NEWS for October:
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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