‘JP’s In The Community’ service now at Mt Sheridan Plaza!


Rob Pyne, Selwyn Johnson, Curtis Pitt and Daniele Frazer

Rob Pyne, Selwyn Johnson, Curtis Pitt and Daniele Frazer

A service known as ‘JP’s in the Community’ has been opened at Mt Sheridan Plaza.

This programme, is an initiative of the State Department of Justice.

The service draws on the good will and voluntary efforts of a number of local Justices of The Peace.

Being able to find a JP when you need one to witness your signature on a document will now become much easier for residents of the southern corridor.

The opening ceremony was organised by local JP Selwyn Johnson and supported by many of the JP volunteers.

Above - Kerry Pitt, wife of local MP Curtis Pitt was first to use the service, ably assisted by local JP Julie Brooker.

Above – Kerry Pitt, wife of local MP Curtis Pitt was first to use the service, ably assisted by local JP Julie Brooker.

Cr. Rob Pyne, local MP Curtis Pitt and Daniele Frazer from the Green Group all spoke at the launch.

Mt. Sheridan Plaza are congratulated on supporting this initiative.

JP’s IN THE COMMUNITY PROGRAMME

Justice of the Peace – Service Desks

Mt SHERIDAN PLAZA  

Wednesday & Saturday: 10.00 am till 2.00 pm

{Ground Floor, adjoining Priceline Chemist}

STOCKLAND  EARLVILLE

Wednesday & Saturday: 10.00 am till 2.00 pm {Ground Floor, opposite Payless Chemist}

RAINTREES

Thursday & Saturday: 10.00 am till 2.00 pm

{Ground Floor, adjacent to Manunda Library}

CAIRNS CENTRAL

Tuesday & Saturday: 10.00 am till 2.00 pm  {Ground Floor, behind Information Desk)

 

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