Burnie City Council Mayor Anita Dow believes that Friday’s announcement by the Treasurer that a State Government takeover of TasWater was under active consideration was a calculated move by the State Government and the Treasurer.
Council wishes to advise that dam upgrade works are scheduled to commence on Monday 20 February 2017.
Burnie City Council and the Burnie Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) are buoyed by the news that Tasports and DP World are furthering their discussions regarding the development of an international container terminal in the Port of Burnie.
Public comment is invited for two proposed new by-laws:
Burnie City Council has written to, and met with Treasurer Peter Gutwein, outlining details of key projects for consideration as part of the 2017 State Budget.
Three local primary schools are set to benefit as they become recipients of grants from the School Waste Education Fund, a joint program offered by Cleanaway, in collaboration with Burnie City Council.
Burnie’s fifteenth cruise ship of the season, Norwegian Star, has been forced to cancel its scheduled visit to Burnie on Thursday 9 February due to mechanical issues.
The official opening of the Burnie Tennis Court upgrade will be held on Saturday 4 February 2017, coinciding with the final day of play of the 2017 Caterpillar Burnie International.
As part of the annual Burnie Australia Day ceremony, outstanding local community members and groups are presented the prestigious Burnie Australia Day Awards for Citizen, Young Citizen and Community Event of the Year.
Come along and join in the 2017 Burnie Australia Day celebrations.
Burnie City Council has released two key planning documents in their Final Draft Stage, and is inviting public comment.
Burnie City Council has today announced that it is unable to provide a permit for the Sets by the Sea event scheduled to be held at Council’s West Beach reserve on 10 December 2016.
The 2015-16 Burnie City Council Annual Report is now available for download, or copies can be collected from Council's City Offices - 80 Wilson Street, Burnie.
In the wake of the June flood event which caused significant damage and disruption to businesses and residents in the River Road industrial area, Burnie City Council has made a submission to the State Government’s Flood Review Enquiry.