The 2018-2019 Lord Mayor's Budget allocated a total of $352,000 towards park upgrades throughout Doboy with a further $321,000 from the Doboy Ward's Footpath & Parks Trust Fund allocated towards upgrades in Thurston Street Park (Tingalpa), Pinnibar Place Park (Hemmant) and Saltburn Place Park (Wakerley).Read More
Prior to the 2016 Council Election, I committed to refurbishing the Carina Bus Depot on Creek Rd, Carina.
The Carina Bus Depot is at the heart of our community, but as one of Council’s oldest bus depots, it’s become a tired eyesore on the local landscape.
I’m pleased to advise construction has now begun to upgrade the facilities. We will deliver a bus depot that residents can be proud of.Read More
The second stage of the Cannon Hill Community Links project is now complete and open to the public.
I encourage all interested residents to take a drive up Minnippi Boulevard to check out Cannon Hill's newest bikeways, parks and public spaces.
This budget, like those handed down previously, retains our 'Strong' credit rating and delivers an operating surplus to Council.
It's only through strong financial management that Council can continue to deliver more than ever before for our suburbs.
It includes a number of local initiatives that will continue to improve Doboy Ward for all residents, including;Read More
As your Councillor, I have been working hard to ensure Carina receives a better level of investment in our parks and public spaces.
Prior to the 2016 Council election, I committed to a major upgrade of Billan Street Park within four years.Read More
In mid-2016, Council announced a commitment of $3.24 million to fund a four-year Light Emitting Diode (LED) Road Signs program. This new road safety program involves the installation of LED road signs at known accident hotspots throughout Brisbane.
As your local Councillor, I am aware that rollovers and collisions are an issue along Creek Road and as such, I have arranged to have a slowdown LED road sign installed to address this.
Council is proposing to install the permanent LED road sign northbound on Creek Road, just past the D’Arcy Road intersection, during March 2017Read More
A new chapter for the Carina Library is about to be written, with Brisbane City Council soon commencing major upgrade works at the facility.
Lifestyle Chairman Krista Adams said the $778,000 project would include a complete refurbishment to modernise the library and enhance its overall look and feel.
“Our libraries are no longer just a place to borrow books, they have become bustling community hubs offering a range of services and entertainment for local residents,” Cr Adams said.Read More
On Friday May 1st, Brisbane experienced it's wettest May day since 1840 and the wettest day of any month in more than 25 years. It follows months of higher than normal rainfall, starting with a very wet January.Read More