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  • 12 Nov 2019

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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 8
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Upgrading the bridge and boardwalk in the Yaroomba Bushland Park, renewing the amenities block at Mudjimba Beach Holiday Park, and renewing shelters at Waalum Park at Mount Coolum are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 8.
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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 7
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Investing $3.6 million towards a new pedestrian and cyclist bridge on Stringybark Road, Buderim, completing the tramway trail and undertaking significant upgrades to stormwater management infrastructure are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 7.
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    Creating a safer, secure future for Division 6
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Creating a safer, secure future and building a strong and thriving community by investing in community facilities is top of the priority list for the Division 6 capital works projects, set to be delivered as part of Sunshine Coast Council’s $816 million 2021/22 Budget.
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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 5
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    A $2.32 million road upgrade for Citrus Road, Palmwoods, beautifying Eudlo’s and Woombye’s main streets and improving infrastructure are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 5.
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    Creating a safer secure future in Division 4
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    A $2.5 million road upgrade at Maroochydore, continuation of the Maroochy Groyne project, a $5.25 million investment to upgrade the Mooloolaba Foreshore northern parkland and significant upgrades to parks are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 4.
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    Budget delivers recreation improvements in Division 3
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    A $5 million investment to progress the 75 hectare Honeyfarm Road Sport and Recreation Precinct, $550,000 to implement the Kawana Regional Aquatic Centre master plan and more than $210,000 to improve our parks and gardens are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 3.
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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 2
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Upgrades to the Queen Street, Caloundra intersections, investments at Caloundra Aquatic Centre and Caloundra Regional Tennis Centre and construction of a ‘missing link’ in the Coastal Pathway at Dicky Beach, are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 2.
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    New initiatives put council firmly on the road to recovery
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Returning the budget to surplus to continue investing in productive infrastructure and paying down debt have been high priorities in Sunshine Coast Council’s 2021/22 Budget.
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    Council Budget continues to support local business recovery
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Providing a pathway for economic and community recovery and building confidence that encourages local businesses to invest, expand and deliver jobs is an important focus of Sunshine Coast Council’s $816 million 2021/22 Budget.
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    $816m budget helps create a safer, secure future on the Sunshine Coast
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Creating a safer, secure future for our community remains sharply in focus with Sunshine Coast Council endorsing its $816 million budget for 2021/22.