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Planning Minister in Airlie

Minister's visit

What: Whitsunday region infrastructure update

When: Tonight, December, 2 from 6pm

Where: Coral Sea Resort, 25 Ocean View Avenue, Airlie Beach

Cost: $20 includes canapes and presentations

RSVP: Call Enterprise Whitsundays on 4946 0111

WHITSUNDAY residents will have the opportunity to meet state Minister for Infrastructure and Planning, Stirling Hinchliffe at the Airlie After Hours business networking function tonight.

In his presentation, Mr Hinchliffe will give a detailed update regarding infrastructure in the region with the main focus being on the Airlie Beach main street revitalisation project.

 

Mr Hinchcliffe will also be joined by Whitsunday Regional Council's director of transport and infrastructure Gary Martin.

 

Enterprise Whitsundays (EW) chief executive Andrei Koeppen said it was important for local businesses to know about future infrastructure plans. “The Whitsunday region is one of the fastest growing regions in Queensland and while this is good for jobs and the economy it also brings significant infrastructure demands,” he said. “While we face significant infrastructure demands, we have the opportunity to get the planning and delivery right from the outset.”


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