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Pedestrian Access Upgrade
On Dutton Street East, Murgon

June 11, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises works commenced the week beginning Monday 7 June 2021 on the upgrade of concrete islands and pedestrian crossings in Dutton Street East, Murgon. Works are scheduled to be completed in approximately two weeks, weather and other external constraints permitting.

Works have been funded through the School Transport Infrastructure Program (STIP) and Council’s 2020/21 Capital Upgrade Works programme and including demolition, new concrete, line marking removal and new line marking.

To provide a safe work environment, the work areas will be controlled by signage or traffic controllers as required. Local access to properties within the work area will be permitted, however some delays may occur.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience while works are in progress.

For further information regarding the projects works, please contact Council’s Works team on (07) 4189 9100 or by email
Works On Williams Road, Benarkin
June 11, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises works commenced on Williams Road, Benarkin on Monday 7 June 2021. Works are anticipated to be completed in approximately 8 weeks, weather and external constraints permitting.

Works include tree clearing, drainage works, upgrade of the road surface from an unsealed to a sealed road surface standard at chainage 4919 – 6233 and line marking. These works have been funded through Council’s 2020/21 Capital Upgrade Works Program.

To provide a safe work environment, the work areas will be controlled by signage or traffic controllers as required. Motorists are requested to travel with extreme care, to drive to the prevailing road conditions and to adhere to signage and expect some delays may occur.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience while works are in progress.

For further information regarding the project works, please contact Council’s Infrastructure team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Pioneer Park Nanango:
Toilet Refurbishment And Closure

June 11, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises refurbishments to the toilets at Pioneer Park located on Railway Lane Nanango commenced on Tuesday 1 June 2021. These facilities will be closed for reroofing and painting until Monday 21 June 2021, conditions and external constraints permitting.

This project is funded through the Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland programme.

Alternative public toilets are available at Reg McCallum Park on George Street North or Butter Factory Park on the corner of Drayton and Gold Streets Nanango.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience during this time.

For further information contact Council’s Parks and Gardens team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
SBRCQ 20/21-175 - Invitation to Offer:
Supply And Delivery of Various Herbicides

June 11, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council is seeking offers for the supply and delivery of various herbicides to support Council’s Natural Resource Management operations.

Offer documents can be downloaded by registering on Council's new tendering platform Tenderlink which can be accessed on Council’s website

The Tenderlink reference is BURNET-973962. Offer submissions close at 2pm on Friday 2 July 2021.

Instructions on how to register for Tenderlink are available here

For further information regarding the Invitation to Offer contact Council’s Natural Resource Management team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Kerb And Channel Upgrade:
Alford Street, Kingaroy

June 11, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises kerb and channel upgrades will commence early June 2021 on Alford Street Kingaroy, between Thorn Street and First Avenue.

Works are anticipated to be completed in approximately 3-4 weeks, weather conditions and external constraints permitting.

These works are funded through the Australian Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program (LRCIP) and include excavation, pavement work, new kerb, concrete vehicle access and bitumen seal.

To provide a safe work environment, the work areas will be controlled by signage or with traffic controllers as required.

Local access to properties within the work area will be permitted, however some delays may occur.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates the patience of businesses and the community while works are in progress.

For further information contact Council’s Works team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Road Shoulder Maintenance
June 11, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises road shoulder maintenance is due to commence in late June 2021 for a 4 week period, weather and external constraints permitting.

Works will be completed on the following roads:

  • Peterson Drive, Coolabunia
  • Barsbys Road, Coolabunia
  • Malar Road, Booie
  • Hillsdale Road, Booie

To provide a safe work environment, the work areas will be controlled by signage or with traffic controllers as required.

Motorists are requested to travel with extreme care, to drive to the prevailing road conditions and to adhere to signage. Delays may occur when travelling in the vicinity of works.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience while works are in progress.

For further information contact Council’s Infrastructure team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Invitation to Offer – SBRC 20/21-174:
Sale of Rhodes Grass Hay

June 11, 2021: Council would like to invite offers on the sale of baled Rhodes Grass hay. Large square bales are 2.7m x 1.2m x 0.9m (8x4x3ft). Round bales are 4x4ft.

The hay is cut from the irrigation area at the Kingaroy Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and has been irrigated with recycled Class C water.

Revenue received from the sale of the fodder is used to offset the operational costs for running the treatment plant and facilities. There is no withholding period. Bales will be sold as 8 lots.

Payment needs to be made within 1 week of award and bales must be removed from site within 2 weeks after payment has been received.

