To support the promotion of the waterways as a destination, GCWA
assessed more than 240 applications for events in and around the waterways including film and television productions, festivals and sporting events such as the Corporate Triathlon.
The system's current debt profile consists primarily of parity revenue bonds, general obligation bonds issued by the city, and contractual obligations for bonds issued through its water provider, GCWA
. Current debt per customer levels including the contractual obligations are moderately high at nearly $2,000 per connection, and these are projected to rise to over $3,000 per connection in year five of the CIP.
notified TCEQ on June 14 that it could no longer forecast water for the next 180 days, and it began releasing previously stored water that it bought from the Brazos River Authority.
calls on national governments to support efforts that: 1) promote equitable representation of women at the highest levels in national political, executive, legislative, and judicial structures; 2) ensure that organizations led by women and serving women are more widely and meaningfully active in the forums where AIDS programs are designed, funded and managed; 3) provide more funds to build the advocacy and leadership skills of women living with HIV so they can participate effectively in the processes that affect their lives; and 4) build partnerships between women's rights organizations and groups working on HIV/AIDS to more effectively lobby for change.
For definite databases the GCWA
reduces to the CWA.
engaged south east Queensland firm Synergy Resource Management to design, construct, operate and maintain the Facility following a competitive tender process.
and alternative theories of negation have enhanced our understanding of default negation in DDDBs.
Chief Executive Officer, Hal Morris, said: Our waterways improvement plan is delivering across the Gold Coast and this investment in Doug Jennings Park will ensure it remains a world-class destination.
Gold Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA
) have awarded the contract for the Labrador Channel and North Channel dredging project to local Gold Coast company Neumann Contractors Pty Ltd for just under $500,000.
This is a long-term, cost effective solution that will be available for use by organisations that undertake dredging in the area including GCWA
, City of Gold Coast, local industry and private residential estates.
Thanks to the earlier funding, the 30 hectare park has already undergone extensive improvements with the help of the Gold Coast Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA
), including new Seaway Emergency Access Stairs, amenities block, extra beach showers, upgrades to the Seaway Kiosk and most recently the rehabilitation of Moondarewa Spit.
Dredging is not required to extend the Labrador Channel, according to the findings of an independent review released today by the Gold Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA