Look out for the new signage at Norman Point
From the Tin Can Bay Chamber
Pelicans, kangaroos, reindeer and thousands of little lights are making the Coast a little brighter, as Christmas cheer was on the agenda again this year for the Tin Can Bay Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Inc., with the Christmas town lighting going back up for the second year.
A slight delay with Council approvals saw them go up just in the nick of time for the big day but they will remain in place for a few weeks in January to continue the joy!
Norman Point Speed Limit
Safety for residents and visitors is a priority for the Chamber and a successful application to Council in 2019 saw the speed limit reduced in the Tin Can Bay Norman Point Parkland to 20km per hour.
This is a great outcome and will also assist with road crossings for the new footpath that is part of the Cooloola Coast Esplanade Revitalisation Project.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland works to make Queensland the best place in Australia for business.
The TCB Chamber recently met with Relationships Manager Paul Garcia, to be inspired on how to be an effective and strong chamber.
Management also met with the new Wide Bay Burnett Regional Stakeholder Manager, Tim Sayre, to see how his role can help members connect local issues with solutions.
Both meetings included fantastic information sharing, so if your business would like to be part of the bigger picture then contact the Tin Can Bay Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Inc. by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0411 218 254.
Thanks to Cr Jess Milne for this update.