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17th November 2017.
Important information relating to your responsibility as a landholder in the Shire of Waroona. With reference to section 33 of the Bush Fires Act, 1954, you are required to carry out fire prevention work on land owned or occupied by you in shorter essays tend not to require a restatement of your main ideas accordance with the provisions of this order.
This work must be carried out on or before November 17th and kept maintained throughout the summer months until the close of Restricted Burning Period.
Land owned or occupied by you within the Waroona town site you shall:
Fire breaks not less that 3 metres wide and four metres vertical must be provided in the following positions.
If it is considered for any reason to be impractical to clear fire breaks as required as required by this notice or natural features render fire breaks unnecessary you may apply to the council or its duly authorised officer not later than the 1st day of November for permission to provide fire breaks in alternative positions (strategic breaks) or to take alternative action to abate fire hazards on the land. If permission is not granted by the council or its duly authorised officer, you shall comply with the requirements of this notice. If the requirements of this notice are carried out by burning, such burning must be in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Bush Fires Act.
Where the area of land is 4,000 square meters or less, all flammable material on the entire property shall be reduced and maintained to a height of less than 5 centimeters by slashing, mowing, rotary hoeing, chemical spraying or by other means.
Occupied or unoccupied land and less than 2023m2 Where the area of the land is less than 2023m2 remove all flammable material on the land except living standing trees, from the whole of the land by either ploughing, cultivating, scarifying, slashing (to a height of 4cm) chemical spraying (followed by slashing down to a height of 4cm) or other approved method by an authorised officer of Council. A four meter fire break is not acceptable.