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    WSROC Councils in Lithgow City Media Release 22 May, 2019 WSROC member councils toured Lithgow City in late May, taking the opportunity to learn more about WSROC’s most westerly region and gateway to the Central West. Council representatives and WSROC…
  • Asbestos a toxic tax on local government
    Asbestos a toxic tax on local government Media release - April 30, 2019 Asbestos-contaminated sites uncovered on Sydney road projects (SMH April 29,2019) present a significant challenge to the NSW Government in terms of disposal and funding the cost of remediation. However, the…
  • Hawkesbury Council launches 500kW solar program
    Hawkesbury Council launches 500kW solar program Media Release, 3 May 2019 Western Sydney councils celebrated the launch of a 500kW Hawkesbury Solar Program on Thursday 2nd May. The event kicked-off at South Windsor Family Centre amongst some of the project’s future…
  • Federal action on waste urgent says WSROC
    Federal action on waste urgent says WSROC Media release, 10 May 2019 WSROC has called on the next Australian Government to act urgently on Australia’s waste management crisis to stimulate local recycling capacity, ensure more products are recycled, and develop new markets…
  • We must accelerate road to recovery
    We must accelerate road to recovery Media release, 28 March 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has called on both major parties to commit to increase Roads to Recovery funding for 2019 – 2024. WSROC President Cr Barry…
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The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils Ltd (WSROC) represents eight local councils in Greater Western Sydney: Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Cumberland, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Lithgow, Liverpool and Parramatta.

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  • WSROC Councils in Lithgow City Media Release 22 May, 2019 WSROC member councils toured Lithgow City in late May, taking the opportunity to learn more about WSROC’s most westerly region and gateway to the Central West. Council representatives and WSROC staff took in key historic,…
  • Media release, 14 May, 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) is incredulous that the NSW Government has given local government two months’ notice on an increased Emergency Services Levy without warning or consultation. WSROC President, Cr Barry…

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