The Queensland Times this week unearthed the growing choir of voices, including families and Labor and Liberal politicians who insisted the state build a school
The council has revealed what's next as it attempts to come to an agreement with the powerful developer of the master-planned city.
The staff were among the most recognised and were relied upon by former councillors for regular operations advice.
The overall redevelopment of Ipswich's central business district is made up of 18 projects.
It is expected there will be up to 200 tradies working on-site to progress the $140m development of Ipswich Central.
The push for a secondary school is again gaining momentum several years after the state poured cold water on the proposal.
She's has an uncanny ability to herd staff and knows the secret to serving an appropriate sandwich to suit a cuppa.
Councillor spruiks the efforts of NSW in declaring there's a lot more that can be done to back the industry
More than 1200 families in the 'forgotten' Ipswich region are forced to send their children to other close-to-capacity schools around the area.
Hayden started in 2013 as a cadet journalist on the Fraser Coast Chronicle before relocating to Fairfax Media in Tasmania three years later. Hayden joined the Queensland Times in November 2017 as a political journalist with a focus on Ipswich City Council. He has covered two state and one federal budget.