Newsletter 45 – May 2019

Ripped flags need replacing in Home Hill

The 2019/20 budget is not far off and the decisions to be made are not easy if one is to be fair and just and how does one measure a vibrant C.B.D? Can we transform empty shops to affordable town houses to help bring people back into town and end up…

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Newsletter 44 – April 2019

Plantation Park Nature Based Play Area Swing Frames

New Land Valuations cause concern by lowering residential land values and raising rural land values. Major Works are ongoing in Ayr but none for Home Hill. How about a museum and upgrading Memorial Hall in Home Hill.

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Newsletter 43 – March 2019

Cane Farm Road

Do you live in Home Hill or surrounding area? Are you a Cane Farmer or run some other business? We really need you to consider joining your Home Hill Chamber of Commerce.

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Newsletter 42 – January 2019

Home Hill Courthouse

It is 2019 and I was only just getting used to 2018. Lots happening this year including the start of the Haughton River Bridge Upgrade. Congratulations go to Bill and Betty Lucas for their achievements in getting top honours as Citizens of the year.

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Newsletter 41 – December 2018

Pipeline Valves

So much is happening around the Shire with new water infrastructure for Ayr and Home Hill, a new Doctor’s Surgery in Home Hill, the excellent Harvest Festival parade, the100 Anniversary Armistice Day and dedication of the Home Hill War Memorial.

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Newsletter 40 – November 2018

Uli Liessmann at Inkerman Suger Mill

It has been a busy month, with regrading of the road to Ravenswood following a trip there which stimulated an idea for a local history museum. Plus water bore upgrades, a makover for Sixteen Street and thoughts for stronger united organisations and safer access to the Burdekin Bridge.

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Newsletter 39 – October 2018

Hme Hill Ephemera Entries

What to do about Council Rates and Water Meter readings. Congratulations to Gavin Falco who won this year’s Ephemera competition. Coming soon... the Home Hill Harvest Festival.

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Newsletter 38 – September 2018

Mount Inkerman Nature Trail

How many concrete steps going up the new Mount Inkerman nature trail? Does Home Hill needs its own identity? Seventh Avenue Footpath should be finished. Balancing the budget while at the same time ensuring a continuation of improvements where possible.

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Newsletter 37 – July 2018

Congratulations to the new committee at Wunjunga. So what did you think of the cane cutting festival (Sweet Days and Hot Nights)? A simple solution for 13th Avenue would be to line mark the road to make the motorist aware of the changing traffic conditions.

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