Maranoa Regional Council sat this week.
Here’s a snapshot of outcomes from that meeting;
Donation of “Moonlighting in Moffatt” – Exhibition banners Karen Knight-Mudie donated to Council “Moonlighting in Moffatt” exhibition banners, depicting the story of the Kenniff Brothers.
Roadway Naming at Racecourse North Estate, Injune – Council today named the roadway at Racecourse North Estate, “Denton Court”, in honour of Mrs Joy Denton, for her service to the community.
Review of Road Safety – Carnarvon Highway through Surat Council put its support behind requests to the Department of Transport and Main Roads to investigate and implement all possible options to improve safety on the Carnarvon Highway through the township of Surat.
Maranoa PCYC- Maranoa PCYC crime prevention and youth development programs for the 2017/18 year were today provided with assistance from Council.
Mitchell Pool – Temporary Extension to Opening Hours Approved Due to the closure of the Great Artesian Spa pools until 25 March 2018 for building works, Council agreed to the extension of weekend opening hours at the Mitchell Pool from 8am – 12 noon on Saturdays and Sundays. This will be in place until the works are completed at the Spa.
Wallumbilla Show 100 Year Anniversary- Council will provide $5,000 sponsorship to the Wallumbilla Agricultural and Pastoral Association for their 100th Anniversary Show.
Muckadilla War Memorial- Council agreed to support the Muckadilla community’s application for the Anzac Centenary Lasting Legacies grant program, with a contribution of $4,635 towards the project if the application is successful.
Extension to Heroes Avenue- Upon request from the Roma RSL Sub Branch, Council agreed to construct and install two concrete blocks to extend Heroes Avenue to include remembrance plaques in memory of two WWI soldiers