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North West gets works

Deputy Premier Jackie Trad has announced $15m in funding for the North West in the Works for Queensland program.A $1 million combined cycle and walking track from Mount Isa to Lake Moondarra is among the North West projects approved inthe state government’s $200 million Works for Queensland program.
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Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure and Planning Jackie Trad said the response from councils to the program had been overwhelmingly positive.

“This program has been embraced by councils across Queensland because they know it will deliver jobs and infrastructure for their communities,”

“This funding will be used on important local projects like road and water plant upgrades, but also recreational facilities to enhance liveability in these communities,”Ms Trad said.

Mount Isa Mayor Joyce McCulloch said theWorks for Queensland projects would have an immediate impact.

“This funding is for the purpose of making improvements to our communities’ infrastructure and creating jobs, for the benefit of everyone who lives here,” Cr McCulloch said.

“We have identified a number of projects including works to the family fun park and skate park, and the introduction of a recycling transfer station which will provide a sustainable and ongoing recycling program for the community and create employment opportunities.”

North West Region Council will deliver more than 50 projects with their $15.5 million allocation including:

•$3.03m for six Mount Isa City Council projects including a $1mcycling/walking track to Lake Moondarra, and $695,000 to upgrade the skate park and link the site adjacent to the existing family park and pool

•$1.03m for eight Boulia Shire Council projects including restoration works at Stonehouse Cottage, building a new $175,000 water park for children in Burke St and providing a skate park and play equipment as part of a $395,000 Robinson Park upgrade.

•$1.42m for three Cloncurry Shire Council projects including a $1.09m project to complete previous local roads improvements.

•$1.07m for eight McKinlay Shire Council projects including an upgrade for the McKinlay tennis courts and enhancing the Julia Creek events venue precinct by creating a hill for a permanent bar, toilet and gate office

•$1.05mfor six Richmond Shire Council projects including converting the existing town library into a gym, and creating a new library, art museum, Centrelink access point and telehealth facility in the council works adminbuilding

•$1.11mfor a Flinders Shire Council flood mitigation project stabilising the Flinders River bank

•$1.71m for five Carpentaria Shire Council projects including a $600,000 upgrade to the council’s barramundi hatchery and $600,000 for lighting installation at key sporting facilities

•$1.19 million for eight Burke Shire Council projects including a $700,000 project to upgrade water treatment plants in Gregory and Burketown

•$1.46mfor a Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire Council project to redevelop the existing mechanical works depot including a light vehicle repair and maintenance facility

•$1.41mfor Mornington Shire Council including renovating and extending the council store and upgrading ageing council staff housing

•$1.02mfor six Diamantina Shire Council projects including reforming a total of 26 kilometres of roads with floodway repairs, and a 4 kilometre gravel resheet of the of the Diamantina Lakes to Winton boundary road

For more information visit:梧桐夜网dilgp.qld.gov419论坛/work

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