Redlands2030 brings you a weekly summary of Redland City Council news, media stunts and photo opportunities.
Hawaiian Voyaging Canoe visiting the Redlands
The Council advised that the Hawaiian Voyaging Canoe Hōkūleʻa is visiting Redland City. The voyage will cover 47,000 nautical miles, 85 ports, and 26 countries as it sails around the world to promote indigenous knowledge, ocean restoration and global sustainability. Residents were encouraged to make the visitors welcome.
Dredging of Weinam Creek to improve access
Redland City Council will be undertaking dredging on Weinam Creek, Redland Bay as part of their regular maintenance schedule.
Divisional Councillor Mark Edwards said the eight week dredge was expected to start Monday 1 June, and would provide safer more reliable access to the bay.
Aquatic Paradise residents discuss planning concerns
“Developments in conflict with the Redlands Planning Scheme were discussed when more than 150 Birkdale residents met to oppose a townhouse project in Dorsal Drive, Aquatic Paradise on Monday.” reported the Redland City Bulletin.
This meeting was also the subject of a Redlands2030 post: Residents discuss Dorsal Drive objections
Council Meeting on 3 June at 9:30 am
Council will have a General Meeting on Wednesday 3 June, commencing as usual at 9:30 am. Here is a link to the agenda.
Items on the agenda include: