Four things at Rockhampton Regional Council meeting today

Library charge - closed session

THE reciprocal library agreement between Rockhampton and Livingstone will be discussed in closed session of the performance and service committee meeting today.

In the wake of de-amalgamation, the Rockhampton council decided to charge Livingstone residents $100 each a year to use its library facilities.

 

Two-way radio network review

THE Rockhampton Regional Council will review its two-way radio network as we head into the wet season.

It wants to ensure it has the most reliable system available during emergency situations.

The council relied heavily on the radio network when the phone lines went down during ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald last year.

 

Customer service

COUNCIL'S customer service will go under the microscope at today's performance and service committee meeting.

An officer's report on the proposed service level review project will be tabled.

The project is aimed at ensuring the council is meeting requirements in regards to all aspects of customer service.

 

Dreamtime lease

THE lease of the Dreamtime Cultural Centre will be discussed behind closed doors at the performance and service committee meeting.

The centre in Rockhampton promotes local Aboriginal culture and houses displays and exhibitions.



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