- Wednesday 11 November 2020
We’ve received some complaints recently about irresponsible dog owners not picking up after their dogs, or not putting the doggy bag in the bin at Point Cartwright. There have also been concerns raised over people not keeping their dogs under control during off-leash times. Council officers will be increasing patrols over the coming weeks and will also host three pop-up stands to help educate dog owners about their responsibilities. You can visit the pop-up between 7-9am on November 13, November 28 and December 11, have a chat with our officers and pick up a few freebies for your dog. Please remember that we all want to enjoy our beautiful outdoors, so make sure you “bag it and bin it” and keep your dog from bothering others.
New street trees in Buddina
I am pleased to announce that 13 coastal Banksia trees have been planted along Point Cartwright Dr, Buddina. This planting further extends the Point Cartwright Dr streetscape and will provide cooler, greener and more comfortable pathways for our local residents and visitors.
NetFest is coming to Mooloolaba
The world’s biggest outdoor netball festival will be in Mooloolaba from November 27-29! The netball courts will be set up in the heart of Mooloolaba beach, diagonally in front of the Surf Club. Come with your mates and watch the games and don’t forget your swimmers in case you fancy a dip in the ocean! To find out more visit https://netfest.com.au/.
Meet and Greet in Maroochydore
My next Meet and Greet session is planned for Wednesday, 25 November, between 9am – 11am at the Maroochydore Library. If you have any local government issues that you’d like to discuss book an appointment on 5475 9859.