Data relating to mosquito breeding and adult abundances in the Redland City LGA.

John Thorogood made this Right to Information request to Redland City Council

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John Thorogood

Dear Redland City Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, 1982, I request the following data:

A current map or figure showing the known mosquito breeding habitat / sites within the Redland local government area.

A map or figure showing the mosquito breeding habitat / sites treated by Council in 2017 and 2019 calendar years.

The raw data file(s) of mosquito abundances (by species and monitoring event) for each of the sites monitored by Council in 2017 and 2019 calendar years.

Yours faithfully,

John Thorogood

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Tracey Cooke, Redland City Council

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Good afternoon Dr Thorogood,


Thank you for your enquiry requesting access to documents regarding
mosquito breeding habitats.


You can apply for access to documents held by Council under the Right to
Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act).  Please refer to the following
website link for more information.  




The website contains information about the RTI application process and the
RTI application form, which I have attached for ease of access. The
application fee for 2019/20 is $50.80 which is prescribed by the Qld State


Due to the COVID-19 event, it is preferable that you apply online by email
to [2][email address] or by post to RTI & Privacy Unit, PO Box
21, Cleveland Qld 4163.  If you attend a Customer Service Centres one of
our officers will be happy to assist you.


Please contact me if you require further information.


Kind regards,


Tracey Cooke

Governance & Right to Information Officer

Corporate Governance │ Strategy & Governance

Redland City Council 
P +617 3829 8718

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John Thorogood

Dear Tracey Cooke,

Council has not replied promptly to my request as required under the Act. Can you please explain the delay and advise when I might expect a response.


John Thorogood

Tracey Cooke, Redland City Council

Dear John Thorogood,

Under the RTI Act 2009, Council has 25 business days to process your application. Your decision due date is 16 July 2020 as specified in your acknowledgement letter.

I note your recent email confirming that you will accept the information in PDF format. This may assist with expediting your request.


Tracey Cooke

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