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Flood study survey closing

Somerset residents are being invited to share their views about increasing public awareness and responsiveness to flood risk and the types of options residents would like considered.

Somerset Regional Council, together with other local governments, has been working with the Queensland government on a long-term plan to manage the impact of floods and improve community safety and resilience within the Brisbane River Catchment.

Today is the last day for residents to complete a short online survey and share their views.

The views of residents will be used to inform options being developed for the draft Strategic Floodplain Management Plan.

For more information and to complete the survey visit www.qldreconstruction.org.au/BRCFS.

Topics:  flooding survey



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