After six months of construction the fences at the Capel Civic Precinct Stage 3 have been removed.
Capel Shire Council Chief Executive Officer Ian McCabe said while the fences had been removed around the site, there were minor works still being carried out and he asked people to be cautious when using the area.
“We didn’t want to delay opening the new area to the public, given the final works can be done over the next couple of weeks,” he said.
“The BBQs at the skatepark and playground are not operational yet, the limestone capping throughout the skateable link is still being finished and there is an exciting new rope climbing tower to be installed.
“We ask that you please take care while using the precinct, especially the skateable elements which can be slippery when wet.”
He said this was a fabulous addition to the Capel Townsite and was excited to see the community enjoy the space.
Please see attached the Draft Shire of Capel Local Government Heritage Survey 2018. The draft Heritage Survey is recommended for adoption by Council at its
25 July 2018 Council meeting.
Heritage Survey 2018
Regional Waste Facility – Project Officer
Council endorsed the appointment of a project officer on behalf of all south west councils who will examine and provide options in regards to potential waste solutions. Council has allocated $3,276 in 2018/19.
Bunbury Outer Ring Road – Regional Local Governments Advisory Group
A Regional Local Governments Advisory Group has been formed by Main Roads WA as part of stakeholder consultation for the Bunbury Outer Ring Road. Council supported Main Roads’ request that the Shire’s President and CEO be represented at this group.
Capel Townsite Working Group – 2018/19 Projects
Council voted to support several projects by the Capel Townsite Working Group, including painting murals, construction and erection of a fourth entry statement on Spurr Street, Capel and erection of a ‘Troll This Way’ direction sign adjacent to the Capel traffic bridge.
Development Application – Medical Centre
Conditional Development Approval was granted for a medical centre at Lot 6022 Norton Promenade Dalyellup.
Several important business strategies were considered and adopted including Council’s Corporate Business Plan, a program of works for drainage and a review of the Shire’s asset management strategy.
You can view the minutes here: Council Minutes June
Chief Executive Officer
Shire of Capel