PO Box 147, Currie
King Island TAS 7256
Ph: 03 6462 9000
Fax: 03 6462 1313
General News Item
King Island Airport Users
Following the introduction of the Aviation Transport Security Act in Marcy 2005 all persons entering the airside of the King Island Airport must have an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC) from 1 January 2006.
An authorised representative of the aircraft operator must escort all passengers disembarking and embarking an aircraft.
All persons meeting an aircraft to forward or collect freight must make arrangements with the individual operators if they wish to access airside.
Effective from 1 January 2006 it is a Commonwealth offence for unauthorised individuals to access the airside of the King Island Airport.
Tasmanian Fire Serivce (TFS) - Community Fire Refuge Information
The TFS web page for Community fire refuge information has been updated, with minor changes only.
This is the link: http://www.fire.tas.gov.au/Show?pageId=colCommunityRefuges
There are no material changes to the arrangements, however the changes to the web page information are as follows:
Ratepayers are reminded that collection of rubbish over and above that in mobile garage bins be restricted to a single secured plastic bag or box secured against spillage, not exceeding 20 kg. Any cardboard boxes for collection must be collapsed and securely tied together. Any bags in excess of this allowance will not be collected by Council staff.
It should also be noted that Council staff will not remove rubbish from households where a mobile garbage bin is not used (ie where just plastic bags are left for collection.
Council is presently operating a waste oil disposal facility, located at the Council's Works Depot. The waste oil is then transferred to the Grassy Swimming Pool. Council is requesting persons wishing to dispose of waste oil to contact Council on 6462 9000 to arrange a date and time.
Do You Have Unwanted Chemicals on your Property?
We all want a cleaner, safer environment to live in. The disposal of unwanted toxic chemicals can impact detrimentally upon the environment and public health. The community on King Island have an opportunity to dispose of these unwanted chemicals from agricultural and commercial livestock production. ChemClear is a national industry funded initiative designed as a cost effective way to collect and dispose of unused and unwanted currently registered chemicals. Any formulation is accepted, including flowables, granules and powder consistencies.