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A message from Mayor Glen Hartwig - Wednesday, 25 November 2020 A message from Mayor Glen Hartwig - Wednesday, 25 November 2020

This week, myself and councillors hosted Alan MacSporran QC. 

Mr MacSporran is the chair of the Crime and Corruption Commission and was in town to speak with Councillors and myself to a range of topics. 

The CCC are not just an enforcement body.

They perform a range of functions which assist in the regulation of local governments.

But, local government, by its very nature can only function in conjunction with community. This partnership is a marriage or sorts. 

While Council and the community may not always see eye-to-eye, at the end of the day council is there to support our residents. 

However, Council relies on many individuals, groups, organisations and services in order to deliver what we need to. 

And although our core business is roads, rates, rubbish and water, this doesn’t mean we should exclude work that involves, engages and captures the community spirit we possess here in spades.   

For example, Council will soon be asking you to assist us with our waste management planning.  

Council is forming a reference group to help plan for the future of our waste facilities. Examples like this show how residents can have direct input into the direction of council.  

Council also works closely with emergency services in planning for, during and recovering from natural disasters and works in conjunction with tourism bodies and representatives from a host of industries. The partnerships are under the mandate of helping this region prosper. 

Mayor Glen Hartwig

 

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Invitation to Tender No. RFT0210 Laurenceson Road Upgrade – Glanmire (Gympie)

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified and experienced contractors for the upgrading, to a 12.0m wide commercial/industrial standard, of Laurenceson Road, Glanmire (Gympie).

Documents are available from the Queensland Government QTender website at https://qtenders.hpw.qld.gov.au Tenderers must be registered with the Queensland Government QTender site to be able to download documents, request information and submit tenders.

Suitably endorsed tenders close at the below website address at 2pm Thursday 24 July 2020. In accordance with s228(8) of the Local Government Regulation 2012 (Regulation), Council may decide not to accept any tenders it receives. In accordance with s288(9) of the Regulation any accepted tender must be the one deemed most advantageous to Council.

It is noted that the lowest price tender may not be the most advantageous.

All tenders must be submitted via the Queensland Government QTender Website https://qtenders.hpw.qld.gov.au.

Pauline Gordon,

Acting Chief Executive Officer


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