Today I visited the Sunshine Coast Grammar School again, this time for the P&F AGM. This is a group of dedicated volunteers aiming to raise funds to assist with the amenities at their children’s school, and they seem to be doing an excellent job. Elections were held with a largely unchanged Executive. After the AGM I spoke to a number of people and learned of a range of Council related issues including the hurdles to achieve a rear access to the school. I was also informed of public toilet facilities that were burnt out months ago in the Dulong area and have not theen repaired or re-opened and have not even been supplemented by a port-loo. I have also learned of land slips adjacent to roads, disappearing footpaths, and access issues for the Rural Fire Brigade. Later in Buderim township concerns were raised about the proposed removal of the “historic” Buderim Camphor laurel trees. This will be further investigated.