Welcome to this edition of eConnect, Gladstone Regional Council's fortnightly online newsletter. Here's a snapshot of news and events around our region:
Meeting at Marina
An onsite meeting is being held at the Seventeen Seventy Marina carpark on Sept 1 from 4.30pm to discuss a proposed fish cleaning station.
Free mulch returns
Council's free mulch collection service is expected to recommence at the Gladstone Transfer Station and Benaraby Landfill on August 30.
Council's $2.7 million 2016-17 gravel road resheet program is well under way with works progressing in southern areas of the region.
Nominations for the Gladstone Region Environmental Advisory Network (GREAN) which makes recommendations to Council close on Aug 29.
Last chance to see
'My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art From Black Queensland', a touring exhibition closes Aug 27 at the Gallery & Museum.
Pop Con stallholders
The search is on for stallholders keen to take part in the region's first ever Gladstone Pop Con 2017 on Apr 1.
Forty-eight stallholders, including 20 selling fresh produce, will attend the next Mount Larcom Farmers' Market on Sept 11.
Jobs in Council
Council has the following current job vacancies available: Two Non-Executive Board Directors and a Parks Gardener.
Connect with Council
Follow us on Twitter
Like us on Facebook
Watch us on YouTube
Follow us on Instagram
Join us on LinkedIn
Attend our Meetings
You're receiving this newsletter because you have opted to receive communications from Gladstone Regional Council. You may unsubscribe at any time using the link below.
Edit your subscription | Unsubscribe
Gladstone Regional Council
Phone: 4970 0700