Strathbogie Shire Council

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Restricted access to Turnbull Street bore

Friday, 22 February, 2019

The bore located on Turnbull Street in Euroa will now have restricted access from 7am to 8pm daily and will automatically shut off beyond these times.

Restricted access has been put in place by Strathbogie Shire Council due to current drought conditions reducing the capacity of the bore.

The bore will now be closed outside of these times and Council reminds the community of the following conditions:

•             The bore is for the use of Strathbogie Shire residents only

•             Maximum of 1000 litres per user

•             Stock use only

•             Not suitable for human consumption

Residents can report misuse to Council Offices on 1800 065 993.

We thank the community for their understanding and patience on this matter.

Posted 5 months ago

Faithfuls Creek bridge closure

Thursday, 21 February, 2019

Please be advised Faithfuls Creek Rd Bridge (near Sheans Creek Rd corner) has been closed for safety reasons.

Works will be undertaken to replace the bridge in the near future.

The bridge will be CLOSED to all traffic until 8 June 2019.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Please seek alternative routes during the closure period.

Queries may be directed to Mary Townsend at Strathbogie Shire Council on 1800 065 993. 

Posted 5 months ago

Sponsorship Program

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Promotional sign to go to Planning Committee

Monday, 18 February, 2019

An application for the installation of a promotional sign at 15 Tarcombe Street, Euroa, will be put to Council for consideration at a Planning Committee Meeting on Tuesday, 26 February at 4pm.

This application was originally presented at the last meeting of the Planning Committee on 27 November 2018, but a decision was deferred to allow for additional consultation which was done by way of an additional notice in the Euroa Gazette.

The application was advertised and a total of five objections have been received, raising a number of issues including the size and location of the sign.

Since the deferral of the previous decision, the applicant has reduced the size of the sign from 42.4 to 27 square metres on each side; however this has not been done by way of formal amendment to the application.

Council invites anyone interested to take a look at the application and any documents that support the application at Council Offices at 109A Binney Street, Euroa.

The application and supporting documents can be accessed during office hours free of charge.

Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to Council before the Planning Committee Meeting.  

An objection must be sent to the Council in writing, include the reasons for the objection and state how the objector would be affected.


Posted 5 months ago

February Euroa Cattle Sale Report

Tuesday, 12 February, 2019

By Brad Gleeson, Landmark Euroa 

Euroa agents held their monthly store cattle sale on Wednesday 6th February, where agents yarded a respectable 1300 head of cattle.

Expectations were not set at high levels before the sale, with very limited grass and water available. Agents were pleased to see 4-5 major commission buyers in the buying gallery.

The sale commenced as always on the heavier run of yearling steers, with very few good quality pens and limited numbers in pens, prices across this category were generally 10-20 c/kg cheaper.

Once onto the lighter weight weaner steers, prices picked up and were generally firm with rates quoted from 270-300c/kg for the better end of the lighter weight steers.

The yarding of heifers was generally of secondary breeding and condition types. Prices varied depending on breed with many of the Angus and Angus cross cattle sold to fully firm rates, with strong demand for these cattle to go to future grain feeding.

Very few pens of cows and calves were offered, with one pen of 4x4 Angus cows and calves running back to the Angus bull sold for $1180. There was a larger offering of joined females which many were believed to be sold due to lack of water and feed to keep these animals. These cattle were mainly purchased by processors at kill valuerates.

Cattle were mainly purchased by commission buyers operating for interest in Tasmania, NSW and South Gippsland. One Goulburn Valley agent was also very prominent.

Top Sales

Ace Talasker

11 angus steers 12months. 390kg $1120

Ace Burnview

13 angus steers 8 months. 340kg $950

Ace Monea park

12 angus x steers 11/12 months 360kg $1030

Ace blythe Aire

19 charolais x steers 5/6 months 229 kg $675


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