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CLERMONT RAG FRIDAY FEBRUARY 09, 2018

FIRST HALF-YEARLY WATER NOTICES IN THE MAIL Isaac ratepayers will receive their first half-yearly water notice in the mail this week. To comply with the legislative provisions of the Local Government Act 2009, Council has adopted a model comprising a locality-based Infrastructure Charge and a Consumption Charge, calculated on water usage. Mayor Anne Baker said the change represented a shift to a more equitable system of water billing for ratepayers and provided for the long-term sustainability of the region’s water supply network. “We have sought to introduce a fairer system which stops lower water consumers, our local households, subsidising heavy users, but also one that reflects the costs of water and wastewater service provision to our communities,” Cr Baker said. “Council is committed to achieving long-term outcomes which meet the expectations of our communities through the improvement of infrastructure and service delivery, including drinking water quality.”

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Cr Baker said Council’s continuing focus on enhancing water and wastewater services had been reflected in a 20 per cent decrease in water quality reports in 2017. “Most notably there was a decrease of more than 58% in reports of water quality issues in Moranbah, 66% in Dysart and 37% in Middlemount,” she said. Cr Baker said Council was investing more than $33 million in water and sewerage maintenance and infrastructure across the region in 2017/18. “As part of this program, we are delivering $6.8 million in effluent storage dam reinstatement and recycled water extensions for irrigation in Clermont, Middlemount and Moranbah, which are due for completion in June 2019,” she said. “Council has also partnered with the Queensland Government to deliver an additional 15-megalitre reservoir and new water supply mains for Moranbah at a cost of $10.59 million. This is due for completion in May 2018.” continued over


Cr Baker said Council had implemented optimisation works at the Clermont and Middlemount water treatment plants to enable these facilities to more effectively treat poor raw water quality in various situations.

Cr Baker said Council had worked pro-actively to ensure a high level of awareness within the community in relation to the changes to water notices, including steps households, business and industry can take to reduce consumption.

Other significant projects include, the $7.1 million Nebo Water Supply Project, being implemented in partnership with the Queensland Government, to enhance water security, quality and reliability by June 2019.

Council has been engaging with the community over the past several months through social media and advertising, mail outs of example water notices, as well as face-to-face Infoshare events,” she said.

Phase Two of the Water Treatment Plant upgrade at Dysart will be delivered in March 2018 at a cost of $5.5 million from a total project of $9.5 million. Cr Baker said to ensure the accuracy of water consumption data in preparation for the January round of water notices, Council had undertaken a manual read of more than 8500 water meters across the region. “This process has validated the consumption information from 98 per cent of metered properties. Council will be investigating the balance of properties where potential issues have been identified,” she said.

“We continue to encourage residents to adopt watersaving behaviours in their daily lives, not just to reduce their consumption, but to play their part in managing our important water resource.” Ratepayers can sign up to MiWater, a website that provides water consumption information at www.isaac.qld.gov.au/miwater. Users can set email and SMS alerts and be notified of water leaks and high consumption within days of occurrence, see www.isaac.qld.gov.au/miwater.

January water notices are due for payment by March 5 2018.

HAVE YOUR SAY ON PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN Isaac residents are encouraged to have their say on future infrastructure planning for the region.

It is also available for inspection and purchase at Council’s customer service centres in Moranbah, Clermont, Dysart, Glenden, Middlemount, Nebo and St Lawrence.

Council is seeking feedback on a proposed Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) for the communities of the Isaac region from February 5, 2018 to March 19, 2018.

“I encourage everyone to take a look at the proposed LGIP during the consultation period and to have their say by making a submission,” Cr Baker said.

Adoption of an LGIP is a statutory requirement of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. Mayor Anne Baker said the LGIP would provide a strategic framework for future infrastructure planning in the region out to 2036. “The purpose of an LGIP is to identify the high-level or trunk infrastructure we will need to support future urban growth and to plan for this in a sustainable manner,” she said. “This includes provision for transport, water and wastewater, parks and community facilities.” The proposed LGIP and supporting material are available for viewing and download on Council’s website at www.isaac.qld.gov.au/infrastructureplanning.

Once adopted, the LGIP will be incorporated within the region’s three existing planning schemes, which regulate planning and development within the Isaac region. Submissions can be lodged electronically to records@isaac.qld.gov.au, by post to PO Box 97, Moranbah, QLD 4744 or in person at one of Council’s customer service centres. For enquires about the proposed LGIP, phone 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).


