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Council is inviting regional landholders to have their say on the organisation's Pest Management Plan 2016-2019 (Download)
The plan outlines a number of broad tactical actions for species management. It also categories pest species based on the risks they pose to the region's agricultural, environmental and social values, and outlines objectives and tactical actions for each category.
Once the consultation period closes Council officers will review all submissions and, if necessary, make recommendations to change the plan to reflect the community's views.
Public consultation commences Saturday, May 7.
Click here to fill out the survey.
Council is preparing its Pedestrian and Cycle Strategy for the Gladstone Region. The strategy will guide investment in active transport infrastructure such as pathways, footpaths, shared paths, bike lanes, crossings and other infrastructure for a wide variety of users over the next 5-10 years (2016- 2026).
The strategy will identify priority routes for active transport in the Gladstone Region. It will also identify opportunities to undertake education and promotion activities to enable active transport Implementation of the Strategy will help to deliver improved mobility, better connectivity, safer streets and healthy lifestyle options for residents in the Gladstone Region.
The strategy aims to improve conditions that will enableresidents to use active transport modes when and where they want to.
Gladstone Region residents were invited to have their say on the topic via a survey which closed on May 7, 2016.
The survey responses will guide the development of Council's new Pedestrian and Cycle Strategy.
For enquiries regarding the survey email email@example.com
What does a vibrant, revitalised Gladstone CBD look like to you? How can it be transformed into a place where you want to live, play and work?
Community members were encouraged to answer questions like these to help put a healthy beat back into Gladstone's city heart.
Consultation has now closed and has guided the development of the draft Jumpstart Our City Heart Urban Renewal Strategy.
The draft strategy is expected to be available for public comment during July via http://haveyoursay.gladstonerc.qld.gov.au