11 July 2016 Special Council Meeting Agenda
Moira Shire Council has achieved community satisfaction levels for the majority of its core measures that are equal to or better than the results achieved last year and when compared to other large rural councils.
The Moira Shire Business Excellence Awards provide the opportunity for local businesses to be recognised for their dedication in delivering excellence and business enterprise within their chosen industry and strive for success.
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Moira Shire Council is seeking community feedback on its draft Disability Access and Inclusion Action Plan.
Read up on the legislation for operating, buying and selling accommodation premises within Moira Shire.
Moira Shire Council provides an opportunity for financial assistance through the Achievers Award Assistance Program.
Moira Shire Council acknowledges the traditional owners of the land and pays its respects to Elders both past and present.
Moira Shire Council has received a planning application for the use and development of an addiction recovery centre on Watters Road, about 7 km south east of Numurkah.
Each week Moira Shire Council publishes a 1/2 page of articles in the Cobram Courier, Yarrawonga Chronicle and Numurkah Leader.
A key function of Council's responsibility is to advocate on behalf of the Moira community.
Learn about our range of aged & disability services
Members of the community are welcome to attend and observe the meeting.
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Moira Shire Council is seeking public feedback to an amendment of its planning scheme
Any animal that has been admitted into the pound either impounded as a lost animal or surrendered by its owner, may become available for adoption.
All complaints relating to cats, dogs or livestock should be directed to the Safety and Amenity Unit.
Council's Annual Report provides a summary of key achievements, highlights and challenges for each financial year as well as a range of information required by legislation including financial statements.