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Toowoomba
Jul 19, 2024
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Toowoomba Regional Council

"Toowoomba Region Mayor Cr Geoff McDonald announces the 2024-25 Budget, highlighting a $200 rate increase for residents to fund infrastructure, water, waste management, and community services projects, amidst ongoing cost-of-living challenges."

Toowoomba Council Rates to Rise $200

Toowoomba residents face a $200 rate increase after the Toowoomba Regional Council handed down its 2024-25 Budget this week. What The People Say Toowoomba Region Mayor Cr Geoff McDonald said “the Council’s $703.6 million financial plan would allow it to maintain and upgrade existing facilities and services while planning for a brighter future for current and successive generations.” “We remain mindful of the cost-of-living pressures that continue to challenge families right across the Toowoomba Region,” Mr McDonald said. “That is why we’ve delivered a cautious and considered financial plan with a responsible rate rise. The general rate will rise 5% with the majority of urban residential ratepayers facing an average increase of $3.91 per week, and keeping in mind that

City Airport is safe … for now

City Airport is safe … For now

The Toowoomba City Aerodrome’s future remains secure, albeit temporarily, as the Toowoomba Regional Council seeks to balance operational costs with community benefits.

"Toowoomba Region Mayor Cr Geoff McDonald announces the 2024-25 Budget, highlighting a $200 rate increase for residents to fund infrastructure, water, waste management, and community services projects, amidst ongoing cost-of-living challenges."

Toowoomba Council Rates to Rise $200

Toowoomba residents face a $200 rate increase after the Toowoomba Regional Council handed down its 2024-25 Budget this week. What The People Say Toowoomba Region Mayor Cr Geoff McDonald said “the Council’s $703.6 million financial plan would allow it to maintain and upgrade existing facilities and services while planning for a brighter future for current and successive generations.” “We remain mindful of the cost-of-living pressures that continue to challenge families right across the Toowoomba Region,” Mr McDonald said. “That is why we’ve delivered a cautious and considered financial plan with a responsible rate rise. The general rate will rise 5% with the majority of urban residential ratepayers facing an average increase of $3.91 per week, and keeping in mind that

City Airport is safe … for now

City Airport is safe … For now

The Toowoomba City Aerodrome’s future remains secure, albeit temporarily, as the Toowoomba Regional Council seeks to balance operational costs with community benefits.