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RABBIT BAITING AND DOMESTIC VACCINATIONS

The Shire of Harvey advise the public that commencing this week the Department of Agriculture and Food will be releasing a new virus (Korean Strain K5 – Rabbit Haemorrhaigic Disease Virus) into the natural environment throughout the Peel Harvey Region to assist with the eradication of wild rabbits. Vaccination of domestic rabbits is highly recommended and an information brochure can be found below:


SHIRE OF HARVEY

CONSTRUCTION OF PARIS ROAD FOOTBRIDGE

Council wishes to advise that construction on the Paris Road Footbridge in Australind has commenced. The first part of the works will involve strengthening components of the substructure including the piles and braces and will be undertaken from a small barge under the bridge. Once completed the new footbridge structure will be constructed along the southern side of the bridge and will require some crane works from the bridge deck.

There will be some temporary road lane closures on the west bound lane for this stage of the works which will be curfewed to avoid peak traffic periods. Your patience will be appreciated during this stage of the works which are proposed to be undertaken in late January prior to the end of the school holidays.

The final stage of the works will be the construction of the link paths at either end of the bridge which may also require some temporary lane closures. Visual Message Signs will be erected to advise dates closer to the works commencement. Please contact Mr. Peter Kay, Manager of Works and Services on 0419 923 667 for any further enquiries.

SHANE COLLIE
ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

BOAT RAMP CLOSURE – RIDLEY PLACE CAR PARK REDEVELOPMENT STAGE 2

Council wishes to advise the general public and particularly boat owners who utilise the Ridley Place boat ramp that Stage 2 of the carpark redevelopment is scheduled to commence in early February 2017.

The construction works involve the realignment of the access road into the boat launching area and repositioning of the boat trailer parking. This will include the provision of new drainage, kerbing, asphalt sealing, rigging and derigging bays with new turfed areas and landscaping. To enable the works to be completed with the least amount of disruption time for boat owners, there will be a period of four to five weeks when the boat ramp will be closed to allow the earthworks, drainage, kerb and sealing to be completed.

Your cooperation is appreciated and the design plans can be viewed by clicking on the following link and also at the Australind Administration Office and Australind Library.

Visual Message Signs will be erected on Old Coast Road advising the public of the dates for the closure of the boat ramp in advance of the construction. Should you require any further information please contact Mr. Peter Kay, Manager of Works and Services on 0419 923 667.

SHANE COLLIE                                                                                           PO Box 500
ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER                                                HARVEY WA 6220