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Council requests additional testing around Leslie Harrison Dam


Redland City Council has requested Seqwater do additional soil testing around Leslie Harrison Dam to ensure community safety in the wake of recent asbestos contamination in the area. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams wrote to the State Government bulk water supplier after a Seqwater investigation found asbestos contaminated soil at the dam. The Seqwater investigation  Continue reading…

Asbestos dumping a costly clean-up


Recent illegal asbestos dumping at Redland Bay and Sheldon has raised health and safety concerns and left Redland City Council and local ratepayers bearing a costly $8000 clean-up bill. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said suspected asbestos material had recently been dumped at Double Jump Road, Redland Bay and West Mount Cotton Road, Sheldon. “Council  Continue reading…

Snapshot – 18 March


Disaster Resilience Forums Help us plan for future emergencies Come along to a disaster resilience forum in March and help Council and other emergency agencies prepare for, respond to, and recover from disaster events. Community feedback will inform Council’s Disaster Management Plans. Local knowledge is invaluable in this process. Forums Wednesday 19 March, 3pm – 5.30pm: Mount Cotton State School, Mt  Continue reading…

Pulse eNewsletter – March 2013


Mayor’s Message Council streamlining customer contact services Council tightens asbestos handling at transfer stations Litter-bugs beware PDA Community Survey Only working smoke alarms save lives Have your say Freedom of Entry to the City Library calendar – hot off the press What’s on   Mayor’s Message Redland City is on the move. Economic activity is hotting  Continue reading…

Snapshot – 11 March 2014


Disaster Resilience Forums Help us plan for future emergencies Come along to a disaster resilience forum in March and help Council and other emergency agencies prepare for, respond to, and recover from disaster events. Community feedback will inform Council’s Disaster Management Plans. Local knowledge is invaluable in this process. Forums Wednesday 19 March, 3pm –  Continue reading…