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South Burnett council roadshow continues

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell.
South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell.

SOUTH Burnett Regional Council's tour across the region continues tonight.

The 2017 roadshow will be hosted by business and community groups in September.

Mayor Keith Campbell said the events were a chance to see the council's achievements.

"There will be time to discuss any particular matters with councillors in attendance and I encourage you to be an active part of your council's future," Cr Campbell said.

The council hosted the first event in Kumbia on Thursday.

Remaining dates:

  • Monday, September 18, at Wondai Town Hall

Hosted by Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO)

5.30pm for a 6pm start

  • Tuesday, September 19, at Blackbutt RSL

Hosted by the Blackbutt District Community Organisation

  • Monday, September 25 at Kingaroy Town Hall Reception Room

Hosted by Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry

5.30pm for a 6pm start

  • Tuesday, September 26, at Durong Hall

Hosted by Ag Force SEQ

Noon for a 12.30pm start

  • Tuesday, September 26, at Proston Hall

Hosted by Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO)

5.30pm for a 6pm start

  • Wednesday, September 27, at Maidenwell Hall

Hosted by the Maidenwell Community Group

5.30pm for a 6pm start

  • Thursday, September 21, at Murgon Town Hall

Hosted by Murgon Business Development Association

5.30pm for a 6pm start

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