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SAVE MONEY BY PARTICIPATING IN THE FRIDGE BUYBACK PROGRAM
24 April 2014
Maitland residents wishing to recycle their old working fridge or upright freezer are encouraged to participate in Maitland City Council’s Fridge Buyback program. By taking part in this program, residents will receive free collection for their working fridge or upright freezer and may also receive a $5.00 rebate. Read On


ONE DAY DEMOLITION SIDEWALK SALE
23 April 2014
Come along to Maitland Heritage Mall between 9.00am and 2.00pm on Saturday 3 May for your chance to grab a bargain and enjoy all the free activities and entertainment on offer as part of the One Day Demolition Sidewalk Sale. Maitland City Council’s Marketing and Communications Manager Rachel MacLucas says ‘City Centre traders will move their shops onto the sidewalk for one day only, offering shoppers major savings on home wares, clothing, gifts and accessories’. Read On


COUNCIL TO CONDUCT MANDATORY SWIMMING POOL INSPECTIONS
17 April 2014
From Tuesday 29 April, Maitland City Council will be conducting mandatory pool barrier inspections at tourist and visitor accommodation properties, including motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts and properties that have two or more dwellings. Manager Development and Environment David Simm says ‘Council will individually contact as many of these property owners as possible to notify them of impending inspections. Read On


THIRD STEAM LOCOMOTIVE ON BOARD FOR STEAMFEST 2014
11 April 2014
5917 has been given the green light to appear at this weekend’s Maitland Toyota Hunter Valley Steamfest, following a four year repair program. Maitland City Council’s Events Coordinator Adam Franks says ‘It has been a lengthy process to bring the 5917 to Maitland and we are thrilled to have three locomotives on board for this weekend’s event’. Read On


PLANS FOR LOCHINVAR DEVELOPMENT OUT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT
10 April 2014
Maitland City Council has released key planning guidelines for community comment for the future residential development of Lochinvar. After more than ten years of planning for up to 5,000 potential lots, Council has placed the Draft Lochinvar Urban Release Area Development Control Plan Chapter and Section 94 Development Contributions Plan on public exhibition. Read On


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