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Ros Bates – LNP Member for Mudgeeraba2020-03-12T22:03:14+00:00

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2 days ago

Ros Bates MP

Four weeks later, still no response from the Minister for the Environment on parking at #springbrook 🚗🚙🚌🚎

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Four weeks later, still no response from the Minister for the Environment on parking at #Springbrook 🚗🚙🚌🚎

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Comment on Facebook 355838727797763_3056633104384965

She hasn't time to answer your letter Ros as she has to see how many small hinterland parks she can destroy.

Please do not delete comments. Central Park and Ride for Springbrook. Please consult with the community before speaking on our behalf.

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2 days ago

Ros Bates MP

Dear fellow locals,

The Government has refused to fund dual lanes on Gooding Drive between Bourton Road and the M1.

5 years later and not one dollar in sight!

We need your help to force the Government into funding this additional lane to stop the traffic gridlock on Gooding Drive westbound.

Sign the petition here: bit.ly/3aCFCyl
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Dear fellow locals,

The Government has refused to fund dual lanes on Gooding Drive between Bourton Road and the M1.

5 years later and not one dollar in sight!

We need your help to force the Government into funding this additional lane to stop the traffic gridlock on Gooding Drive westbound.

Sign the petition here:  http://bit.ly/3aCFCyl

Comment on Facebook Dear fellow locals,...

We really need this

Stupidest town planning I have ever seen😳 Two lanes all the way, until the last 50 meters 😂😂 What a joke 🙄

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2 days ago

Ros Bates MP

Today I received a response from the Minister about the 500% increases in land valuations in our hinterland community. 🚜

It took the Minister 42 days to produce a buck-passing response where he blames advice he received from the Valuer General.

He concludes the letter by taking the spotlight off himself and putting it on the council instead.

Yes the council determines ratepayer charges but the Minister needs to take responsibility for this huge land valuation price hike.

Now is not the time for excuses and it is not the time to be hitting farmers while they're already down.

The timeline has been extended to apply for an objection to the valuation and you can do so here: www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/title/valuation/objections/lodge-objections/online-objections
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Today I received a response from the Minister about the 500% increases in land valuations in our hinterland community.  🚜

It took the Minister 42 days to produce a buck-passing response where he blames advice he received from the Valuer General. 

He concludes the letter by taking the spotlight off himself and putting it on the council instead. 

Yes the council determines ratepayer charges but the Minister needs to take responsibility for this huge land valuation price hike.

Now is not the time for excuses and it is not the time to be hitting farmers while theyre already down.

The timeline has been extended to apply for an objection to the valuation and you can do so here: https://www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/title/valuation/objections/lodge-objections/online-objectionsImage attachment

Comment on Facebook 355838727797763_3054214294626846

They should play halfback for Australia the way they flickpass these things.

Just another Qld labor money grab......they never feel they have to justify anything !

GO ROS

Christine Sattler

500% increase is wrong. Admit It was a mistake and fix it.

Thankyou Ros - we will have submitted our objection and will also now contact the minister. They're all just looking at statistics. The two properties he refers to were arguably the best properties in our area. Many other properties here are heavily timbered and/or very steep and rocky. You can't presume every property in an area is the same. They need to get off their shiny backsides and have a good look and then make an informed decision.

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