in the COVID-19 Community Support Package and aims to support local businesses by helping to promote Shop Local and Eat Local messaging. It is a reminder that these businesses are mostly owned and operated by local people who contribute to local schools, sporting clubs and community groups. By supporting local businesses, our whole community benefits.

The 'Shop Local' campaign features advertising, shop signage, posters, a social media campaign, and reusable bags featuring the Shop Local South Gippsland branding that will be available through many local businesses

The 'Shop Local' campaign features advertising, shop signage, posters, a social media campaign, and reusable bags featuring the Shop Local South Gippsland branding that will be available through many local businesses

It is hoped that this consistent messaging will become familiar with residents and be a friendly reminder to support our small, local businesses instead of online or in metro-based shopping centres. If you or someone you know would like to get involved in the campaign, get in touch with Council on 5662 9200. You can also find a list of businesses with take away or home delivery available by visiting shop local websites.

Request for Tender

Council is seeking submissions from qualified companies/applicants for the following:
RFT/307 Streetscape Redevelopment Little Commercial Street Korumburra
Tenders close at 2.00pm AEDST on Tuesday 26 October 2021. Documentation is available from Council's e-Tendering Portal by clicking the button below.To lodge your tenders, please visit eTender box.

South Gippsland Shire Council is one of six Councils collaborating on a Gippsland-wide Kerbside Organics Tender facilitated by Resource Recovery

South Gippsland Shire Council is one of six Councils collaborating on a Gippsland-wide Kerbside Organics Tender facilitated by Resource Recovery

Draft 2020/21 annual report

Council's 2020/21 Annual Report is currently on public exhibition for two weeks. Council is committed to transparent reporting and accountability to the community and the 2020/21 Annual Report is the primary means of advising the South Gippsland Shire community about our operations and performance during the financial year. The 2020/21 Annual Report will be included in the Council Meeting to be held on 20 October 2021 at 1.00pm, incorporating the public display period before being presented to Council for adoption in full.
To know more, visit the draft on annual report for 2020/21.

The South Gippsland Shire Council annual report is available for download on Council's website

The South Gippsland Shire Council annual report is available for download on Council's website

Council Meeting 464

The next Council Meeting will be held on October 20 at 1.00pm virtually. For all the details on Council Meetings,visit the council meetings website. You can also check Council's weekly Noticeboard online or in your local newspaper for more frequent updates.

All meetings will be held in the shire council chambers in Michael Place in Leongatha unless subsequent public health and safety requirements state otherwise

All meetings will be held in the shire council chambers in Michael Place in Leongatha unless subsequent public health and safety requirements state otherwise

Animals for adoption

We have some beautiful animals who are looking for a forever home. If you have room in your heart for a new pet, get in touch with the South Gippsland Animal Shelter in Korumburra on 03 5658 1900.

Cat #3295

A lovely girl who will need to be an inside cat as she will get sunburnt

A lovely girl who will need to be an inside cat as she will get sunburnt

Microchip Number: 956000014533619
White Female Domestic ShortHair Cat
Approximately 7 years old

Dog #3292

If you think

If you think "Rocky" would fit well into your family, please contact the shelter for an adoption application form

Microchip Number: 90079000200400
Male Blue Heeler
2 years old

Does not get on well with other dogs or chickens. We are not sure how he gets along with children. He is a lovely young man who would love a home with an active single person or couple where he is the only pet in the home.

Statutory planning officer

South Gippsland Shire Council is on the lookout for a Statutory Planning Officer with relevant experience and qualifications to join the team. In this role, you will be a key part of improving South Gippsland's desirability as a place to live, invest and do business.

A day in the life of this role of a statutory planning officer may include assessing a range of complex planning applications and providing professional advice to ratepayers and developers

A day in the life of this role of a statutory planning officer may include assessing a range of complex planning applications and providing professional advice to ratepayers and developers

The Statutory Planning Officer position is now open. Applications close midnight Monday 18 October 2021. Looking for something else? We have a few opportunities available so head over to South Gippsland Shire's vacant positions websiteto see if your next career move is with the team at South Gippsland Shire Council.

Pictures from South Gippsland Shire Council website and South Gippsland Shire Council Facebook page.


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