Nov 25 2014

From Andrew Page in the Local Newsroom:

Residents across the Snowy Mountains & Monaro are being reminded about a scheme that subsidises smoke alarms for local residents who are deaf or hard of hearing.

The specialist smoke alarms include a strobe light and pillow shaker, however they typically cost around $500.

Melanie Rebane from Fire & Rescue NSW, says the subsidy lowers the cost substantially.

Applications can be made at www.deafsocietynsw.org.au.

Nov 25 2014

From Andrew Page in the Local Newsroom:

Local councils in the Snowy Mountains & Monaro are set to benefit from the latest round of government grants.

The latest quarterly payment of the financial assistance grant will see  Snowy River Shire receive over $800,000, Cooma Monaro Shire $899,000 and Bombala Shire $459,000.

Eden Monaro MP Dr Peter Hendy says it's then all up to councils on where the money's spent.

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