Speeches

Bellbowrie-Moggill

COUNCIL SPEECH – BELLBOWRIE / MOGGILL PPT UPDATE

Thank you Chair. I rise to speak about the introduction of the Personalised Public Transport Service for Bellbowrie and Moggill in the Pullenvale Ward. In doing so, I want to thank the Schrinner administration for listening to my community and responding through the provision of this trial service. The need for additional public transport services, …

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COUNCIL SPEECH – BROOKFIELD ROAD

Thank you Chair. I rise to speak about Brookfield Road in my Ward, and the ongoing issues around traffic safety. Councillors might recall that last year, the speed limit on Brookfield Road approaching the general store was reduced from 60km an hour to 50km and one of the seven SAM signs in my Ward is …

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BIELBY ROAD PETITION

Thank you Chair. I rise to speak briefly about Item B – the petition for a footpath on Bielby Road, Kenmore Hills between Advanx St and Morningview Street. This particular part of the Ward is well known to me. For the 29 years we’ve lived at Chapel Hill, my wife and I have walked this …

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BUDGET SPEECH – MT. COOT-THA

Mr. Chair, I rise to speak about Mt Coot-tha in the Pullenvale Ward and the Sherwood Arboretum: Page 55, Service 3.3.5.1 From 2020-21, the curation of Sherwood Arboretum will be delivered from this Service – previously delivered within Service 3.3.3.2 – Parks Maintenance and Renewal. This move is to highlight Sherwood Arboretum leading into the …

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Cr Greg Adermann’s Maiden Speech

Mr. Chair, I am proud and humbled to speak here today for the first time as the new Councillor representing the Pullenvale Ward, under the banner of the Queensland Liberal National Party. This and Cr. Hutton’s maiden speech next week are being delivered in unique circumstances via videoconference which might be a first in Australian …

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