Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Fisher Wants Towns to Work Together

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Fisher Wants Towns to Work Together

Article excerpt

BRIAN Fisher wants to break down the barrier between Rockhampton and the Capricorn Coast to benefit both areas.

The Livingstone council candidate whose family roots began in the region says he would want to work with a progressive and forward-thinking council.

A Meikleville Hill resident, Mr Fisher said his main goal would be to bring projects to the table that had a positive effect on the growth of local jobs in the immediate future.

The candidate put his passion for generating jobs down to having run his own business.

Mr Fisher has been self employed for 40 years and over his career has successfully managed and supervised the construction of 300 homes in mining towns.

He has also managed his own excavation business as well as his own turf business. This enterprise employed 30 permanent staff, with up to 60 casuals.

He said he had many life experiences and had been up a few dry gullies but had always managed to survive.

"I believe I have the necessary skills to represent you as councillor. …

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