Job creation, growth and opportunity for the Scenic Rim community are at the heart of a new
Council initiative aimed at stimulating the local economy.
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10 FEBRUARY - SEASONAL WEATHER PROMPTS THE NEED TO WEED
Seasonal weather conditions of stormy and sunny days provide the ideal environment for the growth and spread of pest plants and weeds. Scenic Rim Regional Council conducts weed management on council-administered lands, however, weed control on private property is the responsibility of landholders.
9 FEBRUARY - RESILIENCE FUNDING TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE
Council has been awarded more than $340,000 in Queensland Government assistance to enhance the resilience of infrastructure to future disaster events. The funding, which has been allocated through the 2015-16 Community Resilience Fund, represents a 40% co-contribution towards the cost of two eligible Council infrastructure improvement projects.
8 FEBRUARY - COUNCIL CARETAKER PROTOCOL COMES INTO EFFECT
The countdown to the March local government election has commenced with Council entering a caretaker period ahead of the March 19 poll date. Council's Caretaker Period Protocol came into effect from Saturday 6 February with the opening of nominations for the upcoming poll and will remain in force until the declaration of the election result after the March 19 poll.
5 FEBRUARY - COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENT GROW TOGETHER
Applications for the 2016 round of Council’s Community Trees Initiative are now open to community groups across the Scenic Rim. The initiative provides community groups, social clubs, sporting associations and school groups with the opportunity to do something positive for the environment by planting trees in their local area.
5 FEBRUARY - JUMP INTO A HEALTHY AND ACTIVE 2016
The Be Healthy & Active Program is bigger and better than ever in 2016 with an increased variety of activities and events promoting health and fitness for all ages and abilities. Council has again partnered with an array of organisations to deliver a packed program of activities from 8 February to 1 May under the Be Healthy & Active banner.
29 JANUARY - BEAUDESERT STREET TO BE NAMED AFTER CHAMPION GOLFER
Champion golfer Jason Day is to be honoured in his home town of Beaudesert with the naming of a new road in recognition of his sporting achievements. Scenic Rim Regional Council will officially dedicate one of the first streets in the new town's Oakland Estate development as "Jason Day Drive".
27 JANUARY - NEW SUBDIVISION APPROVED FOR KALBAR
Council has approved the development of 58 residential lots in Kalbar comprising stages 2 and 3 of the former Engels Hill Residential Estate. Mayor John Brent said the proposed development involved the reconfiguration of a lot on Edward Street, Kalbar.
27 JANUARY - QUARRY APPROVAL GRANTED SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS
Council today approved a development application for a quarry located at Christensen Road, Mount Walker, subject to a comprehensive list of conditions.
27 JANUARY - SCENIC LOOKOUT RESTORATION FUND
Council has nominated the Hang Gliders Lookout on Main Western Road, Tamborine Mountain for a funding grant through the Scenic Lookout Restoration Fund.
27 JANUARY - COUNCIL TO SEEK HEAVY VEHICLE SAFETY FUNDING
Council will seek Federal funding through the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program to support improved road and safety conditions for Tarome Road.
Quadrennial local government elections will be held thoughout Queensland on Saturday 19 March 2016.
This process is administered by the Electoral Commission of Queensland. For enquiries and information about electoral enrollment or voting visit www.ecq.qld.gov.au or call 1300 881 665.
Candidates contesting the forthcoming election are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the regulations relating to the display of signage within Scenic Rim.
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