This afternoon Kiama residents will hear about the steps being taken to deal with asbestos from damaged buildings.
At 5.30pm in the council chambers in Manning Street, police and senior SES personnel will address the public at a community meeting about the measures being put in place to manage the asbestos issues surrounding damaged buildings in Kiama.
Meanwhile, Kiama and Shellharbour residents affected by Sunday’s storm will be able to dispose of waste for free.
Kiama Council is allowing affected resident to dispose of green waste free of charge at the Minnamurra Waste Collection Facility until March 11.
Council will review the date next week and consider whether an extension is necessary.
Residents will need to present a rate notice or a drivers licence to show they live in the area.
Kiama residents will also be able to dispose of non-contaminated small debris waste for free at the Dunmore Waste Depot.
This will require a voucher, which can be collected at the Minnamurra facility.
Shellharbour residents can dispose of green waste at the Dunmore waste disposal site for free while building waste will be accepted from properties identified as impacted by the storm, until March 6.
People residing in Albion Park Rail on Candlebark Street, Jarrah Way, Forest Oak Place and Paperbark Street and Yulara Drive, Clermont Crescent and Roper Road in Albion Park can show proof of address and dispose of their building waste for free.