REVEALED: Key projects in this year's $278 million budget

GLADSTONE Regional Council has delivered its "back to basics" $278 million 2017-18 budget today.

Key projects upgrading roads, waste facilities, parks and community are the big ticket items in this year's budget.

Gladstone Regional Council adopts its 2017-18 operational plan and budget.
Gladstone Regional Council adopts its 2017-18 operational plan and budget.

 

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Here are the key projects in this year's budget:

Community projects and development

Integrated Health Services Precinct, Philip St: $5.1 million

CQ Motorsports Driver Education Centre, Benaraby: $150,000

Roads and drainage $90.7 million

Road resurfacing at 104 sites and gravel road resheets at 38 sites: $13.8 million

Four Mile and Fire Creek bridges replacements, Raglan: $1.8 million

Harvey Rd upgrade: $3.4 million

Kirkwood Rd/Dixon Dr intersection: $525,000

Red Rover Rd upgrade: $1.8 million

Elliott St renewal, Seventeen Seventy: $610,000

Parks and environment $24.5 million

Des Golding Park upgrade, South End, Curtis Island: $57,000

Lions Park redevelopment, Gladstone: $3.6 million

Tom Jeffery Memorial Park redevelopment, Agnes Water: $1.2 million

Pershouse Park upgrade, Benaraby: $40,000

Mount Larcom Community Recreation Hub (Golding Park): $220,.000

Water and sewerage network $89 million

Yarwun Waste Water Treatment Plant upgrade $1.8 million

Pump station and reservoir upgrades, Gladstone: $17.7 million

Trunk water main from Agnes Water treatment plant to reservoir: $1.2 million



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