AGM – April 2017 – Mudjimba Residents’ Association

President John Low welcomed all to the meeting & was pleased to see so many people at the Annual General Meeting. “The past year has been the most busy I

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Loud & clear objection to Twin Waters West before Council’s Special Meeting.

As you may already be aware, the Sunshine Coast Council has unexpectedly scheduled a Special Meeting for next Thursday 13th April, to consider in confidential session, and then apparently vote

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Council to vote on the “Twin Waters West amendment” next Thursday, 13th April 2017

This amendment includes the change in purpose of the Twin Waters West site from rural to emerging community (urban), enabling Stocklands to develop 1000 house blocks. The current Planning Scheme

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Don’t Rock the Maroochy Still!

It has been two months since the Council voted to defer a decision on rocking the Maroochy River mouth and there has been no public indication of what level of

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Stop Twin Waters West Awareness Day

Stop Twin Waters West Development Group held an Awareness Day on 25th February 2017. They brought together a broad sections of the community organisations concerned not only with this particular

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Meeting – February 2017 – Mudjimba Residents’ Association

  We would like to welcome new members and thank everyone for their membership renewals. Mudjimba Residents’ Association general meeting was held on Tuesday night – 7th February 2017 in

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Meeting – December 2016 – Mudjimba Residents’ Association

It was fantastic to see such great local support at our recent meeting. We were very fortunate to have Cr Jason O’Pray, local Editor from the Coolum Advertiser Richard Bruinsma

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Remembrance Day Service – Mudjimba

Remembrance Day tradition At 11 am on 11 November 1918 the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years continuous warfare. The allied armies had driven

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Community feedback request

  Mudjimba Residents’ Association is looking for some community feedback on the following matter. There is an ongoing safety problem at the David Low Way and Mudjimba Esplanade (Marcoola end)

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The Fly Neighbourly Policy – Sunshine Coast

The Fly Neighbourly Policy is a voluntary commitment by the operator at SCA. Penalties for a breach do not apply. Breaches of the policy are delt with by Airport Management

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