KCCI secretary Paula Greenwood

August 18, 2020

South Burnett Regional Council will host the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n’greet.

KCCI secretary Paula Greenwood said the face-to-face meet’n’greet would be held from 5:15pm on September 8.

The last two KCCI business get-togethers were held “virtually” on Zoom

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The Kingaroy transformation project is likely to begin construction in early November.

In its latest “KCCI Konnect” newsletter, the business group said design options were currently being drafted for discussion.

“The current likely construction commencement date (is) early November, with staged construction taking approximately two years to complete. Community consultation will take place in early September to finalise the design details prior to works commencing.

“Council will be looking forward to provide an insight on the community consultation process to assist with understanding the work ahead.”

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South Burnett Regional Council has made “great progress” on the reconstruction works in the Alford Street Car Park.

The KCCI says the area has been cleared and existing material removed.

“Council have installed new stormwater and subsoil drains as well as water services for the landscaping.

“Council anticipates the car park will be open to the public mid to late September, subject to weather and other external constraints.”

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