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THE Upper Hunter Shire Council have advised the boil water alert is to remain in place for Scone and Aberdeen residents, until further notice. Council are conducting daily tests and are working closely with New South Wales Health to fix the water quality issue. Nick Havyatt, Director of Infrastructure Services, said he hopes to give […]
FOLLOWING consultation with the Office of Local Government, the Upper Hunter Shire Council has appointed Glenn Inglis as the interim general manager at an extraordinary Council meeting held this evening. Read more… Loginor Subscribe to read full story.
UPDATE: Boil water alert now extended to Aberdeen. SCONE residents have been alerted by the Upper Hunter Shire Council to boil their water for drinking and food preparation. The statement from Council at 7pm said it applies to Scone residents, not Aberdeen or Murrurundi. Council have stated the issue is due to recent heavy rainfall […]
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THE Upper Hunter Shire Council issued a media release tonight, following the Council meeting announcing the resignation of the general manager, Steve McDonald. The release from Council cites personal reasons for Mr McDonald’s departure. Steve McDonald has been general manager for two years and his resignation follows the departure of Wayne Bedggood as Mayor last […]