Councillor Gaedtke – Councillor Report – Ordinary Council Meeting – 19 July 2023

Councillor Gaedtke – Councillor Report – Ordinary Council Meeting – 19 July 2023

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 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Council Meeting 19 July 2023

Agenda Item #5 Matters of Public Interest

Lions District is inviting community to their Open Day to road test Lions Camp Duckadang on Saturday 29 July between the hours of 10am -3pm.  Everyone is welcome to road test the basketball, low ropes, ping pong, swimming pool, putt-putt, giant see saw, archery, 12m climbing wall and zip line.  There will also be guided tours every 30 minutes.

Huge congratulations to Ryder Cochrane on a well-earned third place in the eight and under boys division of the World Stars of Junior Golf Championship held in Las Vegas in June 2023.

Local identity, Ms Vanessa Aland, Regional Supervisor, North Coast Community Corrections was recognised in the King’s Birthday 2023 Honours list and is one of three           Queensland Corrective Services officers to receive the prestigious Australian Corrections Medal (ACM).  Vanessa joined Queensland Corrective Services in 2008 as a Community Corrections Supervisor.  She has consistently demonstrated the highest level of efficient and ethical service.  As District Manager of the Maroochydore Community Corrections, she has responsibility for the oversight, management and direct control of about 1000 offenders subject to supervision in the community, including contact with offenders on parole, probation and reparation orders.

Agenda Item #33 Councillors’ Report

June

07       Ordinary Council Meeting – Kilcoy

07       Workshop Meeting – Kilcoy

07       Kilcoy Street Revitalization and Streetscaping Workshop

08       Brisbane Valley Interagency Meeting – Teams

08       Kilcoy State High School – Meeting First Nations Bush Tucker Garden

10       Nanango 175th Birthday Celebrations

11       Kilcoy & District Tennis Club – Official Opening of Tennis Courts

12       Farewell to Sgt Marty Tanwan – Kilcoy

12       125th Independence Day Philippines Celebrations – Kilcoy State Primary School

12       Friends of Stonehouse – Meeting – Moore

12       Kilcoy District Progress Alliance Assn monthly Meeting

13       Somerset Dam & District Progress Association Meeting

14       Mt Kilcoy State School – School Review

19-26 Annual Leave

July

05       Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce Inc – Dinner Meeting

06       Brisbane Valley Heritage Trails committee monthly Meeting – Moore

10       Friends of Stonehouse committee monthly Meeting – Moore

10       Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce Inc – Executive Committee Meeting

10       Kilcoy District Progress Alliance Assn monthly Meeting

11       Harlin/Linville State Schools’ BVRT bicycle ride (Benarkin to Linville)

11       Kilcoy Show Society monthly Meeting

12       Lowood State High School – Murrumba Bigi

14       Harlin State School – Kops in Kilts

15       Country Week – Kilcoy District Football Club – Hopetoun Playing Fields

15       Kilcoy Lions Club – Annual Changeover Dinner

Over the past six weeks the region has been extremely busy, with lots of activity with Lion Clubs’ Change Over dinners, local state and high schools providing items of interest, ongoing community consultation with respect to the Kilcoy Street Revitalization and Streetscaping Workshop, the Kilcoy Chamber of Commerce organising a very informative after dark meeting and a very emotional farewell to Sergeant Martin Tanwan after 40 years of dedicated service to QPS  and communities, and in particular 25 years in Kilcoy.


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