Removal and transport costs are at the buyer’s expense and are to follow all relevant and appropriate transport and safety regulations and South Burnett Regional Council safety requirements.

Council has introduced a 10% local preference loading for local residents and businesses wishing to purchase the hay.

Offer documents are available on Council’s website

Offers are to be placed in the Tender Box or e-mailed by 4:00pm Friday 2 July 2021.
Approved Systematic
Inspection Program For Dog Registration

June 4, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises that Compliance staff are currently taking action on the approved systematic inspection for dog registration throughout the South Burnett region until Wednesday 30 June 2021.

It is the responsibility of all companion animal owners, especially dog owners, to ensure that their dog is currently registered within the Local Government area where the dog is kept in accordance with section 44 of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008.

All dogs over the age of three months are obliged to be registered with the local authority, in which the animal resides, as required by the state’s Animal Management legislation. This systematic inspection programme seeks to proactively check to see if animal owners are complying with their obligations.

Any animal owner found to be in breach of the state’s Animal Management legislation may incur a penalty infringement notice to the value of $266.

Council is permitted to undertake these house inspections to ascertain compliance with the legislation. The Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 provides the necessary head of power to carry out the registration checking activities.

A copy of this information can be purchased ($2.00 per copy) at any of Council’s Customer Service Centres.

For more information contact Council’s Animal Management team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
SBRCQ 20/21-171 - Invitation to Offer:
Workplace Health and Safety Management System Software

June 3, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council is seeking offers for a software package to support the Workplace Health and Safety function at Council. The software is required to be cloud based with access to enter data using mobile apps on both iOS & Android devices. The software will need to allow for offline reporting while in areas of low or no connectivity and automatically update when arriving back into a service area.

Offer documents can be downloaded by registering on Council's new tendering platform Tenderlink which can be accessed on Council’s website. The Tenderlink reference is BURNET-972946 and instructions on how to register for Tenderlink are available here.

Offer submissions close at 2:00pm on Friday 25 June 2021.

For further information regarding the Invitation to Offer contact Council’s Workplace Health and Safety team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Nanango Tennis Courts Upgrades And Closure
June 3, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises upgrades of lighting at the Nanango tennis courts located on Brisbane Street Nanango will commence on Monday 7 June 2021.

The tennis courts will be closed to the public from this date until Wednesday 30 June 2021, weather and external constraints permitting.

Upgrades will include the removal of old lighting and installation of replacement poles and lights. These upgrades will improve the quality of lighting to allow the Nanango Tennis Association and community to play tennis in the evenings.

This project is funded through Council’s Capital Works programme.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience while works are in progress.

For more information, please contact Council’s Property team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Patrols To Identify Overgrown Allotments
June 3, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises regular patrols are undertaken within the South Burnett region to proactively identify environmental health matters such as overgrown allotments within designated town areas.

In accordance with the South Burnett Regional Council's Local Law No.3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2011, Part 3, Section 13 (1) (a) and (b), namely that the allotment is overgrown with vegetation to such an extent that it
(a) has seriously affected the visual amenity of the allotment; or
(b) is likely to attract or harbour reptiles.

Council strongly encourages property owners to maintain their blocks or arrange for it to be slashed/mowed on a regular basis to comply with Council’s local laws.

Failure to comply with these local laws may result in the issuing of a Compliance Notice in an attempt to rectify the issue or alternatively the issuing of a penalty infringement notice to the value of $667.

Council appreciates your understanding and assistance in this matter. For more information, please contact Council’s Compliance team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Changes To Council's Public Tendering Platform
June 1, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council is changing the way it promotes public requests for tenders, quotes and expressions of interest by partnering with a new e-procurement platform known as Illion Tenderlink.

Tenderlink is the largest provider of e-procurement and tender notification services within Australia and New Zealand connecting buyers and suppliers. Tenderlink streamlines the procurement process with Council by providing an easy to use electronic system for organisations who wish to respond to public Council tenders.

Registered businesses will be notified by email when a new tender has been released that matches their selected categories of interest. From this email, the registered business can download tender documents, participate in tender forums and lodge electronic tender submissions.

Supplier registration with Tenderlink is free. South Burnett Regional Council encourages all local businesses to register with Tenderlink to ensure all local potential suppliers have full access to tender opportunities to secure business with Council.

To access the new Tenderlink platform visit Council’s website

For further information contact Council’s Procurement team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Changes To Council’s Creditor Payment Terms
June 1, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council has implemented standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions which includes a change to creditor payment terms, following a recent review of Council’s terms and conditions of trade.

