SDDCA AGM 2017 – Wrap Up

SDDCA AGM 2017 – Wrap Up

MEDIA RELEASE

The Sippy Downs and District Community Association – SDDCA AGM 2017  delivered a wealth of information for the local community across a range of topics including development, local and state governance and local policing last night.

We would like to thank speakers Trevor Devitt, Head of Communications at Youii insurance, Jarrod Bleijie MP, Member for Kawana, Mark Asang, Project Manager – Bruce Highway Upgrade, TMR, James brownsworth speaking on the proposed Community Facilities Precinct for the Crosby family, Steve Dickson MP, Member for Buderim, Cr Christian Dickson, Division 6 Sunshine Coast Council, Anthony Demiris – Avid Group Palmview Development and Sgt Brett Young Officer-in-Charge Sippy Downs police for their most valuable updates and information.

The wealth of information delivered at last nights SDDCA AGM 2017 is testament to the ongoing growth and refinement of the Sippy Downs and District area.

 

SDDCA AGM 2017 - Pictured Speaker - Cr Christian Dickson, Division 6 Councillor - Sunshine Coast Council

Pictured Speaker – Cr Christian Dickson, Division 6 Councillor – Sunshine Coast Council

 

Returning SDDCA President Matthew Druce said, “The SDDCA would like to thank all of the community members and VIP Guests who attended the meeting along with the evening’s speakers.

While we value all of the speakers and topics covered, of special interest to us as a community representative and advocacy body is the announcement of the proposed community facilities precinct presented by James Brownsworth on behalf of the Crosby family. This development has the potential to deliver long overdue and much needed community facilities. We will be investigating, exploring and seeking feedback from the community, together with council’s position on this proposal over the coming weeks and months.”

Mr Druce went on to say, “Sippy Downs was poorly planned and delivered but after 10 plus years we may just be on the precipice of seeing some of the biggest oversights delivered. Thanks to the commencement of the expanding Sippy Downs Town Centre, Cr Christian Dickson is now able to explore funding opportunities for the delivery of a library and meeting room facilities. Delivery of the proposed community facilities in these two precincts would see Sippy Downs residents enjoying facilities afforded to other master planned communities.

“We are fortunate to have a strong working relationship with Councillor Christian Dickson and the SDDCA is now calling on residents to learn more about the development proposal on the Crosby land (which includes land dedicated to sporting fields, community buildings and a community garden) and support the Association in our approach to council planning staff.”

More information including detailed maps will be able to be viewed on our website when we release detailed information tomorrow.

Official Release Date: 14 September 2017

SDDCA AGM 2017 – Follow Up

The SDDCA will also be publishing more detailed updates on other information presented on the evening over the coming week however not all information from the night is approved by the relevant speakers for public release beyond the SDDCA AGM 2017 format and attendees.

It is for this very reason that the SDDCA strongly urges community members to stay up to date with community meeting opportunities to ensure they are as informed as possible.

Media inquiries:
Matt Druce, President
Sippy Downs & District Community Assoc Inc
www.sippydowns.org.au
Ph: 0406 991 402

SDDCA “AGM 2015” – AGENDA Items, Guest Speakers and Committee Nominees

SDDCA “AGM 2015” – AGENDA Items, Guest Speakers and Committee Nominees

Community Notice

SDDCA “AGM 2015” – AGENDA Items, Guest Speakers and Committee Nominees

Come along to the SDDCA “AGM 2015” delivering a raft of Guest Speakers providing local updates and information regarding our beautiful Sippy Downs.

AGM 2015

Nominations for SDDCA executive committee for 2015/16:

President – Peter Kinchin
Vice-President – Barrie Richardson
Treasurer – Hugh Urquhart
Secretary/Webmaster – Matt Druce

NOTICE: Qld Police Crime Report – Sippy Downs

NOTICE: Qld Police Crime Report – Sippy Downs

Another Sippy Downs Resident reported yet another attempted break in last night via the Sippy Downs Community Facebook Page so we decided to do some research and report those findings to you all here achat de viagra naturel. Using the Qld Police Crime Statistics Website we have compiled the following data on all crime in Sippy Downs from 01 November 2013 till 10 March 2014 and list a selection of these statistics for your information.
(The full 6 Page Crime Report PDF is linked below. We requested the report by run to the 08/04/2014 giving us the most current accurate data however the system cuts off at 10/03/14)

Unlawful entry offences includes burglary, enter with intent and possession of things for unlawful entry. The unlawful entry category includes the sub categories of: 1) dwellings, 2) shops, and 3) other. Examples of other unlawful entry may be to backyard sheds, boats, outhouses, and any other property other than shops or homes.

17 COUNTS

Other Property Damage includes offences such as graffiti and wilful damage offences.

17 COUNTS

Other Theft offences includes stealing from a person, shop stealing, fare evasion, stealing things sent by post, or in transit, stealing from a house, stealing from any other specified building, stealing by conversion or by a trick, and stealing stock.

35 COUNTS

Download the full Report by clicking the image below!

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Source Website for Raw Data:
http://www.police.qld.gov.au/forms/crimestatsdesktop.asp