Mary Street business owners meet

BUSINESS owners got together on November 9 for the third Mary Street traders meeting.

Mayor Dyne said he spoke to the Gympie Police about an increased police presence in Mary Street, which is pending staffing decisions.

A Tourism Ambassadors Program was discussed similar to the Cooloola Tourism Ambassadors Program run in previous years.

Mary Street Traders will start Christmas advertising/decorating as soon as possible, including lights.

Traders are also considering opening Sundays and so help promote shopping in Mary Street prior to Christmas.

Gympie Regional Council will erect Parking Signs indicating where additional parking is and will erect Christmas Decorations as soon as possible.

The next meeting will be held on December 14 at 5.30pm at Cafe Isabella.

Gympie Times


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