TWO community information sessions will be held next week for Fraser Coast residents affected by ex-Tropical Cyclone Seth.
The sessions will be held in Maryborough and Teebar.
Fraser Coast Deputy Mayor Darren Everard said, while a lot of clean-up work and urgent infrastructure repairs had already been carried out, the region’s recovery would be a long process “continuing for many months.”
Council will co-ordinate community information sessions to assist those affected by the flooding to navigate the different support measures and financial assistance available to them from different levels of government.
“These information sessions provide an opportunity to speak directly with representatives from Local, State and Australian Government agencies, as well as support organisations,” said Cr Everard.
“The sessions are particularly targeted at primary producers, businesses and not-for-profit groups, but anyone affected is welcome to attend.”
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Flood recovery community information sessions:
- Maryborough City Hall Reception Room, Wednesday 16 February 2022, 4pm – 7pm (enter near the Visitors Information Centre);
- Teebar Hall, Thursday 17 February 2022, 10am – 2pm.
The sessions being held next week follow a similar information session held in Tiaro last month.
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