THE RESILIENCE PROJECT AND CLERMONT HAVE A SPECIAL CONNECTION .CONTRIBUTED BY GRANT OSWALD The Resilience Project and Clermont have now got a very special connection. Two visits within the space of six months from two very different but equally gifted presenters and the buzz around our community is amazing. These guys have a gift – I am not sure what to call it but their energy, enthusiasm and most importantly, their message, is infectious. It spreads quicker than bird flu through an aviary or swine flu through a piggery! The week that we just experienced will never be forgotten, and hopefully the lessons that we learned can only be built upon in the next 12 months. Let’s start on Wednesday and the children. It was fantastic to see that we could get all 4 of our primary schools plus some of our Distance Ed kids to come and listen to this amazing presenter. Martin from the get go had our kids mesmerised. His energy, enthusiasm and passion for children and building resilience will never be rivalled. For prep kids to sit there for 2 hours on their second day of school speaks volumes for how engaged even they were. From Martin’s mate Jeremy and his imaginary friend Pierre Van Dumb Dumb to the silly dance session where the kids rocked it, Mackillop Place was a sea of smiling faces and laughter. To all of the teachers, parents and helpers on the day – a huge big thank you for all of your efforts. Thursday came and even though he was the star attraction – Martin arrived at 9am at the hall to help set up tables and carry chairs. Amazing, and just a great example of the empathy that he teaches. To everyone who helped – Lisa Bellert, Jan and John Burnett, Hayley Lyons, Jane Barton, Jess Lonergan, the crew from Iron Pit gym, Danny McKay, the place looked amazing. Sam from Vivian’s – the centrepieces were beautiful thank you. Then onto the night and thank you once again to the ladies from Clermont Netball for our food service and table clean up, The St Joseph’s grade 5/6 parents for tendering the bar and of course Marie and Rog from The Commercial Hotel for the great food. Onto entrée and some very on the mark words from John Burnett and Steve Jobst (Apple founder) to get the night started and get some of us thinking about what we have. Then of course that little word that we don’t use often enough anymore – “Yet”. There is no more “I don’t know how to do that”, it’s now “I don’t know how to do that, yet”.

Main course and wow – try and keep up if you can. If you look up the dictionary for the words “energy” and “enthusiasm” I bet you that you will find a picture of Martin Heppell right there! Some may have found it hard to keep up but I am sure that in the end you will have all realised what the message was – Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness. Practice these things and you are certain to start feeling a little calmer, a little more fulfilled and a lot happier. Music, exercise and laughter – 3 things that we all need to do more of and if we do, we can learn how to flip any negative into a positive. Just practice it. It will come. To see Martin stick around afterward and talk to so many of our community was awesome. This is also what it is about. We need to all get this stigma of mental health out of our minds and realise that we can talk about things, can ring our mates and tell them that we are struggling with life. Not even that, just ring our friends and have a laugh, you will realise when you stop talking that you feel a lot better. The one thing that we cannot let happen is for this flame to now go out. The sparkler effect cannot hit our little community. We have another amazing speaker coming up just this month in Shane Webcke and Elder’s Give It Charity Gala. I encourage you all to go and listen to Shane and his amazing story. I would like to leave you today with a quote from Hugh van Cuylenburg himself – “Happiness is a skill. Like anything else in life, if you want to be good at it, you’ve got to practice it.”


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CLERMONT HISTORICAL CENTRE

PRESENTS

100 OBJECTS Clermont’s history is set to be unveiled in a revealing exhibition for the first time. The vast collection will be showcased representing Clermont’s eclectic and colourful past. Explore our history and discover our stories from the collection’s 100 objects. Here’s your chance to relive your childhood and connect yourself to a period in history.

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OPEN

EXHIBITION RUNS MARCH 7 TO DECEMBER 2018

Clermont Historical Centre Gregory Highway WED TO SAT 9AM - 3PM $6 adults $4 pensioners $3 children under 12 years $15 per family with two or more children


PUBLIC NOTICES CLERMONT HISTORICAL CENTRE TEMPORARILY CLOSED Isaac Regional Council advises the Clermont Community and visitors that the Clermont Historical Centre is temporarily closed, for its annual maintenance shut-down and preparation for a new exhibition. The Clermont Historical Centre will reopen on Wednesday, 7 March at 9am.

