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Council is delivering a record $9.5 million capital works program which will result in some inconvenience to the community. Council will be providing regular updates over the summer months to manage any disruption and keep community members informed of progress.

Works Completed
• Bridport Foreshore solar lights
• New stainless steel rubbish bins – Scottsdale Shopping Precinct
• Installed state of the art LED lights in the Scottsdale Sports Stadium
• The roadworks in Arthur St Scottsdale have been completed with only some minor work remaining on the nature strip.
• The beautification works in Ada St Scottsdale have been completed, including landscaping and new footpath, and Kerb. Works in Progress
• Paving of the footpath in Kings St Scottsdale has commenced, will be some inconvenience with the footpath closed this week between Link centre and Dorset Flex.
• Will be some inconvenience in Bridport as works continue at top end of Main Street between Maxwell and Walter St.

New footpaths that were completed
• Joseph Street, Bridport
• Elizabeth Street, Bridport
• Main Street (opposite the Primary School), Bridport
• Main Street (in front of service station), Bridport
• Village Green connection to the foreshore playground, Bridport • Ethel Street, Scottsdale

· Construction work on the extension of Henry Street through to Maxwell Street, Bridport, including sealing has commenced
· New playground equipment for Children’s Reserve in Scottsdale has been ordered
· Ellesmere Cemetery is undergoing substantial improvement works involving a large number of existing headstones
· In coming months Council will be changing the speed limit in Main Street Bridport between South and Maxwell Street from 60 km to 50 km/hr
· Installation of safety guardrail on North Scottsdale Road has commenced
· Construction of the viewing platform at the Sideling Lookout is underway and construction of new toilets will commence shortly. The existing toilets will remain open during the construction period

Other Messages
As a Council initiative to encourage a more active lifestyle, entry to the Branxholm and Scottsdale Swimming Pools is now free of charge.