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In an effort to capture the untold stories of previous generations, Orange City Council is on the lookout for members of the community to share insights into what life was like back in the first half of the 1900s.
Orange City Council invites locals to join the convoy and pledge to keep their rigs dirty, rather than washing them. Figures show that daily water consumptions are at the lowest ever and it is with this sensible approach to a serious situation that we can take the next step.
Following recent water sampling and testing of water at both Lake Canobolas and Gosling Creek Dam, results have identified that both bodies of water contain high levels of blue-green algae.
Orange City Council will host a number of water forums on the 15th and 16th of January to engage with the local community and the business sector to ensure we work together to potentially avoid reaching level 6 water restrictions.