NOOSA voters will go to the polls on Saturday, March 9 to vote on de-amalgamation.
All registered voters within the former Noosa Shire boundary will vote to decide if it is worth resurrecting a new council at a cost estimated by the Queensland Treasury Corporation to be more than $13 million.
Acting mayor Chris Thompson welcomed the announcement, saying the region needed the certainty of a decision so it could "build on the significant ... gains of the past five years".
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