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In recognition of the financial hardships many residents face after Tropical Cyclone Debbie, Whitsunday Regional Council will not be processing any direct debit payments until the end of April.
Ratepayers who have an arrangement with Council to pay their outstanding rates, will start their arrangement again in May 2017.
Many ratepayers have been severely impacted by Cyclone Debbie over the past week, and are experiencing unexpected costs.
In light of this, Council has agreed to give ratepayers a one month suspension of direct debit rate payments.
Whitsunday Regional Council Mayor Andrew Willcox said the suspension would help ease the pressure of upcoming financial difficulties after the cyclone.
“Tropical Cyclone Debbie has really hit us hard and so many of you are going to face extra bills and unexpected costs,” he said.
“This is one way the Council can help take some of the stress out of the next month.”
Please contact Whitsunday Regional Council for more information on (07) 4945 0200 or email email@example.com
To hear the latest up-to-date information and official advice on Tropical Cyclone Debbie, listen to your local radio stations and follow the Whitsunday Disaster & Emergency Facebook page here - https://www.facebook.com/WhitsundayDisasterandEmergencyInformation/
Important phone numbers:
If you have a life threatening emergency, please call 000 immediately.
If you require SES assistance, please call 132 500. The SES’s priority after the event will be providing access to residents (eg. Clearing trees from driveways etc.)
If you need to contact the Whitsunday Disaster Coordination Centre, please call 1300 972 006 and provide information as requested by the telephone operator.