Isaac Council helps clean-up

Posted March 27, 2015

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Isaac relief teams help in Cyclone Marcia Clean up.

Isaac Regional Council played a direct role in the clean-up of Rockhampton following Cyclone Marcia.

Around 20 Isaac staff with vehicles and equipment were deployed to Rockhampton Regional Council the week following the clean-up, said Isaac Local Disaster Management Group Chair and Mayor Anne Baker.

It included workers from Isaac’s land care, road works and SES crews while seven SES members, two vehicles and storm damage equipment were deployed to the Capricorn coast to clear fallen trees, debris and tarp roofs.

“I thank our staff for their dedication and commitment, particularly our SES members who are all volunteers,” Cr Baker said.

Mayor Baker encouraged community and corporate members who wished to donate to access the website
www.givit.org.au.

GIVIT is a grassroots Australian charity that connects those in need with those willing to give.

GIVIT, wherever possible, purchases items from local providers to support the local economy as it also recovers.

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