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STARTING from November
3, SA Power Networks will
begin vegetation clearance
under all high-voltage power
The roads with these lines:
Angle Vale Road, Hillier Road,
Para Road, Railway Crescent,
Coventry Road, Murray Road,
Murray Street, Cowan Street,
Orleana Square, Scheibener
Terrace, Fourteenth Street,
Ashford Street and Main North
TAKE note a council tree
removal contractor will
begin removing pepper trees
in the southern section of
Reid Reserve early next week
(please observe temporary
path closure and detour signs
in place for public safety).
Pepper trees within the river
environment are classed as
woody weeds and the removal
and subsequent replanting of
the river banks are part of a joint
funding venture between council
and the local NRM Board.
AFTER a spate of break-
ins and vandalism within
the Gawler Showgrounds
precinct, new security
measures have been put in
This includes the closure of
some non-essential gates and
overnight closure of main gates.
If you are attending the
greyhounds, enter and park your
vehicle at the south end of the
venue via Fotheringham Terrace.
If you are visiting the precinct
for any other purpose, park
outside the Gawler Sport and
Community centre to prevent
your vehicle being locked in.
Any questions, refer to signage
at the precinct or chat to Gawler
Sport and Community Centre
DON'T forget to vote!
By voting, you can help to
influence the sort of place your
community will be.
It is about your future, so vote
for the representative(s) you
Talk to other people you know
and encourage them to vote.
To find out more about your
local candidates, visit gawler.
Bush re ready?
WITH the warmer months
upon us, council wants to
remind all Gawler residents
to be vigilant and manage
the risk of fire by removal of
dry grass, cleaning gutters
of debris, clearing vacant
blocks and placing fire-breaks
THE last meeting of the
current council is to be held
on Tuesday, October 28, in
the Gawler Institute.
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A COMBINED effort be-
tween a community club and
Gawler Council has set a new
'benchmark' for a river seating
Gawler Rotary Club past presi-
dents, along with council depot
staff, placed the finishing touches on
a series of riverside benches recently
funded by the service club for one of
its community projects.
"As an integral part of the council's
Gawler Rivers Project, the Rotary
Club's kind contribution provides a
rest spot and a water fountain along
the river walkaway," Gawler Mayor
Brian Sambell said.
Each year the outgoing Rotary
president is authorised by the club
to nominate a project to which
funds raised can go back into the
The Rotary Club sought ideas for
this project from club members and
past president Warren Dibben sug-
gested the riverside seating project.
A benchmark project
Gawler Council employee Dan Clyne and Rotary past president John Bolton with one of the newly-installed benches.
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