Residents within the quiet rural residential area of Brooklands have had to endure continual disruption to their peaceful lifestyle. In the general meeting held 15th February 2017, Councillors voted to allow an operator to run a truck depot from his residential address. The owner was finally forced to lodged a material Change of Use (MCU)… Read More Rural Residents quiet lifestyle still being disrupted.
‘Breadcrumbs’…Exactly what the Sth Burnett Regional Council offers in the line of easy navigation around their official Web Page. http://www.southburnett.qld.gov.au Council allegedly offer residents the availability of browsing every aspect of Council and their business, from minutes of meetings, local laws & policies, downloading required documents, through to media releases. Or do they? How many pages… Read More “Page Not Found” Sth Burnett RC
There has been confusion created by some media over a few local community groups. These resident action groups have formed to assist the ratepeyers of the South Burnett have a greater voice towards helping the South Burnett Regional Council guide the Shire. Here are the facts about three local groups that primarily focus on the… Read More South Burnett Groups – dispelling the myths
The fact that B-doubles are not allowed along the Maidenwell-Bunya Mountains Rd, or even along the Kingaroy Cooyar Rd past the top of the Cooyar Range, has again been confirmed by the Department of Transport.
It has been absolutely confirmed that B-Doubles are not permitted access within the South Burnett along the Maidenwell Bunya Mountain Road. These heavy vehicles have been photographed illegally running along the Kumbia Brooklands Rd, Nanango Brooklands Rd, Maidenwell Bunya Mountains Rd and others within the district. The South Burnett Regional Council and the Division 2… Read More CONFIRMED – B-Doubles not permitted
Maidenwell markets Sunday 3rd July were in full flow after a rather chilly start to the morning. Everything from fresh fruit & vegies, home made jams & biscuits, arts & crafts through to mechanical bits & pieces from their garages was available. Even Neale was there promoting Wildlife Rescue. The markets were a follow… Read More Maidenwell – big weekend
What a crock ! So how do you feel knowing that you have some elected representatives that campaigned to try to have this extra levy on your rates removed, yet they folded like a pyramid of cards when someone sneezed on them? Good Governance is not telling the population ‘to put up and shut up.’… Read More Ratepayers shafted over $200 road levy
With recent media from Cr Heit & Sth Burnett Regional Council claiming our rates are “not as high as we think”, Do you consider that they are cheap or we are getting good value for the amount we pay. A quick yes or no poll on the issue… results released soon.
In a recent email with questions on various issues submitted to Cr Jones (Div 2) and current owner and licensee for the Maidenwell Hotel, Cr Jones advised that “ I do not support the illegal usage of B-Doubles. It is my understanding that the business does have the required B–Double permits from the NHVR and are operating within the law. “ This question… Read More B-Doubles not permitted on Maidenwell Bunya Mountains Rd
The Maidenwell Trading Post is getting a new tenant next week on the 23nd June . Current operator Lyn is finishing up on the 22nd and is a bit sad to be leaving. “But as one door closes, another one opens” Lyn said New operator Liane Kerr is a local. It also appears that Cr… Read More Maidenwell changes coming soon