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19 JUNE - IMPROVED DESIGN OUTCOME FOR GLENEAGLE ESTATE

Council has changed its approval conditions for a new residential estate at Gleneagle to provide an improved layout and larger lot sizes.
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19 JUNE - NEW ACREAGE SUBDIVISION FOR BOONAH

Council has approved a 22-lot rural residential subdivision at Boonah. The rural residential blocks will range in size from 3709sqm to 5820sqm and be serviced via Stacey Drive.
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19 JUNE - LONG-TERM APPROVAL FOR TAMBORINE QUARRY

Council has provided a long-term operating approval for an established quarrying business at Tamborine.
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19 JUNE - NEW ROAD MAP ON TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE ADOPTED

Council has adopted a four-year strategy to manage and improve the region's vital road infrastructure.
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19 JUNE - STRATEGY AFFIRMS DIRECTION ON DRAINAGE

Council has reviewed its Urban Drainage Strategy to ensure the organisation continues to effectively manage stormwater infrastructure throughout the Scenic Rim.
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19 JUNE - WASTE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING PLAN

Council's vision on waste management has been formulated into a draft Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan through to 2025.
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19 JUNE - FEEDBACK INVITED ON DRAFT FLYING FOX STRATEGY

The draft Scenic Rim Flying Fox Management Strategy will be released for public consultation following its endorsement by Council.
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19 JUNE - BE HEALTHY AND ACTIVE MEASURES UP

The 2015 Be Healthy & Active Program continues to build on the success of last year with improved health outcomes for participants, increased social connections across the community and highly regarded partnerships with sporting clubs and service providers.
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19 JUNE - STRATEGIC VISION FOR SCENIC RIM LIBRARIES

Council has updated its Libraries Strategic Plan to reflect the changing face of libraries as a vibrant and welcoming community hub.
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19 JUNE - 2014/15 COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM ROUND FOUR

In the final round of Community Grants for 2014/15, Council will provide more than $35,500 to assist local community groups in the Scenic Rim.
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