Meet ministers on Bribie

Published 4:00pm 13 June 2024

Meet ministers on Bribie
Words by Nick Crockford

Residents, groups and businesses can meet and speak with a State Cabinet Minister in Moreton Bay next month.

Premier Steven Miles will be leading the Moreton Bay Community Cabinet to Bribie Island on Wednesday, July 3. The venue is to be announced.

However, registrations to attend and request a meeting with a Minister, or RSVP to attend the Town Hall style event are now being taken.

Click here to visit the Community Cabinet webpage for further information and request a 15-minute meeting.

“This is your opportunity to have a direct impact on shaping the future of your community,” Premier Miles said.

Steven Miles new-look Queensland Cabinet after being sworn in today.

“Community Cabinet is where local families, workers, and businesses can meet directly with the Queensland Government to share ideas on how to make Moreton Bay an even better place to live, work, and visit.

“Whether you are passionate about healthcare, education, housing, infrastructure, the environment, or any other aspect of community life, your voice matters.

“This is your chance to express your thoughts, share your concerns, and contribute to positive change.”

Deputation meetings are from 4-5.45pm with a Town Hall-style meeting and barbecue from 5.45-8pm.

For more information about Community Cabinet, email CommunityCabinet@premiers.qld.gov.au.

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