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Scenic Rim 2013/14 Annual Report Scenic Rim 2013/14 Annual Report

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News & Announcements News & Announcements

25 NOVEMBER - WASTE EDUCATION A COLOURFUL COMPETITION

Gary Green, the new mascot for Council's Waste Education Program, received a colourful welcome by primary school students across the Scenic Rim. Students were encouraged to participate in the 'Name The Mascot' and 'Reduce My Waste Initiative' colouring-in competition with over 250 entries received. 
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25 NOVEMBER - 2013/14 ANNUAL REPORT ADOPTED BY COUNCIL

Council today signed off on its 2013/14 Annual Report. Mayor John Brent said the document provided the community with a snapshot of Council’s financial and operational performance and achievements during 2013/14.
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25 NOVEMBER - RADF GRANTS SUPPORT COMMUNITY ARTS INITIATIVES

Community exhibitions commemorating the Anzac Centenary in 2015 and programs to build local theatrical skills are among the programs funding in the latest Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) round. RADF provides funding for community-based projects supporting professional and emerging artists and arts practitioners living in regional Queensland.
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25 NOVEMBER - BASEMENT TENANT ON TRACK WITH 10-YEAR LEASE

Tamborine Mountain's Goat Track Theatre Company has secured a 10-year lease over the basement space at the Vonda Youngman Community Centre.
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25 NOVEMBER - REGIONAL PEST SURVEYING ENDORSED BY COUNCIL

Council has endorsed a two-year inspection program targeting declared pest plants and animals on private, Crown and Council-owned land throughout the Scenic Rim.
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25 NOVEMBER - LEASE RENEWED FOR CANUNGRA'S MORIARTY PARK

Council has renewed the leasehold of Moriarty Park Community Sporting Centre Inc. over its namesake complex in Canungra for a further five years.
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25 NOVEMBER - CABIN APPROVAL FOR TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN

A development application for the establishment of tourist cabins at an existing winery on Tamborine Mountain has been approved by Council. The approval entails the conversion of two existing residences located at 32-42 Hartley Rd into tourist cabins, in addition to the retention of the existing tourist facilities and functions carried out on the site.
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21 NOVEMBER - RESTORATION OF GAP CREEK CROSSING COMPLETE

Council has ticked off another significant disaster restoration project with the completion of repairs to the Gap Creek culvert on Tarome Rd. Mayor John Brent said Council was on track to complete the balance of its 2013 disaster restoration program by the end of the financial year, weather permitting.
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21 NOVEMBER - ANTICIPATION FOR BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS BUILDS

The 2014 Scenic Rim Business Excellence Awards are set to showcase the expertise and innovation of the who's who of the local business community. Mayor John Brent said he is anticipating an exciting evening at the fourth Awards next Friday, 28 November, to be held at The Centre, Beaudesert.
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21 NOVEMBER - CENTRAL LANDFILL IN OPERATION

Council's new waste disposal cell at the Bromelton Central Landfill facility is completed and already serving the region's waste disposal needs to 2020.
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