The Flagstone community is a growing one and in the past three years has seen significant growth in the area. With this growth builds a community and when like-minded people put their heads together a suburb becomes more than just a place to live.
While suburban development started in Flagstone in 1996, it was not until 2010, a PDA was declared detailing the expansion and development of Greater Flagstone. Development on the west section of the Sydney–Brisbane railway line began post 2011. In 2016, it was gazetted as a separate locality within the City of Logan.
The Flagstone Community Association (FCA) evolved out of a desire to develop and promote a local ownership and sense of identity among the Flagstone community. Their focus is to develop initiatives that will benefit the entire community of Flagstone.
The FCA had planned to hold their Annual General Meeting on July 31 at the Flagstone Community Centre however the recent COVID issue prevented the group from gathering, a decision they made for everyone’s safety.
Instead the FCA held their AGM on Zoom with division 11 councillor Natalie Willcocks chairing the meeting. All positions were vacated and each committee member was elected unopposed.
The committee stands as:
President – Donna-Maree Jarden
Vice President – Nikkea Joy Channell
Secretary – Elizaberth Leauanae
Treasurer – Julie Gislingham
Committee Members – Eva Montgomery, Bruce Sheaves and Nathan Osborne.
Returning President Donna-Marie Jarden said Flagstone Community Association is pleased to announce the following committee for 2020/2021.
“We are very excited to be able to bringing our community together in these uncertain times celebrating and supporting both Flagstone families and local business”.
To find out what is happening in Flagstone, including their events and developments, check out the Flagstone Community Association on Facebook.