THE BMX track at Anzac Park will be immediately closed after councillors voted not to inject any more funds into the struggling facility.
The project had been spearheaded by the Orange BMX Club, but remains incomplete.
Asked whether they wanted to bring the facility up to a safe recreational standard and front a $16,000 annual maintenance cost, councillors voted to instead look for alternative uses for the land.
A motion to reverse a decision to stop investigations into taking a lease over Orange Ex-Services' Club's pool was lost in the wake of the club formally withdrawing the offer.
Councillor Glenn Taylor said it was important, even if the option could not be pursued, to show the community it was doing everything it could.
The council supported non-motorised boating and fishing at Spring Creek Dam, despite concerns about the potential impact on drinking water quality.
Toilets at Robertson Park were deferred again pending a meeting with the CWA on June 28.
Councillor Scott Munro moved to have councillor expenses lodged within three months or not be able to claim.
Deputy mayor Sam Romano asked to investigate adding showers to the toilet block at Gosling Creek.
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