DATE CLAIMERS FEBRUARY

During this closure staff are developing and installing a fascinating new exhibition titled “100 Objects”. Council apologises for any inconvenience.

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MARCH

1080 WILD DOG AND FERAL PIG BAITING PROGRAM 2018 Isaac Regional Council would like to advise all graziers that the baiting program for 2018 is scheduled as per the dates set out below. Please note: Baiting will only be conducted during the below periods.

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A second round of baiting will be conducted during the period below to provide landholders with an opportunity to undertake further control of wild dog and feral pig populations. Currently this baiting period is scheduled for the dates below. Monday August 27 to Friday September 21 Manufactured baits are available outside of these times, orders must be made in advance and delivery is approximately three weeks from order date. Manufactured baits are supplied ‘at cost’ and are available for purchase through Council. To book a date or for further information about this program please phone Patti Ruth, Administration Officer on 4846 3733 or Council’s Customer Service team available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227). FOR MORE INFO Call Council’s Customer Service Centre available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).

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COUNCIL ADDS DEPTH TO WATER TEAM Isaac Regional Council is continuing its focus on enhancing water and wastewater service delivery to the communities of the region. Isaac Regional Council is continuing its focus on enhancing water and wastewater service delivery to the communities of the region. Council has recently recruited three key leadership positions within its Water and Wastewater directorate, headed by Greg Searle who joined the organisation mid-2017. Managers Tom Dippel, Richard Madden and Sallyanne Rinehart have joined council in the respective portfolios of Operations and Maintenance; Planning and Projects; and Business Services within the directorate. Mayor Anne Baker said the three new managers brought a wealth of industry experience from across the public and private sectors to their roles.

“Isaac is a council and a region built on pure people power. I’m pleased we have bolstered the ranks of our organisation with the collective experience and energy of Greg, Tom, Richard and Sallyanne,” Mayor Baker said. “This is about positioning our core water and wastewater function with the talent and knowledge to meet the challenges ahead.” Cr Baker said Council continued to make a significant investment in water and wastewater service provision across the region. “They are joining an already committed workforce in the Water and Wastewater directorate, dedicated to achieving long-term outcomes which meet the expectations of our communities through the improvement of infrastructure, service delivery and products, including drinking water quality and recycled water opportunities,” she said.

Isaac Region Deputy Mayor Cr Geoff Bethel (third from right) with Richard Madden, Greg Searle, Sallyanne Rinehart and Tom Dippel from Council’s Water and Wastewater team.

MEETING NOTICES

MEALS ON WHEELS CLERMONT Meetings will be held at Monash Lodge at 2pm, February 12, April 9, June 11, August 13 - AGM, October 8 and December 10.

CLERMONT PATCHWORK AND QUILTERS GROUP will be holding their AGM Thursday February 13 at 10am at the Patchwork Clubhouse, 76 Capricorn Street. All welcome.

New members/volunteers are most welcome. Further information contact Les on 0458 595 440.

CLERMONT STATE HIGH SCHOOL P& C will be holding their AGM Monday February 19 at 6pm in the School Library. All welcome.


FIRST HALF-YEARLY WATER NOTICE Please pay before March 5, 2018 The first payable water notice has been issued for the period July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. The 12-month delayed water charges in Isaac is now aligned with many other towns and cities across Queensland. From the Building Isaac’s Future 2017-18 Budget handed down in July 2017, Council invested a total of $33.4 million in water and wastewater maintenance and infrastructure works in Clermont, Dysart, Middlemount, Moranbah, Nebo and St Lawrence. Sign up to MiWater, a website that provides water consumption information. Users can set email and SMS alerts and be notified of water leaks and high consumption within days of occurrence, see www.isaac.qld.gov.au/miwater. For comprehensive information on different property types, localities and associated water charges, visit www.isaac.qld.gov.au/water-charges. If you haven’t received a water notice by Monday, February 12, please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICE ALL SAINTS’ CLERMONT

SONRISE CHURCH

February Service times:

Service time: Sundays, 9am Address: 58 Capella Street Office: Monday and Tuesday, 4983 2926 Ps Allan Kelly: 0417 095 918 Regular events: Mainly Music (0-5 years): Mondays, 9.15am Horse Riding: Wednesdays, 4pm - 5.30pm CLAW Youth: Fridays, 7pm - 9pm

Sundays 9am Wednesdays 9.30am Communion: Rev Anne Nixon Parish Council AGM - Sunday March 18, 10.30am Anglican Hall Contact: 4983 3484 To hire the Anglican Church Hall: 4983 1435 NEW CREATION FELLOWSHIP CLERMONT ‘Come as you are’ Service time: Sundays, 10am Address: Scouts Hall, Daintree Street Ps Trevor and Roxanne Cole: 4983 3980

We are an ACC Church, everyone is welcome.

