Victoria Point & Coochiemudlo Div.4

Your Voice Counts

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  • Two Weeks To Go...

    Only two weeks until the big Election Day is upon us and pre poll voting commences tomorrow.

  • Knock Knock...

    I have been out door knocking for many weeks now and I can honestly say we have a wonderful community that I would be proud to represent. Thank you to everyone who has welcomed me and in some cases even been waiting for me to arrive. I genuinely have been overwhelmed at the positive response and kindness of people with offers of assistance….

  • Safe Communities

    I think it’s clear that we all value our relaxed lifestyle here in the Redlands.

    Our community is relatively safe with a low crime rate. However with our population growing, our demographic is changing. I fortunately know many of my neighbours and residents however many people do not. This is why it is so important that we stay informed and connected with each other. A good way to do this is to belong to a Neighbourhood Watch program to keep up to date with what is happening in your area and also be involved (even in a small way) with your local community groups…

  • Coochiemudlo Island Forum : 1 Comment…

    Residents of Coochiemudlo Island are invited to attend a Community Forum on Sunday 19th February 2012 – 1.00-2.00 pm at the Coochiemudlo Public Hall
    Invitations will be sent out soon…

  • Positive Change in 2012 : 1 Comment…

    Since my Campaign launch I have been out visiting local businesses and community groups. What I am hearing is times are tough for many people and they feel their voice is just not being heard.

  • Campaign Launch

    Your Voice Counts – so come along to the Victoria Point Sharks Sporting Club on Tuesday 11 October at 6.30-8.30pm. Support Louise, meet residents, businesses and community groups from Victoria Point and Coochiemudlo Island.

  • Council or State Issue?

    When residents have an issue they just want to have their problem fixed, regardless as to whether the problem is a ‘Council’ or ‘State’ issue. I have recently been speaking with people and listening to a wide range of concerns. It is important for Council and State Government to work together to support residents in achieving the best possible outcomes in the shortest timeframe.

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