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City of Sydney Aug 16
Replying to @daveray99
Hi again. Due to the unforeseen circumstances, we cannot provide a precise time to complete the works. As we said before, RMS control and approve all new signals in NSW and as soon as they have approved the ones in Joynton Ave we can complete the works.
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City of Sydney Aug 16
Replying to @SimonThomsen
Hi, thanks for your interest. You may be interested to know our free weekly bulky household items and mattress pickup has been running for more than 15 yrs. The day we pickup varies depending on your suburb. It can be booked on 9265 9333 or
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City of Sydney Aug 16
Are low strata levies a good or a bad thing? If you aren’t sure you should come to our FREE Strata Skills 101: Strata levies workshop on 28 Aug. It's one of a series of strata focused workshops with useful tips and strategies for apartment living. Bookings
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City of Sydney Aug 16
If you're in the social enterprise sector in Sydney, we’d love to hear your thoughts. Complete this (15 min) survey + help shape the future of support for Sydney's social enterprises. You could win a $300 voucher for your involvement.
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City of Sydney Aug 15
Replying to @daveray99
Hi. The project experienced unforeseen delays which impacted our contractor’s delivery date. We are working hard to minimise further impacts to residents, and anticipate the City’s contractor to start roadworks again next week.
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City of Sydney Aug 15
Replying to @kiat_wendy
Hi, can you provide us with the precise location?
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City of Sydney Aug 15
Replying to @cheeky_wookie
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We'll look into it and let you know.
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City of Sydney Aug 15
Replying to @daveray99
Hi. The City is installing traffic light signals in Joynton Avenue as part of the Green Square Renewal Project. RMS control and approve all new signals in NSW, and as soon as they have approved the ones in Joynton Ave we can complete the works.
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We are partnering with to upgrade thousands of streetlights in the city to more efficient LEDs. Chief Operating Officer Trevor Armstrong and Lord Mayor were on hand to mark the start of the project. You can read more here:
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Replying to @carmfedele
3/3 You can compost in your home, at community gardens, at drop-offs & with friends. Read more Cheers, City of Sydney
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Replying to @carmfedele
2/3 Recyclable material is recovered and diverted away from landfill where possible. Our Waste Strategy & Action Plan will trial an organic food program in 2019. Learn about Leave Nothing To Waste at
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Replying to @carmfedele
1/3 Hi Carmelo, sorry we overlooked this tweet! Compostable material from domestic waste & street litter bins, including food organics is recovered & turned into mostly low-grade compost for land rehabilitation purposes.
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Replying to @Bryn_Newman
3/3. We recognise it’s difficult for riders to ticket their bikes, so we introduced free parking for motorbikes & scooters in our ticket areas. You can suggest new motorbike parking only locations, by emailing a detailed description to council@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Replying to @Bryn_Newman
2/3 The City is committed to limiting unsustainable growth in vehicle traffic. Instead of increasing commuter parking, the City is advocating walking, cycling and catching public transport – all measures to encourage a shift away from private vehicle transport.
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Replying to @Bryn_Newman
1/3 Hi Bryn, there’s more demand for street parking than available parking spaces. We’ve lost 12% of loading zone kerb space to construction & public transport projects since 2015.
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City of Sydney Aug 14
Urban growth, climate change and social inequality are among the priorities that will shape the city over the next three decades. Learn more about Sustainable Sydney 2050
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City of Sydney Aug 13
Replying to @RisingSunWkshop
Hi. Theisparking area in Harrington Street is controlled by Property NSW, not the City. Our staff believe the works may be part of the CBD and South East Light Rail (CSELR). You can contact Property NSW at or CSELR on 1800 684 490.
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City of Sydney Aug 13
Are you a female entrepreneur or business owner? It's Week at . The FREE program includes events, panel discussions, workshops + presentations over 3 locations with expert speakers. More info .
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City of Sydney Aug 13
Replying to @lukefortomorrow
Hi Luke, the trolley is owned and managed by the supermarkets so they would be responsible for any impoundment fees. Reports of abandoned trolleys in the public way are tagged and impounded by the rangers.
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City of Sydney Aug 13
Replying to @SophiaScarp
2/2 Our Waste Strategy & Action Plan will trial an organic food program in 2019. Learn about Leave Nothing To Waste at . You can compost in your home, at community gardens, at drop-offs & with friends. Read more at
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