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Moora : Directory 2010-11
Moora Community Directory -- 3 ADMINISTRATION AND LIBRARY 34 PADBURY STREET, MOORA WA 6510 PO BOX 211, MOORA WA 6510 Business Hours 9.00am to 4.30pm Telephone (08) 9651 1401 Facsimile (08) 9651 1722 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.moora.wa.gov.au LIBRARY HOURS Monday to Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm The public is invited to take advantage of this free service. RUBBISH COLLECTION DAYS Monday Moora Commercial Tuesday Moora Residential - Green Bin Wednesday Moora Residential (South of River) - Recycling Thursday Moora Residential (North of River) - Recycling Friday Moora Commercial & other Towns Please check notices published in the Advocate for festive holiday collection and opening details. MOORA RUBBISH TIP The Moora rubbish tip is manned by a tip controller. People disposing of rubbish at the tip will be required to present a tip ticket to access the tip. Tip tickets are available to be purchased from the Shire of Moora Offce and Gull Service Station. Tip tickets are required for commercial and domestic refuse. Green waste and clean recyclables can be disposed of at no charge. Each tip ticket will allow the disposal of one cubic metre or part thereof of any type of waste, apart from hazardous waste such as asbestos, and will need to be given to the tip controller manning the site. If you have over 1 cubic metre of waste then you will need the requisite number of tickets ie 10 cubic metres of waste will require 10 tip tickets to be presented and so on. The tip opening hours are Monday & Tuesday Closed Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 2.00pm - 6.00pm Saturday & Sunday 9.00am - 6.00pm The tip will be closed on Christmas day. COUNCIL FACILITY BOOKINGS Council facilities can all be booked a the Council Offce. Payment must be made in advance to secure your booking. Moora Swimming Pool 9651 1198 Caravan Park Caretaker 0409 511 400 MOORA CHILDCARE CENTRE For bookings phone 9651 1194 RANGER Murray Matthews 0408 511 409 DOG REGISTRATIONS One Year Three Years Unsterilised Dog or Bitch $30 $75 Sterilised Dog or Bitch $10 $18 Pensioners - 50% of above fees Dogs for tending stock - 25% of above fees Registrations after 31st May in any year 50% of fee otherwise payable, for that registration year. To obtain Sterilised Concessions, owners must produce a Registered Veterinary Surgeon Certifcate or a Statutory Declaration. To assist dog control measures please ensure your dog is registered. DISASTER ALERT First Warning (possible food) • Fire, football and police sirens will be activated • Listen to your radio (5.31 WF or/and TV for updated reports • Check batteries for portable radios • Lift furniture/stock • Secure outside moveable objects • Pack belongings (medication, minimum of clothes, money, identifcation etc) • Schools will be closed • Take vehicle to high ground - Atbara Street east to end, up the hill on left • If transport is not available, make arrangements to evacuate Second Warning • Sirens will be activated again • Turn off gas • Evacuate to Central Midlands Senior High School, Ranfurly Street, Moora • If you cannot safely secure your pets they can be brought with you-onalead • For your own safety and the security of your home - regardless of whether you remain in Moora or leave, you MUST register at the evacuation centre Final Warning • Sirens will be activated again • All residents SHOULD either be at the evacuation centre or have made their own way to safety. Remember you must register prior to leaving Note: To avoid any tragic accidents and for the safety of your family and volunteer rescuers, your cooperation in following all instructions for this alert is necessary. When asked to evacuate your house, please consider the lives of the rescuers who have to come back to evacuate you if you stay.