Busi­ness cham­ber

Isis Town and Country - - News - By CHILDERS CHAM­BER OF COM­MERCE

NEWS for Oc­to­ber:

Two-hour park­ing

The cham­ber asks the coun­cil for two-hour limit park­ing signs in Churchill St (from Stu­art to Broad­hurst Sts) be­tween 8.30am and 2pm to avoid long-term park­ing that hin­ders busi­ness.

In­fra­struc­ture charges

The cham­ber pushes for lower in­fra­struc­ture charges that cur­rently make sales and de­vel­op­ment of blocks in and around Childers un­vi­able. The is­sue is said to be on the BRC agenda this week.

Busi­ness waste­water rates

The cham­ber asks the coun­cil for clar­i­fi­ca­tion and ways to min­imise the ex­tra charges for non-residential prop­er­ties re­gard­ing waste­water.

Busi­ness open day

The open day was well re­ceived yet needs more lo­cal sup­port.

A feed­back form will be emailed to mem­bers to seek sug­ges­tions for 2016.

If you're not on the mail­ing list, email sec­re­tary@childer­scham­ber.com.au.


Peter Bender from Aquilia Small Busi­ness Con­sul­tancy says you can put the fun back into be­ing your own boss and cre­ate a stronger busi­ness. Meet Peter at the Novem­ber meet­ing.

Isis Town & Coun­try

The cham­ber will in­vite An­gus Ir­win, gen­eral man­ager of the Bund­aberg News­pa­per Com­pany, to the Novem­ber meet­ing to talk about the fu­ture of Isis Town & Coun­try. Please come along and tell us what it takes for you to buy the pa­per.


The cham­ber calls out for cre­ative ideas to en­hance the south­side en­trance to town fol­low­ing the guide­lines for fund­ing from the Re­gional Arts De­vel­op­ment Fund. Ap­pli­ca­tions close Novem­ber 27. Visit www.bund­aberg.qld.gov.au/radf.

Come along

Con­nect with your com­mu­nity – please feel welcome to at­tend the next meet­ing on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 4, at 7pm in the Isis Cul­tural Cen­tre meet­ing room.

For more in­for­ma­tion, email sec­re­tary@childer­scham­ber.com.au.

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