The Rattler project will not only be a major tourism draw card but also an economic driver for our region, as previously stated by Mr Perrett.
Due to public concern over the safety of the building, Council investigated the site and issued an enforcement notice to the owner which required the removal of the building as it was found to be structurally unsound.
Council has awarded an additional $14,500 in sponsorship to the Gympie Show Society to support the Gympie region's growing annual show.
From farm tours and growers markets, to garden expos and fine dining, Council’s Eat Local Month celebrates the diversity of the region’s local produce.
In preparation for the construction of the youth precinct, early phase demolition works are being undertaken at the Memorial Pool site in Nelson’s Park Reserve.
Mayor Mick Curran will officially opening the newly revitalised Goomeri Market Square this Saturday, 28 April.
Council endorsed the increased budget to complete the Mary Valley Rattler Project for the amount of $2,353,102.55 at today’s ordinary meeting (April 26, 2018).
Gympie Regional Council has no plans to dispose of recycling into landfill and will continue to recycle and encourage residents to continue to do the same.
Once the Election Commission Queensland officially announces the results of the Division 8 By-election, the elected councillor will make the declaration of office to the Gympie Regional Council CEO.
Business women in the Gympie region are invited to share their successes and challenges with colleagues at a series of round-table discussions next month.
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