Welcome to this edition of eConnect, Gladstone Regional Council's fortnightly online newsletter. Here's a snapshot of news and events around our region:
Council has launched an online customer service request system making it easier for the community to lodge non-urgent issues.
Residents are urged to get ready and carry out preparations now to safeguard their property from a natural disaster.
Gladstone Region primary school students can attend one of three free workshops with an award-winning local artist in December.
Local landholders are being urged to complete a short survey to assist Council with the future direction of its Pest Management Program.
View the survey….
Pop up Art in Parks
Fourteen local artists have started work on temporary pop up public art installations at selected parks across the Gladstone Region.
Council is drawing attention to a Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation campaign to reduce the incidence of traffic accidents involving children.
Youth Council named
Council has endorsed the appointment of nine young residents to the 2017 Gladstone Region Youth Council.
Jobs in Council
Council has an opportunity for a permanent, full time Operator to join the Road Services Division based in Miriam Vale.
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