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Football NSW praise Camden Council’s decision to waive field hire costs

Football NSW today applauded the decision by Camden Council to waive ground hire costs and once again urged other councils to also do all they can to support football clubs.
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Reduced cat desexing available to residents

Local cat owners can take advantage of Camden Council’s subsidised Cat Desexing Program, which is available now.

Shade sails installed at Howard Park

Sun protection has been taken to the next level at Howard Park, after the recent installation of shade sails.

Little Sandy Bridge is back up and running

Little Sandy Bridge has officially been reopened to the public, after Stage One repairs wrapped up this week.

Time to check in on R U OK? Day

Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, is calling on residents to check in on their family and friends as we celebrate R U OK? Day tomorrow.
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Tender accepted for streetscape improvements

Works to improve accessibility and regional connectivity across in Elderslie, Currans Hill and Spring Farm will begin shortly, after Council accepted a tender at last night’s Ordinary Meeting.

Council depot redevelopment plans

Camden Council will soon have an updated operational home, with its depot set for a $9 million redevelopment.
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Small businesses and community groups receive COVID-19 support funding

Local small businesses and community groups will benefit from almost $420,000 in funding, as part of Council’s COVID-19 Business and Community Support grants announced at last night’s Ordinary Meeting.
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Mayor and Deputy Mayor elected

Camden Councillors Theresa Fedeli and Rob Mills have been re-elected as Mayor and Deputy Mayor respectively at last night’s ordinary Council meeting.