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Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights - 6 July 2020

Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights - 6 July 2020

Published: 6th July 2020

Somerset Regional Council meeting on Wednesday

Somerset Regional Council will hold its ordinary Council meeting on Wednesday, 8 July at Esk.

Somerset Mayor Graeme Lehmann said residents could listen to audio of the meeting live streamed on Council’s Facebook page.

“As members of the public cannot attend meetings in person due to COVID-19 restrictions, Council will live audio stream the meeting on its corporate Facebook page,” Cr Lehmann said.

Council will start its meeting at 9am.

Somerset Dam upgrade information available to residents

Somerset residents who want to know about Seqwater’s plans for the upgrade of Somerset Dam are being encouraged to sign up to online community meetings.

Seqwater will be holding online community meetings to explain the upgrade project and answer questions.

Online meetings will be held on Friday, 10 July 2020 from 3pm to 4.30pm and Saturday, 11 July 2020 from 10am to 11.30am.

To join, go to www.seqwater.com.au/project/somerset-dam-upgrade and click on the meeting link.

For more information contact Seqwater somersetupgrade@seqwater.com.au

Somerset Businesses Encouraged to Register as Local Suppliers

Somerset Regional Council is again encouraging locally based businesses to use Council’s local supplier register to ensure that they are given the opportunity to quote for the supply of specified goods and services.

A local supplier is a supplier with a permanent workplace situated within the Somerset Regional Council boundary.

Local suppliers of specified goods and services as diverse as outdoor power equipment, work wear, herbicides and more, can become registered to ensure they are given the opportunity to quote via email.

To get your business listed, fill out the form under the Local Supplier Register tab on Council’s website www.somerset.qld.gov.au.

Somerset seniors encouraged to get active

Somerset seniors, aged over 65, are being encouraged to get active with low impact fitness classes (Movement to Music) on offer at Toogoolawah.

The classes, supervised by instructors from Somerset Health and Fitness will start on Monday, 20 July and be held in two, 10-week blocks.

Classes will start at 9.15am and go for 50 minutes followed by morning tea.

Somerset Mayor Graeme Lehmann said council was proud to support the classes that were being funded through the Musculoskeletal Australia and Sports Australia.

“These classes form part of Active Neighbourhoods for Older Australians Project and replaces the highly successful, Strictly Seniors Social Dancing that had to be cancelled during the height of the COVID pandemic,” Cr Lehmann said.

“Because of COVID restrictions, participants must register their attendance.” 

For more information or to register phone Council on 5424 4000.

 

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