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I recently attended the launch of the new community space created by the Bendigo Bank - Acacia Ridge Community Bank Branch and the Brisbane City Council at the the Elizabeth Street shopping centre.
Council will be installing 'Wildlife Awareness" signage at all official entry nodes into Toohey Forest/Mayne Estate and Wilcox Park.
The signage is to inform park users of the presence of koalas in the reserve and importance of keeping their dogs on leads.
I recently met with Amit Sharma, and other members of the Punjab community.
We discussed ways to remember his brother, Manmeet Sharma.
A fund has been established to support the family of Manmeet.
To make a donation visit http://bit.ly/2e7Khda
Get ready for storm season.
Council's resource recovery centres will be accepting green waste for free this weekend, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 October 2016.
Order your green waste recycling bin by 31 October 2016 and Council will waive the $30 establishment fee.
I have had a few enquiries lately about why Moorooka doesn't have a dog off-leash park.
Over the years we have investigated a number of park areas in Moorooka for a suitable dog park site.
My office has received a number of complaints from concerned motorists about abnormal delays following the activation of the newly installed signals at the roundabout at Oxley and Blunder Rds, Oxley.
I wish to confirm that this intersection is monitored by the Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR), not Brisbane City Council.
For those residents who have contacted my office, please note I have written to DTMR and reported your concerns.
Congratulations to Moorooka resident, Yvonne Webb, on the launch of her book The Scholar Explorer, at the Coopers Plains Library. A fascinating read.