Council has identified risks and benefits associated with the implementation of standard payment terms for creditors.

The key outcomes are:

  • • As of Saturday 31 July 2021, Council will be implementing payment terms
     30 days from date of invoice
  • • Payment runs will occur on a fortnightly basis
  • • Building contracts will comply with the requirements under the Queensland
      Building and Construction Commission Building Industry Fairness and
      Other Legislation Amendment (BIFOLA) Act.

As a Small business Friendly Council, South Burnett Regional Council is working with our local small businesses to ensure fair procurement and prompt payment terms. Small businesses are encouraged to contact Council to discuss the option of shorter 14 day payment terms.

Requests for shorter payment terms for small businesses, or businesses experiencing financial hardship can be negotiated by contacting any of Council's Customer Service Centres on 1300 789 279 or 4189 9100.

The "Change to Payment Terms Request Form" is available from Council’s Customer Service Centres or on Council's website.

Creditors are requested to review their processes prior to Saturday 31 July 2021 in preparation for the new creditor payment terms.

For further information contact Council’s Procurement team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
South Burnett Regional Council
Launches Local Marketplace For Suppliers

May 26, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council is proud to announce a new local marketplace for local suppliers. Felix Marketplace is for non-contracted, low risk ad-hoc supply arrangements for business within the South Burnett
region boundaries.

This local marketplace is in accordance with Council’s recently adopted Procurement Policy, which focuses on engaging with local suppliers wherever possible to provide or supply goods and services to Council.

Felix Marketplace is an online procurement system which allows Council officers to search, nominate and invite local suppliers to quote. Potential suppliers will receive an email notification with an invite to submit a quote. All the supplier is required to do is log in for details and then upload the quote.

If you are interested in supplying goods or services to Council, you can register your business on Council’s local marketplace on Felix for free. The marketplace intends to capture goods and services such as Catering, Stationery, Tools & Equipment, Hardware, Printing, Horticulture, Plumbing & Electrical products, Uniforms, Clothing and PPE, Accommodation, Training Providers, Spare Parts, Florists & Giftware, Information Technology hardware and many others.

A full list of the local marketplace categories and registration instructions are available on Council’s website

Felix Marketplace is a great opportunity for local business owners to have their goods and services seen by a new audience. The registration process does not mean that you are automatically a preferred supplier to Council. Should you be engaged for goods or services you may be required to provide additional documentation.

For further information contact Council’s Procurement team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
KTP Update – Monday 24 May 2021
May 24, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises of the continued Kingaroy Transformation Project (KTP) works along Alford Street, between Youngman and Kingaroy Streets, and works in Glendon Street from the roundabout, to the exit of Circular Place in Kingaroy.

Additional night works will commence in the coming weeks along Haly Street to replace delipidated water infrastructure. Installation of electrical and communication infrastructure, the reinstatement of the footpath and kerb and channel, and upgrading of stormwater assets will occur along Alford Street and Glendon street.

Parking on the southern side of Alford Street will be temporarily impacted, however both traffic lanes and the parking adjacent to Asian Gourmet, Kingaroy Fitness, Tomo’s Diner and Hunter Gatherer Trader will be reopened during this time.

Closure of Glendon Street between the roundabout and the Circular Place carpark exit will continue from Monday 24 May 2021 to allow for accelerated replacement of infrastructure. The Glendon Street roundabout, the Circular Place carpark and laneway access to the carpark at the rear of Council will remain open.

The Project Team will continue to work closely with all stakeholders to proactively mitigate the effects on parking as much as possible. Pedestrian access to all shops will remain open at all times. Council strongly encourages the community to support the local businesses impacted by these works.

Motorists and pedestrians are requested to travel with extreme care, to drive to the prevailing road conditions and to adhere to signage. Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience while works are in progress.

Please direct all enquiries and concerns to the Kingaroy Transformation Project team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Works Update - Roy Emerson Carpark Upgrade
May 18, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises that due to contractor availability, upgrades to the Roy Emerson carpark located on the corner of Douglas and Morris Streets in Blackbutt - scheduled to commence on Tuesday 4 May - will now commence the week beginning Monday 24 May 2021.

Works are anticipated to be completed in approximately 2-3 weeks, conditions and external constraints permitting.

Works are funded through Council’s 2020/21 Capital Upgrade Works programme and includes excavation, pavement work, bitumen seal and line marking.

To provide a safe work environment, the work areas will be controlled by signage or with traffic controllers as required. It is expected that the carpark will not be closed during any key events in the area. Local access to properties within the work area will be permitted, however some delays may occur.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates the patience of businesses and the community while works are in progress.

