SDDCA AGM 2017 – Public Date Notification
Please be advised the annual general meeting of the Sippy Downs & District Community Association Inc (SDDCA) will be held on Wednesday 13th of September 2017, commencing at 7 pm.
The venue will be the Chancellor State College Primary Campus Hall, Scholars Drive, Sippy Downs.
All residents are welcome to attend the AGM, but only financial members of the SDDCA are able to vote.
Household Membership is $20 per household per year or $10 for concession holders. To become a member now click HERE.
Guest speakers information will be sent out and announced over the coming weeks with invited speakers representing a diverse range of community stakeholders and representatives set to provide an informative update on the local area.
Call for nominations for the 2017-18 SDDCA Management Committee
Any financial member of the SDDCA is eligible to nominate – nomination forms are available by request by simply emailing us at email@example.com, by download HERE completion and submission by clicking HERE or simply complete the online form below.
Nominations close at 5 pm on 30th August 2017.
The following positions of will be declared vacant at the AGM – President, Secretary, Treasurer, Webmaster and Committee members.
A number of current members of the management committee will be renominating however we call out to the community for anyone interesting in building upon the great work done by the SDDCA over the last 13 plus years by joining the management team for the 2017 – 18 year and beyond.
Would you like to complete a nomination form online? Visit the SDDCA Website at http://www.sippydowns.org.au/sddca-committee-nomination-form/
Each Month the SDDCA Management Committee Meets to Discuss Local Issues and Challenges in order to deliver solutions that benefit the community under the guidelines of the SDDCA Constitution.
Our next meeting is this coming Tuesday the 15th of August.
All committee meetings are held at the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast, 90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs, Queensland 4556 and commence at 6pm
We welcome attendance by community members and urge the community become members of the SDDCA and take an active role in the exploration and delivery of opportunities for growth, events and more.
Looking for more information?
Please visit the SDDCA Website at http://sippydowns.org.au/ or contact our president Matt Druce on 0406 991 402 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Please note that only financial members of the SDDCA can participate in official organisational voting, ballots etc as stipulated in the organisational constitution. To become a financial member please click the link below. At just $20 per household yearly it is a valuable investment in your community.
(Just $10 p/a for Concession Card Holders)
What kind of local community do you want for you and your loved ones?
Later this year the SDDCA will be having their annual AGM which always presents a range of community leaders and representatives sharing what has happened over the year gone by and what is coming in the year ahead in Sippy Downs!
The SDDCA are taking this opportunity to again reach out to you all as members of this vibrant, diverse and rapidly expanding community and ask you well in advance ……..
What kind of community initiatives, events and programs do you want to see and what part are you willing to play to make these a reality in the year ahead?
This community website built for the use of each and every community member and non profit organisation is just one of our past initiatives.
Contact us and come along to the next committee meeting on July 18 at 6pm at the Innovation Centre.
Full Details are available in the Facebook Event Link below
Construction is going full steam ahead at Harmony, with the majority of works along Claymore Road and the Red Cedar Street/ University Way intersection scheduled for completion this month.
Harmony’s main entry road, Peter Crosby Way, is also on track to open in June. Construction is also progressing on Harmony Display World with builders busy constructing slabs for 43 display homes this month.
The following activities are planned for May along Claymore Road:
- Kerb and median island construction
- Installation of street light poles and traffic signals
- Sealing and asphalting (Claymore Road widening and University Way)
There will be a stop/ go system in place where road widening works are occurring on Claymore Road at the intersections of Bainbridge Circuit, Albany Street, Fitzwilliam Drive, University Way and Red Cedar Street. This will occur intermittently to allow for the installation of street light poles and traffic signals.
Once the roads are sealed with asphalt, southbound traffic from Claymore Road will be diverted onto the newly constructed lanes of University Way to allow roadworks to be completed within the work zone of University Way.
Northbound traffic on University Way leading into Claymore Road will continue to use the left hand lanes.
The Red Cedar Street/ University Way intersection will continue to use the guided traffic diversions in place while median islands are being constructed.
There may be a road closure along University Way intermittently throughout May during work hours only. This will not be a permanent road closure. Buses will be accepted and escorted through the closure.
AVID Property Group would like to thank you for your patience and understanding during this time and apologise for any inconvenience caused during construction. If you have any questions, please contact the team at email@example.com.
This POLL is designed to measure usage of the 3 proposed solutions being explored by Cr Christian Dickson:
A. The existing loop back to University Way to exit the area with the addition of Traffic Lights
B. The one way Bus Lane to get through to Sippy Downs Drive to exit the area
C. The one way road to get through to Colombia St / Parkville Street to exit the area
All data is available LIVE one the poll is completed!
NB: We are also working on the exploration of all of the potential additional solutions raised by you, the community.
This poll in no way precludes more solutions being explored and delivered. The more solutions that can be delivered the better the overall outcome will be in reducing traffic congestion.