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NEWS

NOT A LOT HAPPENED TODAY

NOT A LOT HAPPENED TODAY I spoke with Chris earlier, he sent me a good picture: Finally, we can see what it looks like Wonder the water of Lucas Passage. He had some concerns about what the workers were saying – not a lot! Almost as if they would be […]

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21 DAYS TO REPAIR

  21 DAYS TO REPAIR Lots of news and pictures today… Chris Zahan, RCC  and Clem J Ebber Chris Zahan has sent to me the following (Thu, 20 May 2021 22:00:33): The water mains pipe layers have said 21 days to drill new pipe line 500 ml to 550 ml […]

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UPCOMING PIPELINE REPLACEMENTTOMORROW

 

UPCOMING PIPELINE REPLACEMENT TOMORROW   It is official, I have had an email forwarded to me from Seqwaer. Here is the redacted version (sans email, last names, phone numbers, etc). Here is the plan so far. The pipes in the picture are the ‘standby’ pipes, only to be used in […]

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FEATURES

How long is a piece of string? Simple, cut it in half , measure the two bits – then add those numbers together! String theory explained.. Well not really. I am often asked to explain things – which way is up, why is the sky blue.. and the BIGGIE What […]

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INFRASTRUCTURE

Macleay Island Foreshore Development

There is debate about the Macleay Island Foreshore Development. At (another) $8,500,000 to be spent from State coffers and this time Council as well, we could (and should) expect that the debacle of the Mainland ‘Bus Stop’ blowout in time and budget won’t be repeated. The immediate issue is the […]

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CCTV and Council Decisions.

  Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?| Who guards the guardians? A very important motion being brought before council this Wednesday. Are there any loopholes, like the area of responsibility for monitoring, which is not yet under any responsibility. 14.1 NOTICE OF MOTION – CR EDWARDS 14.1.1 CLOSED CIRCUIT SECURITY SMBI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE On  4  September  2017,  in  accordance with  s.3(4)  POL‐3127  […]

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Island carpark CCTV cameras

Hello Bay Islanders, Just a quick heads-up on the cameras, we have had some really promising progress with the MBCIA fundraiser for the extra cameras in the island carparks, currently waiting for a quote from a local supplier as well as a few bureaucratic hurdles to conquer. As you know, […]

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COUNCIL

5 media releases

  5 media releases Massive boost to make it easier to get around Redlands Coast Councillors and senior officers forgo pay rise Record $327 million budget Redlands Coast island infrastructure boost Investment keeps Redlands Coast naturally wonderful   1 Investment keeps Redlands Coast naturally wonderful Redland City Council will spend […]

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Council streamlines process for disposal of surplus island land to adjoining property owners

  Council streamlines process for disposal of surplus island land to adjoining property owners The procedure for Southern Moreton Bay Island property owners to purchase surplus, Council-owned freehold land that adjoins their property has been simplified after Council this week agreed to streamline the process. The Southern Moreton Bay Islands […]

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New ferry terminals to be delivered sooner

  New ferry terminals to be delivered sooner Four new ferry terminals on Redlands Coast will be delivered sooner and at an estimated cost saving of more than $5 million after Council this week agreed to bring forward the projects. Mayor Karen Williams said Council’s decision would see the Southern […]

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WHAT THE FUTURE

5 media releases

  5 media releases Massive boost to make it easier to get around Redlands Coast Councillors and senior officers forgo pay rise Record $327 million budget Redlands Coast island infrastructure boost Investment keeps Redlands Coast naturally wonderful   1 Investment keeps Redlands Coast naturally wonderful Redland City Council will spend […]

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Council streamlines process for disposal of surplus island land to adjoining property owners

  Council streamlines process for disposal of surplus island land to adjoining property owners The procedure for Southern Moreton Bay Island property owners to purchase surplus, Council-owned freehold land that adjoins their property has been simplified after Council this week agreed to streamline the process. The Southern Moreton Bay Islands […]

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New ferry terminals to be delivered sooner

  New ferry terminals to be delivered sooner Four new ferry terminals on Redlands Coast will be delivered sooner and at an estimated cost saving of more than $5 million after Council this week agreed to bring forward the projects. Mayor Karen Williams said Council’s decision would see the Southern […]

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WHAT THE FUTURE

5 media releases

  5 media releases Massive boost to make it easier to get around Redlands Coast Councillors and senior officers forgo pay rise Record $327 million budget Redlands Coast island infrastructure boost Investment keeps Redlands Coast naturally wonderful   1 Investment keeps Redlands Coast naturally wonderful Redland City Council will spend […]

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Council streamlines process for disposal of surplus island land to adjoining property owners

  Council streamlines process for disposal of surplus island land to adjoining property owners The procedure for Southern Moreton Bay Island property owners to purchase surplus, Council-owned freehold land that adjoins their property has been simplified after Council this week agreed to streamline the process. The Southern Moreton Bay Islands […]

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New ferry terminals to be delivered sooner

  New ferry terminals to be delivered sooner Four new ferry terminals on Redlands Coast will be delivered sooner and at an estimated cost saving of more than $5 million after Council this week agreed to bring forward the projects. Mayor Karen Williams said Council’s decision would see the Southern […]

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