Mid Murray ratepayers, residents and businesses have the opportunity to speak up, share their vision and help shape the future of their towns.Mid Murray ratepayers, residents and businesses have the opportunity to speak up, share their visionand help shape the future of their towns.
Over the next six months, the councilwill work to gather information and ideas from the public as they ditch their outdated Strategic Plan andembark on anew Community Plan process.
Council’s Development and Environmental Services director Peter Graves is taking a lead role in developing the plan and said by working together, the council and community could achieve excellent outcomes.
“We really want to partner with the community in building and implementing the plan,” he said.
“We want to make sure the community knows this is a plan for them and their future, not just a piece of paper that sits on a shelf.
“In the coming months there will be a major focus on getting out to the communities and hearing what they have to say.”
Feedback postcards are currently being distributed around the region, some via letterbox drop and others through local businesses and progress associations,allowingpeople to givefeedback on what they love about where they live and to leave ideas on how to make Mid Murray better.
Later this year, and heading into 2016, the council will extend their consultation byholding a series of community forums around the region.
For more information about the plan, the feedback postcards andcommunity forumsvisit 梧桐夜网mid-murray.sa.gov419论坛or call Peter Graves on 8564 6020.Complete a feedback postcard and submit itbefore December 11 for your chance to win an iPad mini.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.