Tomorrow evening’s SDDCA annual general meeting offers the local community the opportunity to hear from federal, state and local leaders, who will speak on key issues including the Bruce Highway upgrade and other major projects. Speaking to the meeting will be:
- Senator James McGrath, LNP Senator for Queensland, who is based on the Sunshine Coast
- Hon Jarrod Bleijie MP, Member for Kawana, Attorney-General & Minister for Justice
- Cr Chris Thompson, Deputy Mayor, Sunshine Coast Council
- Cr Christian Dickson, Division 6 councillor
- Dr Pam Wardner, University of the Sunshine Coast
- Sen Const Veronica Brennan, Sippy Downs Police
All are welcome.
Date: Wednesday 13 August
Time: 7:00 pm (concluding no later than 9:30 pm)
Venue: Chancellor State College Primary Campus hall, Scholars Drive, Sippy Downs. (Parking available in the carpark adjacent to the hall)
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