Additional works scheduled for Monto main street

Jan 24, 2018 | Front Page Feature, News

Following North Burnett Regional Council’s Works for Queensland (W4Q) Monto CBD Revitalisation project, additional work encompassing the main street footpath re-coating is scheduled for completion early February, weather permitting.

Inconsistencies with the footpath coating have been identified and contractors have been scheduled to perform a re-spray of the area.  Council, in conjunction with the contractor are working with local business owners to minimise any impact to businesses and community members whilst works progress.  To reduce disruption to business and community members, works have been scheduled to occur between (approximately) 5:30pm and 8:30am from Monday, 5 February for approximately one week.  Lighting towers and generators will be in use during this time.

Public seating, pot plants and other obstacles will be removed prior to the works and replaced once works are complete.

North Burnett Regional Council Mayor, Cr Rachel Chambers would like to thank all business owners, community members and visitors to the region for their patience whilst this additional work in the Monto main street is progressed and would like to remind all motorists and pedestrians to follow road and pavement directions and signage.

Mayor Chambers advised, “We are aware of the issues with this project and have sought to rectify with minimal disruption. We are optimistic the end result will be worth it.”

Motorists and pedestrians are requested to travel with extreme care and responsibility, to drive / walk to the prevailing road / pavement conditions and to adhere to signage.  Council apologises for any inconvenience caused whilst this work is being completed and thanks businesses and the public for their co-operation and patience whilst this work is in progress.

For further information please contact Council’s Engineering and Environmental Services staff on 1300 696 272 (1300 MY NBRC) or email Council.



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