Gladstone Regional Council
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Gladstone Regional Council is a local government area in Queensland, Australia. It came into being on 15 March 2008 as a result of the report of the Local Government Reform Commission released in July 2007. The legal standing of the council is sourced from the Local Government Reform Act 2007 (Qld).
The new Council, located in Central Queensland, contains the entire area of three former local government areas;
City of Gladstone;
Shire of Calliope; and
Shire of Miriam Vale.
The report recommended that the new local government area should not be divided into wards and elect eight councillors and a mayor. The Gladstone Regional Council covers an area of 10,488 square kilometres, contain an estimated resident population at 30 June 2008 of 57,587 and have an estimated operating budget of A$84 million.
Council encourages residents to contact their local administration centre for service and enquiries:
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- Parking Station Attendant Cammeray
- Governance Officer Leeton
- Principal Environmental Health Officer & Building Surveyor Jurien Bay
- Program Leader Strategic Assets Katoomba
- Program Leader Employment & Remuneration Katoomba
- Infrastructure Program Manager Lismore
- Senior Rates Officer Leeton
- Diesel Fitter - Wurrumiyanga Workshop Wurrumiyanga Bathurst island
- Manager Finance and Administration Quilpie
- Environmental Planning Officer Broadmeadows