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Lismore CBD Watermain Replacement Program

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Lismore CBD Watermain Replacement Program

As water mains age, they are replaced to ensure businesses and residents continue to have a reliable water supply. From February 2024 to June 2024, Council will be replacing watermains at five locations across the CBD, as part of the Lismore CBD Watermain Replacement Program 2023/24.

Project Details:

Install a temporary above-ground water pipe to maintain water supply
Disconnect and remove the existing water mains
Install and test the new water mains and fittings
Connect all property services to the newly installed pipe
Remove the temporary water supply pipe

The preferred construction methodology is Horizontal Directional Drilling. This option bores horizontally underground, and new pipes are pulled through the bore. Resulting in no open trenches, and reduced impact for access to residents and businesses.

If this method is found to be impractical at any of the below locations, residents and businesses will be notified to minimise impacts.

Location of Works:

Dawson Street (Conway Street to McLennan Lane) 96m – Scheduled start 28/02/24: Notification

Dawson Street (Conway Street to Orion Street) 937m – Scheduled start 01/03/24: Notification

Keen & Orion Streets (Zadoc Street to Orion Street) 330m

Woodlark Street (Dawson Street to Keen Street) 206m

Zadoc Street (Molesworth Street to Keen Street) 200m

A laydown area for the delivery of pipes will be setup in the Harold Fredericks carpark opposite Oaks Oval, and utilised until the end of June 2024.

Notification of works will be delivered to businesses and residents 14 days before works commence at each location. Additionally, will be shared online throughout the works to provide updates on project completion and any disruptions where necessary.

Potential Impacts:

Increased levels of noise and dust
Changed traffic conditions including reduced speed limits and temporary lane closures. Traffic controllers will be available during construction working hours to assist motorists.
Where works will cause large interference with traffic movements, temporary road closures may be incorporated and/or works may be scheduled for nightworks. In this case, significant notice will be provided. The preferred methodology is not to close roads; however, this is not possible on all occasions.
Temporary water supply interruptions. Businesses and residents will be notified of these interruptions in writing at least 48 hours in advance.
A slight reduction in water pressure during the use of the temporary water supply pipe.
Temporary driveway access restrictions at times. Affected businesses and residents will be notified in advance so alternative arrangements can be made if needed.
Temporary footpath closures. Alternative pedestrian access will be clearly signed, and site representatives will be available during construction working hours to assist pedestrians as needed.

These works are being completed through the Capital Works Water Pipelines projects to provide a safe and reliable water supply.

Please visit the FAQs, Related Information and Project Updates tabs for more information.

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April School Holidays at Lismore Area Libraries

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April School Holidays at Lismore Area Libraries

 

Lismore Area Libraries are offering an extensive range of fantastic school holiday activities.

As part of the 2024 Lismore Youth Week, we are offering:

  • Acting workshop with Neighbours star Madeleine West, for ages 12-24.
  • Film workshop with an award-winning writer-director, also for ages 12-24.

Locals aged 12-24 are encouraged to book for these free sessions here.

For younger ages, there are almost too many options. So why not just book in for the whole lot? Children are invited to:

  • Learn about ANZAC history and make some poppies to decorate our window.
  • Make a jar terrarium to take care of and watch grow over the holidays.
  • Use the extensive collection of Lego the library owns at two open play sessions.
  • And so much more craft, games and fun!

ALL events are FREE, but bookings are required. The full list of events can be viewed here.

 

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Wage Peace Not War

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Wage Peace Not War

 

Northern Rivers Peace group, Remembering and Healing invites all community members to a peace gathering on the eve of ANZAC Day – 24th of April from 5.30pm at the Red Dove Centre, 80 Keen Street, Lismore (accessible venue).

Remembering and Healing (also known as RaH) meet annually at this time to remember the suffering war brings on all sides, and to make a strong commitment to peace and non-violence both locally and globally. In something new, this year we invite people from all nations, cultures and faiths to bring bread or something you serve with bread from your culture to share together in the traditional sign of hospitality, cooperation and connection.

RaH has partnered with local Sandra Handley who will be launching Peace in our Lifetime, a global peace campaign that aims to use the collective power of imagery and its ability to unite people and cultures by blanketing the world with peace signs.  So along with music by local, Mish Songsmith, poem by Vincent Stead, peace speakers, lighting candles for peace and sharing food and conversations, attendees will have the opportunity to decorate peace signs that will be placed publicly around Lismore.

“World peace seems impossible but if we start in our own hearts, homes and communities, it can spread.” Said Jenny Dowell, RaH’s Patron and MC for the evening.

“We must give peace a chance and when we stop and really listen to each other across cultures, religions, generations or whatever divide that we might imagine, peace can grow.”

 

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Memory Run Walk Jog – My Way Lismore

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Memory Run Walk Jog – My Way Lismore

Albert Park Baseball Grounds

Keen Street Lismore
8am Sunday 19th May 2024

Join a fun community activity to fundraise and raise dementia awareness. Last year, more than 10,000 people walked, jogged and ran in cities and towns across Australia for people impacted by dementia. Dementia awareness

Lismore events include a 10km run, a 5km jog/walk or a 1km walk so that the day is inclusive of all levels of physical ability.

There will be information stalls providing details of supports, local resources and services to help those impacted by dementia, as well as food and drinks.

Form a team from your workplace, local club, friends or family (dress up to make it fun!) and enter the 1km walk, 5km jog/walk or a 10km run. Get lots of sponsors!

To register a team or take part as an individual go to:
www.memorywalk.com.au/event/lismore-myway

Dementia awareness

Dementia awareness

Currently, dementia is the leading cause of death in women and overall, it is the second leading cause of death for all Australians. In 2024, it is estimated that more than 1.6 million people in Australia are involved in the care of someone living with dementia.

Dr Jones says ‘The ageing population in the Northern Rivers is growing at an exponential rate. Our region is one of the highest ageing communities in NSW and this comes with increasing rates of those impacted by dementia in our community. I’m quite keen to see that we adopt more preventable approaches against dementia in our region’. Dementia awareness

Dr Jones says ‘There are many things we can do to prevent dementia or delay your risk of developing dementia. Adopting healthy lifestyle habits, in particular regular exercise can make a significant difference’.

“We encourage the whole community to come together, not only to raise money for
Dementia Australia, but also to exercise together and to fight this disease” says Dr Jones.

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