UPDATE 7.35AM: BRIAN Fisher will be available to answer readers questions in the final Livingstone mayoral Live Blog Sessions at 11am today.

Yesterday, Kay Becker's Live Blog session went for an extra 30 minutes after readers submitted a lot of questions and Kay agreed to stay longer and attempt to answer all the questions.

Last week: BRIAN Fisher is having another go at Bill Ludwig.

The Livingstone mayoral candidate ran against currently Rockhampton Regional councillor Ludwig in last year's Division 3 election.

The Bulletin is providing Livingstone voters the opportunity to ask Livingstone mayoral candidates questions through a Live Blog session.

Mr Fisher's Live Blog session is scheduled for Wednesday, 11am.

Those that wish to ask Mr Fisher a question during this session need to return to this story just before the session starts and be ready to log on when The Bulletin starts the session.


Mr Fisher is a founding member of Capricorn Coast Business Association

One of his top priorities is creating jobs for future generations through sustainable development and tourism.

Mr Fisher listed creation of jobs through sustainable development as one of his priorities .

"I am tired of seeing our kids move away to seek employment opportunities," he said.

"We need to encourage investors to spend their money here to promote local tourism.

"Council will need to take a leading role in assisting businesses to make that happen," Mr Fisher said.

He said he also saw the construction of a northern access road as vital to future development and to realising tourism's potential in the shire.

"We are missing a lot of traffic from the north and west and a northern access road will remedy that issue, bringing a greater number of people through the Capricorn Coast," he said.

Mr Fisher, who lost to Cr Ludwig in last year's Division 3 election, plans to provide better support for small to medium-sized businesses.

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