For further information, contact Council’s Infrastructure team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Gravel Resheeting In Goodger And Glan Devon
May 7, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises that gravel resheeting will commence at the following locations, weather permitting:

  • • Neale Road, Goodger – Gravel resheeting along the full length of the road commences the week beginning Monday 10 May 2021. These works are expected to be undertaken over a 3 to 4 week period.

  • • Grindstone School Road, Glan Devon - Gravel resheeting and tree clearing between chainage 2386m and 4970m commences the week beginning Monday 17 May 2021. These works are expected to be undertaken over a 3 to 4 week period, with partial road closure during this time.

These works have been funded under the Australian Government’s Roads to Recovery 2020/21 programme.

To provide a safe work environment, the work areas will be controlled by signage or with traffic controllers as required. Motorists are requested to travel with extreme care, to drive to the prevailing road conditions and to adhere to signage.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and appreciates your patience whilst works are in progress.

For further information contact Council’s Infrastructure team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Council Budget Committee Meetings
Open To The Community

April 29, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council has begun the next annual budget cycle, working through a series of discussions over the coming weeks. The 2021/22 budget is scheduled to be adopted at a special budget meeting on Wednesday 30 June 2021

To remain transparent in the decision making process, Council will be opening up budget committee meetings to the community via live streaming and the public gallery. COVID-19 restrictions apply.

Regular budget meetings will take place in the Warren Truss Chamber, Glendon Street, Kingaroy from Wednesday 5 May 2021 until Wednesday 30 June 2021.

"Council is facing a challenging budget and we are keen to take the community with us through the budget deliberations," Mayor Brett Otto said.

Access the livestream of Council meetings is available on Council’s website

For further information contact Council’s Executive Services team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Prescribed Burn Notification
April 12, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises prescribed burn operations will be undertaken within Council Reserves across the South Burnett from Monday 19 April 2021, with an anticipated completion date of Tuesday 31 August 2021, conditions permitting.

These operations are carried out by qualified and experienced operators. Prescribed burns play an important part in wildfire mitigation and biodiversity conservation.

Locations:
  • • Kingaroy Night Soil Depot
  • • Staines Road, Benarkin
  • • Nanango Fauna Sanctuary
  • • Booie Reserve
  • • Boondooma Dam
  • • Gordonbrook Dam
  • • Goodger Reserve
  • • Mt Wooroolin Reserve
  • • Old Esk Road Quarry Reserve
  • • Proston Reserve
  • • Wondai Airport
     

Residents and businesses around the burn area are reminded to take the following precautions:

  • • Keep doors and windows closed to prevent smoke entering homes
  • • Keep outdoor furniture under cover to prevent ember burns
  • • Retract pool covers to prevent ember damage
  • • Remove washing from clothes lines
  • • Ensure pets have a protected area
  • • Vehicles must slow down, keep windows up and turn highlights on
  • • Sightseers must keep away from the burn zone for their own safety

If you have asthma or other breathing difficulties, reduce outdoor activities. If shortness of breath or coughing develops, take advised medical precautions or seek medical advice.

Residents are also reminded that dumping of household waste on Council land is not permitted and fines apply.

For further information contact Council’s Natural Resources Coordinator on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or email Council
Nanango Cultural Centre Upgrades
March 31, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council has commissioned contractors to commence upgrades to the Nanango Cultural Centre. These works will include the installation of a new air conditioning system and the replacement of louvres.

Construction works commenced on Monday 29 March 2021 with an anticipated completion date of Friday 27 June 2021.

Funding for this program was received as part of the State Government’s Works for Queensland program.

Residents are advised that there may be general worksite noises and vehicle movements to and around the jobsite during this time. Council and the construction team will be mindful that surrounding businesses will be trading as per normal.

The Nanango Cultural Centre will be closed from the commencement date to allow these works to be completed and will resume bookings once works have been completed. Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

For further information, contact Council’s Property team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email.
ChemClear Queensland Collection
July-August 2021

March 31, 2021: South Burnett Regional Council advises ChemClear will take place in Queensland during July and August 2021.

Disposal of unwanted or obsolete agvet chemicals are encouraged through this programme, and there are two groups of chemicals accepted in this scheme:

Group 1: Chemicals collected free of charge:
Eligible drumMUSTER products with readable labels still in original containers, not mixed with other products and within 2 years of expiry or deregistration

Group 2: May incur a fee for service:
Chemicals that have expired and are not part of the drumMUSTER program.

