It is not possible to contemplate de-amalgamation at any cost. It is accepted the people of the former Douglas Shire are not happy with amalgamation as seems to be the case in other amalgamated areas. Unity will support/not oppose any decision by the State Government to de-amalgamate provided that is also supported by the majority of Douglas Shire residents. B: Undertake in consultation with the Port Douglas community and affected stakeholders an immediate and open review of the proposed Port Douglas Waterfront project with a view to giving clarity and direction in regard to this very important project and with a view to establishing an overall commitment and program as soon as possible. C: Provide for the good representation of Division 10. Place the highest priority on re-invigorating the economy of the area and with particular emphasis on tourism. Provide for the efficient delivery of council services within Division 10 though a separate work unit comprising Division 10 residents and based in Division 10, including the use of Division 10 sub-contractors as much as possible. D: The leadership for this to happen has to come firstly from the council and then from within Division 10. The whole amalgamation process had a bad start, as did the Cairns Entertainment Precinct process and the Port Douglas Waterfront project process, and there is a lesson there. The Cairns Regional Council needs to outline a plan and implement actions which make this happen. E: The future of the mill is very dependent on the continued supply of cut cane to the mill not falling below a critical level. This then has to be balanced with the iconic status/potential of Port Douglas as a tourism destination. This requires sound management and planning practices to be put in place.