Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, has expressed his thanks to Council’s Parks and Reserves crew headed by Chris Norvill, for their efforts which have seen the Shire’s parks and gardens looking beautiful.
“When you think back to twelve months ago when the region was in extreme drought and many areas little more than dust bowls, it is fantastic to see the transformation some good rains can bring about and crews have been out taking advantage of the conditions to ensure things are looking fabulous,” he said.
“Your efforts have seen positive comments on social media and visitors to our communities have also commented on how nice things look, congratulations,” he continued.
“Following the recent rain and with warmer spring weather grass is expected to grow extremely quickly in a fashion we haven’t seen for some period of time. Our machinery and staff numbers to deal with this explosion in growth are finite and I would ask residents to be patient as crews work to deal with the issue,” Councillor Hawkins concluded.