Logan City Council has adopted the 2022/23 Annual Report that celebrates their success in delivering essential infrastructure, maintaining high levels of customer service, and boosting the City of Logan’s environmental credentials, among others.

Mayor Darren Power said the achievements were worth celebrating, especially during a tough economic climate and the ongoing recovery from the 2022 floods.

“I’m proud of the council team that continues to deliver quality services and programs to the Logan community each and every day,” Councillor Power said.

“The high points from the past year are many and varied.

“As Mayor, I’m excited that we secured a major sporting venue as part of the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games funding deal, and that our ongoing advocacy efforts helped stop Inland Rail coming through our city.

“We also became only the second Council in Queensland to be certified carbon neutral and further progressed our new Logan Plan 2025 to ensure future growth is well-managed.”

The document reports on council’s progress in delivering the 73 projects included in its Operational Plan at the start of the 2022/23 financial year as well as its financial position.

The organisation completed 67 of the planned projects (92%) and achieved an operating surplus of $14.3 million.

Council also gave a greater focus on value for money to maximise resources and implemented an organisational restructure to better align services and prepare for an unpredictable future.

“I’d like to thank my fellow Councillors for their hard work over the year and ongoing commitment to the City of Logan as well as CEO Darren Scott, the Executive Leadership Team and our 1800 staff for the outstanding work they continue to deliver to our community,” Cr Power said.

The Annual Report and financial statements will be published on Council’s website in coming weeks.

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