UNITING CHURCH Service time: Sundays, 8am Address: Cnr Capella and Box Streets Website: clermontcapellauc.org.au

ST MARY’S CHURCH February Service times: Sunday 11, 8am Sunday 18, 8am Sunday 25, 8am

CLERMONT RAG ADVERTISING DISCLAIMER The Clermont Rag is a weekly publication circulated throughout the Isaac Region. The views expressed are not necessarily the views of the Isaac Regional Council or the editor (the “Editor”) or the distributors. While every care has been taken in the preparation of The Clermont Rag, the Editor and distributors cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions, whether whole or in part, including those caused by negligence, in this publication.

The Clermont Rag does not take positions on any political issue, nor does it endorse any candidate. The publication therefore does not print any advert, article or any submission which can be deemed to contain content of a political nature and reserves the right to remove any advert, article or submission prior to publication. Further, any advert, article or submission must be ethical and professional in all dealings and the Editor reserves its unfettered right to confirm or delete listings as required.

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The Editor and distributors do not guarantee, and accept no legal responsibility whatsoever arising from or in connection to the accuracy, reliability, correctness or completeness of any material contained within this publication.

All paid advertisements must be paid for prior to printing. Unpaid ads will not be printed. Payment is to be made at the Council Office or by contacting 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227) and speaking with a customer service officer.

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, the Editor and distributors disclaim all responsibility and all liability for all expenses, losses, damages and costs you might incur arising out of, or in any way related to, the information being inaccurate or incomplete.

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ON THE SHELF

GO ON A BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK Isaac Libraries are celebrating Library Lovers month during February and encouraging patrons to go on a blind date with a book. A selection of books will be wrapped and placed on shelves for borrowing and those who borrow them will not know what the book is until it is unwrapped. Patrons who borrow ‘blind date’ books will be gifted a heart shaped chocolate. From February 14, adult patrons who borrow adult literature will also be gifted with a chocolate (until supplies run out). Adult patrons who borrow adult literature between February 1 to February 28 will go into the weekly draw to win a box of chocolates.

WELCOME If you are a new Clermont resident, visit the Library and enquire about membership. As well as being able to borrow traditional books, library members can also borrow e-books and digital audio books through Bolinda Audio and Overdrive. The Library also offers access to public computers, scanning, emailing and photocopying services and more.

BOOKINGS Bookings are essential for all library programs and events. Please call Clermont Library on 4846 3746. Please note: Children 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times when visiting the library, including during organised programs.

NEW ARRIVALS Recent arrivals in adult non-fiction include the following: •

Daughter of Gloriavale by Lilia Tarawa

The Hormone Myth by Robyn Stein Deluca

Smart Animals by Reader’s Digest

Secret Marvels of the World by Lonely Planets

Haunted Mysteries of Australia by Tim The Yowie Man

Girl With a Sewing Machine by Jennifer Taylor

Pub Yarns by Colin Whelan

BABY BOUNCE, STORYTIME, CRAFT AND RHYMETIME The Clermont Library runs several weekly children’s sessions. They are a good way to connect with other parents with young children. RHYMETIME AND CRAFT This is held from 9.30am to 10am every Tuesday for children up to five years old, where they can sing and dance to nursery rhyme songs. BABY BOUNCE Come along on Thursday from 9.30am to 10am and is aimed at children aged up to two years. Baby Bounce is a chance for parents to interact with their child through movement, music and song. STORYTIME AND CRAFT TIME See you at the Clermont Library every Friday from 9.30am to 10.30am and caters for children up to prep age. Bookings are essential please phone 4983 4746 or email Clermont.Library@isaac. qld.gov.au


HEALTH, FITNESS AND SOCIAL FUN CLERMONT SPORTS CENTRE Contact: 07 4983 1422 Address: 7 Jupiter Street www.clermontsportscentre.com All small group training included in gym membership. RIP: A high intensity strength conditioning class using barbell and light weights. 45-1 hour in duration. Bring towel and water bottle.

