All property owners within the Barcaldine Regional Council are advised that Rate Notices for the period 1st July 2014 to 31st December 2014 were issued on 22nd September 2014. Notices have been issued to the last advised address on Council records and it is the responsibility of the owner to advise Council of any change of address in writing.
For Sale 5 x used synthetic grass tennis courts (To be sold separately) $1,000 per court (incl. GST) Includes a quantity of sand to brush into carpet Courts are 24 years old with some damage Court carpet has been rolled into small sections Purchaser will need to acquire glue and joining tape to reinstall Contact Brett Walsh on 0427 511 748
Barcaldine Regional Council will, pursuant to section 134 of the Local Government Act 2009, be conducting a systematic inspection program of all properties within the Designated Town Areas of Alpha, Aramac, Barcaldine, Jericho and Muttaburra for the purpose of:
Increase your baiting effectiveness Landholders must take reasonable steps to control wild dogs on their land and it must be done in accordance with poisons legislation. To optimise the uptake of poison baits, it is important to ensure that baits are placed strategically for effective control of Wild Dogs.
Barcaldine Regional Council would like to hear your thoughts, opinions and ideas on what we are doing right and how we can improve. As part of this process we will be conducting surveys with members of the community and look forward to your feedback. Council would really appreciate it if you could take a moment to complete the below survey.
Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably qualified mentors / volunteers for the provision of learner driver supervision to the Drive To Get Going - Learner Driver Mentor Program. The pilot program is anticipated to commence at the end of July 2014 commencement in the wider community by the end of September 2014.
RADF is a partnership between local Councils and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland to support local arts and culture. The successful long-running RADF program gives communities the flexibility to shape their own arts and cultural priorities.
Council regulates roadside vendors to ensure these activities are carried out in a safe manner for road users and pedestrians. This activity means the commercial supply of goods or services on a road. Roadside vending can involve travelling from place to place on a road and the waving down of the person operating the roadside vending by a customer (mobile roadside vending) or the activity being established in one place (stationary roadside vending). This approval does not apply to footpath dining activities.