After four years on Mount Isa City Council, Cr Paul Stretton said there'd more to be done as he seeks reelection.
Cr Stretton, a local businessman, is on Mayor Joyce McCulloch's Progress Mount Isa team and said for the last four years the current team had got the place rolling.
"I love Mount Isa, I was born and bred here and I just want to see the ball keep rolling," Cr Stretton said.
"I think we have unfinished business."
I love Mount Isa and I just want to see the ball keep rollingPaul Stretton
Cr Stretton said that included the transport and logistics hub and upgrades to the city and the outskirts.
Cr Stretton's portfolio in the current tern is waste management including water and sewerage, animal management and local laws.
"We built the recycling hub out there (at the dump), there is a shop to go out there yet so you'll be able to do your business there," he said,
"We've the new animal management facility (at Richardson Rd), that's a beautiful place now, really a job well done."
Cr Stretton said the sewerage upgrade they did a couple of years ago was another big project.
"It's good to see those happen," he said,
Cr Stretton said although the councillors elected in 2016 came from two different teams at that election, they have worked together well as a group.
"I've been in many clubs over the year and everybody's got their own different opinion on things," he said.
"If you get into a place like Council and start butting heads, you'll achieve nothing.
"We don't agree on everything but we agree to agree to get the job done and that's the most important thing."
Cr Stretton said everyone on council was there for the same reason.
"We want Mount Isa to go ahead and be a prosperous city," he said.
When asked about what he saw the next four years holding, Cr Stretton said there were projects in the future that needed progressing.
"There are the Mount Isa CBD upgrades, and we've just got another big grant from the government to thing for the bike thing at Gallipoli Park ($895,000 to contract fitness and activity equipment, a pump track. and a multipurpose court), the motor sports complex, smart water meters and upgrades to Telstra Hill and the Lake Moondarra youth camp."
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