Five things in Livingstone and Rockhampton councils

1. Rocky development applications

Rockhampton Regional Council will hear two development applications. The first is for reconfiguring a lot for five lots into five lots over two stages. The second is for a material change of use for a high impact industry (manufacturing of commercial cleaning products and dust suppressants).

2. Naming of Yeppoonwater play area

Livingstone Shire Council will discuss whether to approve the name The Keppel Kraken for the Yeppoon zero depth water play area. An official opening date of Sunday, December 13, has been proposed.

3. Native title, insurance claims

In the performance and service committee, Rockhampton Regional Council will hear a Darumbal people native title claim in a closed session. They will also hear a notice of motion from councillor Neil Fisher regarding an insurance claim in closed session and consider legal matters as at October 31.

4. Cyclone Marciaanniversary

Livingstone Shire Council will consider a program of items to mark the first anniversary of Cyclone Marcia including a children's book, photo exhibition and community concert.

5. Updated barkingdog policy

Livingstone Shire Council will consider whether to adopt an updated Noise Nuisance (Barking Dog) Policy designed to change the way complaints are dealt with by the council.



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