Redland city politicians and representatives are returning from a summit in Mackay, where they helped draft up a 30-year plan for the Queensland.
Redland City’s hard-working team nutting out ways to make Queensland a better place in 30 years. Photo: Karen Williams
Premier Campbell Newman said he expected theQueensland Plan to cost the state about $4.6million or about $1 dollar a person.
Questions to the forum from Capalaba.
Redlands representatives at the Mackay where they played a role drafting a 30-year plan for the state. Photo: Karen Williams
Redland delegates included MPs Steve Davies, Mark Robinson andPeter Dowling, along with Redland City mayor Karen Williams, councillorPaul Gleeson and former councillor Helen Murray.
Redland CityChamber of Commerce president Garry Hargrave, Cleveland District State High School principal Paul Bancroft and community leaders joined the400 delegates to beginformulating questions to put to the rest of the state.
The question from Capalaba was “How can Queensland ensure meaningful employment given the emerging off-shore trends?”
The questions will be discussed over the next five monthsand a Brisbane summit will be held in September.
Mr Newman said the cost was worth it to ensure Queensland ended up with a plan for all residents.
Delegates and politicians at this morning’s forum in Mackay start mapping out a 30-year plan for Queensland. Photo: Paul Gleeson
The panel also included industry representatives and all levels of government with the task of settingthe long-term vision for the state.
Capalaba MP Steve Davies joins in the think fest at the Mackay forum with his team from Capalaba. Photo: Steve Davies
The marina in Mackay, where politicians are converging for tomorrow’s forum to draw up Queensland’s 30-year plan. Photo: Karen Williams
Capalaba MP STeve Davies, second from left, with Redland City councillor Paul Gleeson, former councillor Helen Murray and Capalaba midwife Sarah Hodkinson arrive at teh forum this morning. Photo: Steve Davies
Questions to the forum from Redland representatives.
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