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Council agrees to withdraw supplementary rates notices
Queanbeyan City Council has agreed to formally withdraw supplementary rates notices issued to around 800 ratepayers.
The resolution means that supplementary rates notices issued for 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 are withdrawn and have no legal effect.
Any ratepayer who has paid their supplementary rates notice will receive a refund – for further information read letter below.
Council resolved that any properties that received a refund as part of this situation would not be affected and the refund would remain.
Council apologises for any concern or anguish caused due to the issuing of the supplementary rates notices.
A letter was sent to all affected ratepayers (week starting 13 October) – the letter can be downloaded here.
Bushfire/storm preparedness sessions
Queanbeyan and Palerang residents are invited to community preparedness sessions to learn first hand about what to expect this bushfire and storm season. Three sessions will be held around the region during October/November with all running from 7-9pm. The sessions will be held at:
Session 3 - Braidwood
6 November 2014 at Council Chambers, Park Lane (behind 144 Wallace St)
The sessions will provide information for residents on the upcoming bushfire/storm season and will have representatives from local emergency services. For more information download the flyer.
For further information contact Lorrae Stokes on 02 4842 9252.
Queanbeyan City Council will hold community meetings on the following dates:
- Wednesday 29 October 2014 at 6pm at the Fernleigh Park Community Hall, Swan Dr Googong
- Wednesday 5 November 2014 at 6pm in the Council Chambers, 256 Crawford St, Queanbeyan
These meetings are a great way for Queanbeyan residents to stay up to date with Council activities, events and projects. Those in attendance can also ask questions of Council representatives.
of the items to be discussed at the meetings include an update on Council's
major projects, CBD project update, information on the Googong and South
Jerrabomberra developments, information from the Rural Fire Service and State
Emergency Service, the Queanbeyan Gift and what the Fit for the Future Package
means for Queanbeyan. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask questions
of Council representatives. If there is something else Council-related you would like included on the agenda please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6285 6577.
Downtown Q 2025 Competition
The Queanbeyan Business Chamber has launched a new design competition - Downtown Q 2025. Queanbeyan City Council supports the Business Chamber's competition and looks forward to seeing the ideas proposed in the entries and those posed by the eventual winners. Registration for the competition closed on Tuesday 30 September, with entries required by Tuesday 11 November. The winners will be announced on Monday 24 November. For more information on the competition go to http://downtownqcompetition.com.au/