Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights

Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights

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Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights

Kilcoy Community Share Meal on This Thursday

Somerset Regional Council is again supporting Kilcoy’s monthly community share meal. The community share meal is being held on Thursday, 27 October from 12.30pm until 2.30pm at the Kilcoy Information Centre. The meal provides a great opportunity for Somerset residents to meet new people and sample different dishes. For more information about this event contact Council on (07) 5424 4000.

Somerset Council to Meet on Wednesday

Somerset Regional Council will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, 26 October at Esk.

Meetings are held in the Simeon Lord Room at the Esk Library off Heap Street, Esk starting at 9am.

Meetings are open to the public and agendas are available from Council’s website: www.somerset.qld.gov.au.

Learn to Help Native Animals at Esk’s Next Cuppa and Chat

The Esk Community Connection Point is holding their next Cuppa and Chat on Friday, 4 November at 10.30am.

Guest speaker, Sue Holmes, from FAUNA will provide information on how to recognise when a native animal is in need of assistance and what to do when you see an injured native animal.

This community event is supported by Somerset Regional Council and is free to attend.

For more information contact Council on (07) 5424 4000.

Nominations are now open for Somerset’s 2016 Australia Day awards

Somerset residents are being encouraged to recognise the outstanding contributions of fellow residents by nominating them for one of six awards.

Nominations are invited for Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, Event of the Year, Sports Award, Community Group of the Year and Arts and Cultural Award.

Nomination forms are available from Somerset Regional Council offices at Esk, Lowood and Kilcoy or from www.somerset.qld.gov.au.

Nominations close 5pm Friday, 9 December.

Somerset Council Will Hold Next Wild Dog Baiting Day in November

Somerset Regional Council will hold its next 1080 wild dog baiting day on Monday, 14 November.

Baiting stations will be located at Middle Creek, Bryden and Kilcoy Showgrounds from 7.30am until 9am and at the Fernvale Campdraft Grounds and Moore Pony Club Grounds from 10.30 until 12pm.

Participants are reminded that their property must be at least 40 hectares and more than five km from the nearest town.

Baits cannot be laid within 50m of a roadway or within five meters of a boundary fence and neighbours should be given notification of the intention of laying baits.

For bookings or enquiries phone Council on (07) 5424 4000.

Changes to QGAP Operating Hours to Take Effect Soon

Somerset Regional Council wants to remind residents of changes to the operational hours of the Queensland Government Agency Program (QGAP) in Lowood.

Council undertakes the QGAP functions on behalf of the state government offering services from its Lowood Customer Service Centre on the corner of Michel and Main Streets.

As of Tuesday, 1 November 2016 all QGAP services at the Lowood centre will no longer be available from 12pm to 2pm.

Services offered by the Lowood QGAP branch will only be available between the hours of 9am to midday and 2pm to 4pm from Monday through to Friday.

   
   

 


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