Councillor Maxine Brusche with the newly repainted green screens on Goondoon St.
Councillor Maxine Brusche with the newly repainted green screens on Goondoon St. Paul Braven

Snazzy screens are catching the eye along main street

GLADSTONE Regional Council community services portfolio chairwoman Maxine Brushe loves the new face of the green screens on Goondoon St.

The green screens along both sides over the Port Access Rd were repainted by Gladstone Regional Youth Council and local artist Janie Petersen.

"The selected artwork and colours work well with the location and help lessen the harshness of the urban surrounds," Cr Brushe said.

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THANKS FOR THE TIP! Julie Owbridge sent this SMS to the paper: "Just wanted to say how good the artwork is on the rail bridge in Goondoon St.

"Understand some young people did it with council. Well tagged guys. Please get a photo of it in paper with the story behind it so every one can appreciate it and those with the talent."



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