Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 17 December 2020

Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 17 December 2020

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 Cr Cheryl Gaedtke – Ordinary Meeting 17 December 2020

 Agenda Item # 5 Matters of Public Interest

 The ongoing issue of hooning within our region is once again highlighted by the residue of rubber left on the bitumen.  Police target the behaviour by increased police presence, strong enforcement through infringement notices, prosecuting offenders where possible and impounding and immobilizing vehicles.  According to local stats there are many offenders living in nearby areas, and meet on a very sporadic basis.  Community members can report via the Policelink website https://www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting or the HOON Hotline 134 666 (13HOON).

A number of Kilcoy residents have approached me about their concerns with the frequency of power outages in the general area.  There are unconfirmed reasons for the outages, and these occurrences is outside of storms and bad weather, albeit, I would like to request that Council make contact with Energex to enquire about the reasons for the number of outages and future solutions to avoid the ongoing problems.

 

Agenda Item #27 Councillors’ Report

December

09           Ordinary Council Meeting

09           Workshop Meeting

10           Annual Tourism Volunteer Christmas Lunch – Linville

A lovely lunch was shared with many of our volunteers at the Linville Hotel.  I am sure that the recent community and business initiatives realized in this unique village has impressed all.

11           Friends of the Forest – Regeneration Project – Greenhide Reserve Linville

Many thanks to Friends of the Forest for organising the working bee at the special Linville location.  Four inquisitive girls shared an environmentally educational morning.  We are all looking forward to the next working bee.

17           Ordinary Council Meeting

17           Workshop Meeting

17           Council Break-Up & Christmas Function

 


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