Rapt2015 lights up Mosman homes and businesses13 November 2015
Mosman Council is helping Mosman residents and businesses to get into the festive spirit by expanding its much-loved Christmas decorating competition Rapt to include residential properties and new business categories.
Mosman Council vows to oppose merger11 November 2015
Mosman Council has maintained its staunchly independent stance with Council resolving last night not to provide the State Government with any preferred merger options as had been requested.
Mosman Council welcomes parliamentary report30 October 2015
Mosman Mayor Peter Abelson has welcomed the findings of a parliamentary inquiry into Local Government which found the NSW Government has failed to make a case for forced council amalgamations and called for the withdrawal of Government claims that councils are unfit.
Strong support for independence at Mosman meeting28 October 2015
More than 300 residents attended a meeting on Monday night supporting Mosman’s independence ahead of the impending State Government announcement on the fate of NSW councils.
Domestic violence workshop hones strategy22 October 2015
Mosman Council will launch an action program to combat domestic violence in the lead-up to White Ribbon Day with a workshop for specialists on 3 November.
Mosman Council sold out in Fit for the Future report20 October 2015
The IPART report has found that Mosman Council is fit financially and strategically and provides efficient services that the community wants.
Mosman council welcomes arts funding16 October 2015
Mosman Council has welcomed the announcement of $255,000 in arts funding over the next three years to continue to engage and build new audiences.
Big response to parking limit consultation02 October 2015
Hundreds of residents and business operators have taken the opportunity to have their say on proposed parking time limit changes in and around Mosman’s main commercial areas.
Council urges residents to help save Mosman02 October 2015
Mosman Council has launched a new public awareness campaign to warn the community about the costs if it is forced to merge with neighbouring councils.
Mayor calls for details on 'stronger communities' ad claims14 September 2015
Mayor of Mosman Peter Abelson has renewed his call for the State Government to produce evidence to support its advertising campaign which describes the local government system as needing to be “sorted out”.