Register your chemicals at chemclear.org.au/register-your-chemical or call 1800 008 182. Registrations close Sunday 13 June 2021. All chemicals registered prior to the closing date will be eligible for collection during this run.

For further information, contact Council’s Environment and Waste team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Council Waste Facilities Operating Times
March 29, 2021: Council operates 17 waste facilities throughout the South Burnett. Some are staffed with specified operating
hours, or only accessible by a pin code or key provided by Council.

Residents are advised of Council waste facilities’ operating hours as follows:

  • Blackbutt Transfer Station - Open Thursday to Monday 8am to 5pm.
      Closed Fridays from 12 noon to 1pm. Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday
      and Anzac Day*.
  • Brigooda Transfer Station – Open 7 days a week
  • Bunya Mountains Transfer Station - Open 7 days a week
  • Chahpingah Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week
  • Cloyna Transfer Station - Open 7 days a week
  • Durong Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week
  • Hivesville Transfer Station - Open 7 days a week
  • Home Creek Transfer Station - Open 7 days a week
  • Kingaroy Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week 8am to 5pm. Closed
      Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.
  • Kumbia Transfer Station - Restricted keypad access open 7 days a week
      6am to 6:30pm. Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.
  • Maidenwell Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week
  • Memerambi Transfer Station - Open 7 days a week. Closed Christmas
      Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.
  • Murgon Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week 8am to 12noon. Closed
      Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.
  • Proston Transfer Station - Restricted keypad access open 6:00am
      to 6:30pm seven days a week. Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and
      Anzac Day*.
  • Nanango Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week 8am to 5pm. Closed
      Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.
  • Wattlecamp Transfer Station - Open Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday
      8:00am to 5:00pm. Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.
  • Wondai Waste Facility - Open 7 days a week 1pm to 5pm. Closed
      Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day*.

For full details on waste services and facilities, visit Council's website

Note: *Anzac Day falls on Sunday 25 April 2021. Facilities are open Anzac Day public holiday Monday 26 April 2021.

To access a locked facility or for further information, contact Council’s Environment & Waste team on 1300 789 279, 4189 9100 or by email
Approved Systematic Inspection
Program For Dog Registration

December 22, 2020: In accordance with section 114 of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 (the Act) notice is hereby given that the South Burnett Regional Council intends to conduct an Approved Systematic Inspection Program to ensure that all dogs are registered in accordance with the Act.

The program will commence Monday 1 February 2021 for a period of five (5) months ending Wednesday 30 June 2021.

The properties to be included in the Systematic Inspection Program are potentially all properties within the South Burnett area, both within and without the designated town areas.

Inspections will be conducted between 8:00am and 5:00pm Monday to Saturday during this period. A copy of the approved inspection program is available online via Council’s website or for inspection and purchase ($2.00 per copy) at Council’s Kingaroy Customer Service Centre at 45 Glendon Street Kingaroy.

For more information, please contact Council’s Animal Management Branch on (07) 4189 9100.
Council Ordinary Meeting Dates
April To June 2021

December 22, 2020: Council would like to advise that in accordance with Section 277 (1) of the Local Government Regulation 2012, the Ordinary Meetings for April to June 2021 have been scheduled as follows:

Weds 7 April 2021
Infrastructure Standing Committee
Weds 14 April 2021
Community Standing Committee
Weds 21 April 2021
Corporate Standing Committee
Weds 28 April 2021
General Meeting
Weds 5 May 2021
Infrastructure Standing Committee
Weds 12 May 2021
Community Standing Committee
Weds 19 May 2021
Corporate Standing Committee
Weds 26 May 2021
General Meeting
Weds 2 June 2021
Infrastructure Standing Committee
Weds 9 June 2021
Community Standing Committee
Weds 16 April 2021
Corporate Standing Committee
Weds 30 June 2021
Budget & General Meeting

All meetings commence at 9:00am in the Warren Truss Chamber, Glendon Street, Kingaroy unless stated otherwise.

From April 2020, Council has also begun to live stream video and audio of each meeting. These videos, along with meeting agendas and minutes, can be viewed on the Council Meetings page of Council's website.
Level 3 Water Restrictions
March 17, 2017: Level 3 water restrictions are now in place throughout the South Burnett Region.

Residents are advised that sprinklers are not to be used, and hosing of paved or concreted areas is not permitted.

Hand held watering is permitted from 7:00am to 8:00am, and 5:00pm to 6:00pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for odd numbered houses and Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays for even numbered houses. No residential watering is permitted on Mondays.

Further details are available on the Council website or by contacting Customer Contact on (07) 4189 9100.
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