See also statement by Councillor Nicole Johnston in Council Meeting in attached comment
by Kelly Daniels
Tension is mounting amongst Liberal National Party (LNP) councillors, with one of their own banned from yesterday's Brisbane City Council meeting.
Tennyson Councillor Nicole Johnston was outsted from the meeting after 14 of her LNP colleagues voted in favour of the ban.
You are invited to join a community rally against the proposed Sherwood Bus Depot.
YES TO BUSES, NO TO SHERWOOD BUS DEPOT!!
All interested residents are invited to attend our AGM to be held at St Davids Hall, Chelmer St East, Chelmer on Tuesday 27th October at 7:30pm
Councillor Graham Quirk has announced another community consultation for the proposed Sherwood Bus Depot to be held at the Yeronga Service Club.
Senior Officers from the Queensland State Government Department of Infrastructure and Planning will be attending this forum to enable interested residents of Corinda to be informed about the detail
The Walter Taylor South Action group is looking at organising a protest march against the proposed Sherwood Bus Depot.
The federal member Graham Perrett has a street stall this weekend, Saturday 19th of September on the corner of Oxley and Sherwood roads between 9am and midday.
We have now received and published details information about the proposed Sherwood Bus Depot movement modelling.
An alliance of local community groups have been formed to coordinate efforts in stopping the proposed Sherwood Bus Depot from proceeding.
The following organisations have officially joined the alliance with others looking to join soon:
- Walter Taylor South Action Group
- Sherwood State School P&C
- St Josephs Corinda P&F
- Graceville P&C
- Staverton Kindergarten
- Help Endangered Local Plan (H.E.L.P.)
These groups are collectively coordinating multiple activities in our area. These include: