“CQUniversity is proud that the former campus continues to contribute to engagement, growth and development in the Yeppoon region with this agreement with LSC.” “I am very pleased to have been involved in facilitating this agreement between CQUniversity and livingstone Shire Council, and I look forward to the site being used well. Brittany Lauga, MP for Keppel, said she was happy to facilitate the agreement between CQUniversity and Council, given the strong community focus. “Community is the lifeblood of Keppel and this agreement will ensure that our local communities benefit from a renewed focus on adult and community education,” said Mr. Lauga. The agreement reached this week calls for the former training ground to become an adult and community education centre for Livingstone residents. Possibility of cashless payment (excluding additional fees) – calculated with $2, $5 and $10 of water analysis – sample taken on site by environmental health officials and processed in an accredited laboratory. Claim-based compliance inspection (after first inspection) N.B. Members who are uns able to participate in the Meeting may vote by email or telephone on the proposed measures by sending an email to the following address: email@example.com by COB on Tuesday 20 November 2018 or by telephone martin Cavanagh on 0438 294 037 of COB on Tuesday 20 November 2018. Livingstone Shire Council Works Depots, Cordingly Street, Yeppoon, Tuesday 20.
November 2018 at 6:00 am Restoration of material and installation costs – technical manager plus vehicle. CQUniversity Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Nick Klomp said he was pleased that the institution continues to support the local community. CCTV inspection required before and after construction. This fee applies to the construction and includes the CCTV inspection by the contractor and the technical delegate. Allowances for administrative costs and vehicles. V.l.n.r.: Keppel Member Brittany Lauga MP, Vice-Chancellor of CQUniversity and Chair of Professor Nick Klomp and Livingstone Shire Maire Cr Andy Ireland “Council has listened to the municipality who has identified concerns about groups that need special space for such activities, and this opportunity is a great solution to ensure a great location. If you would like more information, please call Martin Cavanagh on 0438 294 037. “This is a fantastic result for the wider community and will provide the Council with the opportunity to adequately host important adult and community education activities,” said Cr Ireland. applies by assessment – an application may consist of more than one assessment. Residential Services (Accreditation) Act 2002 Section 28 – Regulation may provide requirements (mandatory building requirements) for premises where a housing service is or is to be provided, to ensure that the premises are safe and suitable for accommodation as part of the housing service. .