24 February 2016

Goodna is set to grow under major revitalisation plan announced by Mayor Paul Pisasale and Cr Paul Tully

DEVELOPMENT: Cr Paul Tully and Mayor Paul Pisasale unveil the new
  Welcome to Goodna sign and announce plans to revitalise the
Goodna town centre development.
GOODNA is set to become a thriving commercial centre, after the Ipswich City Council updated the town plan to open the way for significant development opportunities.

Cr Pisasale, along with Goodna-based councillor Paul Tully, unveiled a new 'Welcome to Goodna' sign at the Queen St roundabout to symbolise the suburb's imminent transformation and endorse its location as a gateway to the city.

Automated flood warning signs erected at Goodna

EARLY WARNING: Goodna Councillor Paul Tully
(left) launches the new flood signs at Goodna with
Shane Barnes from SEQ UHF
Emergency Services Team.
TWO of Goodna's most notorious flash-flooding hotspots have been fitted with digital flood detectors and warning signs.

Local area councillor Paul Tully pushed for the installation of the warning signs following countless floods on Smiths Rd and Albert St over the years.

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17 February 2016

Cr Paul Tully gets Jones Road upgrade moving at Bellbird Park

Cr Paul Tully
Residents in Division 2 can look forward to an upgraded Jones Rd when the new Bellbird Park High School opens in 2017.

Local Councillor Paul Tully said the arrangements for the new Bellbird Park High School included the upgrade of Jones Rd and were negotiated between the state government, Ipswich City Council and the developer in 2014.

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21 years on: Paul Tully vs the French Government

When Goodna councillor Paul Tully smashed French champagne bottles opposite the Ipswich Turf Club 21 years ago it was a declaration of war.

It was a war then French president Jacques Chirac was to lose and Cr Tully and like-minded people around the world would win.

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Ralph Breaden honoured

From left, Cr Sheila Ireland, Cr Paul Tully,
Ralph Breaden and Cr David Morrison.
The President of the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce has been honoured with a personal park naming at Augustine Heights.

Ralph Breaden was acknowledged this morning at a Chamber Breakfast at Springfield Lakes for the work he and the Chamber of Commerce have done in the Springfield area

Addressing the meeting, Division 2 Councillor Paul Tully congratulated Ralph Breaden on his personal efforts to invigorate the Chamber.

"Ralph is an energetic person who has the local community at heart and this is a fitting tribute to him and his family," Cr Tully said.

The new park is located at Conte Circuit Augustine Heights and is a prominent feature of the new Stockland estate currently being developed.

The higher parts of the development have views of the Brisbane CBD.

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