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Team Schrinner backs our local small businesses.

Our Plan:
βœ… Making it easier for shopping areas to hold events and festivals by waiving permit fees
βœ… Payment terms down from 30 days to 7 to get money into the pockets of small business faster
βœ… $2 million cut to small business fees
βœ… New instant messaging service through Council's 24/7 133BNE business hotline
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Free off-peak bus 🚌 and ferry β›΄ travel for seniors has been in effect since October last year, and locals like Helen give it the thumbs up πŸ‘, not only because of the savings, but also because it encourages more people to get out and about and enjoy the wonderful lifestyle opportunities on offer in our city.

Team Schrinner can deliver policies like these because of our strong track record of responsible financial management.
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Thank you for coming to show your support for Hannah πŸ’• ... See MoreSee Less

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Councillor Fiona Cunningham

If you are attending today, please plan to walk and allow extra time. @ Camp Hill ... See MoreSee Less

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In response to community requests and with the blessings of her family, a memorial for Hannah Clarke and her children will be held this Sunday evening at Bill Hewitt Reserve in Camp Hill from 5pm.

This week we have been struck by a tragedy that is beyond belief.

As the local councillor many residents have approached me and asked for a way to remember Hannah and her children, Laianah, Aaliyah and Trey.

A condolence book will be available to sign at the memorial.
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This morning I have left four red roses on the red bench I helped paint last year at Stones Corner, in loving memory of Hannah Clarke and her beloved babies.

My community is grieving, my city is grieving and we feel so angry, so lost, so shocked, so much compassion and love for those victims of domestic violence.

This must end.

Our community’s red bench is visible and public. It stands out bright on the street at Stones Corner and must serve as a continual reminder for the victims that have suffered. πŸ’” Red Rose Foundation Australia
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Work on Council's Hanlon Park project gets underway next month.

Council is pleased to advise early works for the Hanlon Park transformation project will begin in early March 2020, weather and site conditions permitting. These works will include the construction of the nature-themed play area (concept plan pictured) as well as site preparation works for the wider project, which is anticipated to begin construction from mid-2020.

The Hanlon Park redevelopment project is part of the Norman Creek 2012-2031 Master Plan. The park is being revitalised by removing the concrete drain and returning Norman Creek to a natural waterway through the park, while also transforming the area into an attractive and versatile public space that supports the growing Stones Corner Precinct.

The new nature-themed play area will be located off Lincoln Street, and will provide natural play opportunities for ages 0-12 years, including sliding and climbing equipment, sand play and swings, as well as shelter and seating areas.

The early works will take place between 6.30am and 6.30pm, Monday to Friday. Council will keep the local community informed of construction in the area and will provide advance notification of any out-of-hours activities.

Every effort will be made to minimise disruption to the local community during these works, and we thank you for your patience while we undertake these important improvements at Hanlon Park.

N4C Norman Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee
Our Stones Corner
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