PROGRAM MONDAY 6.15am TRX Flex

TRX FLEX incorporates strengththrough stretching. VIRTUAL REVOLUTION: Great music and a fantastic calorie burning hour of indoor cycling. You will learn correct technique for improved performance and have fun cycling.

6pm Yoga 7pm TRX TUESDAY 6.15am TRX Flex 9.15am

Ladies Indoor Volleyball

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RIP EXPRESS is a 45 minute major muscle group workout.

This is a virtual run class - follow the instructor on the screen.

5.45pm Rip Express

AXIS: Power to the core in 30 minutes.

YOGA: A class for everyone! For ages 5 and up to 90 or more. You will learn breathing exercises and positions that can help improve arthritic symptoms, insomnia, blood pressure, mood and aid with relaxation and flexibility. This class is suitable for pregnant women. Screening will be conducted prior to participation.

TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING: Every Suspension Training exercise builds true functional strength and improves flexibility, balance and core stability all at once. Intermediate sessions are higher intensity workouts as basics should be well ingrained in participants. THUMP: 1 hour boxing class. Boxing equipment is provided, inners must be worn and can be purchased for $5 from reception.

Bookings for Yoga are essential. BOOTCAMP: A fun (mostly bodyweight) class run by Lockie. Based around cardio fitness.

6.30pm AXIS WEDNESDAY 6.15am TRX Flex 6pm THUMP THURSDAY 10am Yoga 5.15pm RIP 6.15pm AXIS 7.30pm

Mixed Indoor Volleyball

SATURDAY 8.30am THUMP 9.15am TRX 10.15am

Virtual Revolution

CLERMONT RIFLE ASSOCIATION INC

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Firearm Safety Courses now available.

For further information contact Robert Holmes 0448 831 694.

Just a reminder that we have a new scoped and peep sight club rifle available to new and interested shooters with full training and coaching from fully qualified range officers if requires.

For any enquires please contact Jan Thornhill on 0408 980939 or Noel (Bear) Byrne on 0419 791 751 or email clermontrifle@yahoo.com.au


HEALTH, FITNESS AND SOCIAL FUN MAD ABOUT FITNESS Contact: 0448 007 263 Address: 41 James Road All classes and open gym are $15. GUT AND BUTT BLAST: Is a target class that focuses on strengthening and toning the nine core divisions of the abdominal plane, simultaneously blasting the three muscles of the buttocks, hamstrings and quadriceps. This will increase fat metabolism at rest and help slim and tone those problematic areas. Although not targeted, general whole body conditioning applies and while challenging, is more than suitable for any fitness level. OPEN GYM: This is your opportunity to use the gym facilities, there will be a basic weights program and WOD on offer for your utilisation, or you could just be creative and do your own training. LETS LIFT: This program has been designed to target the eight large muscle groups in a 45 minutes whole body workout. This is achieved through the use of barbell and dumbbell weights. This class is suitable for all fitness levels.

METAPWR: MetaPWR is a fast moving circuit, using moves that need strength, speed and power. All MetaPWR workouts use the entire body,involving your upper and lower body and core muscles. Muscle is metabolically active tissue, so the more muscles you work the more calories you burn. The more calories you burn, the more productive your workouts will be and the faster you will lose fat. CIRCUIT TRAINING: This is a form of body conditioning or resistance training using highintensity/low-intensity aerobic energy. It targets strength building and muscular endurance. An exercise ‘circuit’ is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. It is highly enjoyable and recommended to all levels of fitness.

PROGRAM MONDAY 9.30am Gut and Butt 5.45pm Blast TUESDAY 5.45pm MetaPWR WEDNESDAY 9.30am Circuit Training 5.45pm Let’s Lift THURSDAY 11.15am 5.45pm

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SATURDAY 6.30am Open Gym - 9pm SUNDAY 6.30am Open Gym 7.30pm

METAFIT: This is a 30 minutes bodyweight training system that gets results! It is a functional and effective, metabolic workout that will change the way you train. Created by a former Royal Marine Commando, Metafit combines the latest HIIT techniques with traditional ‘old school’ bodyweight exercises to set the metabolism on fire.

CLERMONT SPORTING SHOOTERS WANTING TO BECOME A MEMBER? Please contact Lloyd on 4983 2010 or Frances on 4983 1478. We shoot on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month.

Arrive at range at 9.30am and commence shooting at 10am. You can also find us on Facebook @SSAA Clermont Branch Inc.


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