What kind of local business community do you want?

What kind of local business community do you want?

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!

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 local business community do you want?? What 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 directory website is just one of the initiatives we have delivered in the past offering each and every local business the opportunity to share their news and events locally and to be found online by the wider Sunshine Coast.

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

https://www.facebook.com/events/417519898635086/

Removal of on-street parking – Pignata Road, Palmview

Removal of on-street parking – Pignata Road, Palmview

Dear Community,

The Department of Transport and Main Roads wishes to advise you of upcoming preliminary construction activities for the Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway. 

From 5.00am on Tuesday 18 April 2017

For the safety of motorists and construction workers, it will be necessary to remove on-street parking on a small section of Pignata Road as part of preliminary construction works. More detail of the ‘no parking zone’ is in the construction notice attached.

This will allow for construction to begin on a new car pool facility and work to occur on Pignata Road to provide safe access into and out of the facility.

Parking will be removed from the remainder of Pignata Road once the new car pool facility is opened to the public and construction work moves into these areas. Construction of the car pool facility is expected to take approximately six months to complete.

These no parking arrangements will remain in place until construction is completed in late 2020, weather permitting.

What else to expect:

Work in this area is expected to be undertaken
Monday to Friday, from 6am to 6pm.
As construction ramps up, the community should expect:

  • Increased construction traffic: The number of construction and heavy vehicles will increase on Pignata Road. Please take care when travelling on this road.
  • Audible noise: Audible noise from construction activities and heavy machinery can be expected.
    Reversing beepers are a safety requirement and will be used at all times during work hours.
  • Changed traffic conditions: Reduced speed
    limits will be in place in this area. Traffic
    controllers will also be present at times during working hours.

PDF File Here – http://sippydowns.qld.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/CN05_Removal-of-on-street-parking-Pignata-Road_Apr17_FINAL.pdf

If you have any questions about these activities, please contact the project team on 1800 749 022 or by emailing brucehwycr2sm@tmr.qld.gov.au.

Kind regards,

Project Team
Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway

North Coast District | Program Delivery And Operations | Department of Transport and Main Roads

PO Box 1600 | Maroochydore Qld 4558
P: 1800 749 022 | F: (07) 5451 7098
E: brucehwycr2sm@tmr.qld.gov.au

W: www.tmr.qld.gov.au/brucehwycaloundra2sunshinemwy

Emily will be cutting 30cm off her hair for the World’s Greatest Shave

Emily will be cutting 30cm off her hair for the World’s Greatest Shave

Local resident and Chancellor State School student Emily has decided to participate in the World’s Greatest Shave fundraiser and will be cutting 30cm off her hair so Sippy Downs and district residents we are calling on you to support this young lady to achieve a fundraising goals for this fantastic cause.

  • Cutting her hair is a big deal as she loves her long, thick hair and doesn’t even like to have it trimmed – so for a teenage girl this has been a BIG decision, not made lightly, but for a great cause!
  • Emily said to family and friends, “cancer patients don’t have a choice re their hair when going through chemotherapy – I have a choice and it is something positive I am able to do to help out” – even though she doesn’t really want to cut it.
  • Money raised goes towards cancer research and services
  • Emily’s hair will go to make a wig for a cancer patient.

If you are in a position to donate, whether small or large, we would really appreciate it and thank you! Feel free to also share this link to family, friends and colleagues.

You can donate by clicking on this link 

http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/emilychatham

If you are unable to donate, thanks for reading this message anyway.

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