Campapse Shire residents can have their say on council matters on Saturday.March 19, 2014 4:12am
Looking forward to talking with the community are Campaspe Shire councillors Neil Pankhurst and Carol Howell and business network officer Astrid Oâ€™Farrell.
Campaspe Shire residents can have their say on council matters on Saturday at Campaspe Conversation Day events across the area.
Councillors and council staff will be at five locations to talk to community members and discuss issues and ideas.
Campaspe Mayor Ian Maddison said council was aware there were many differing opinions about services it provided.
‘‘The day provides a chance for residents to put these forward and will be important for us as we progress the development of the budget for the year ahead,’’ he said.
‘‘Councillors and staff are looking forward to talking with the community and hope residents will take the opportunity to call in and have a chat.’’
Those unable to attend one of the events can still provide input through an online survey that is open on council’s website www.campaspe.vic.gov.au
Campaspe Conversation Day events are on Saturday at:
Kyabram, Albion Arcade: 10
Rushworth, Motofinish and Café: 11
Echuca, pedestrian crossing outside Cotton On: 10
Rochester, Market: 10
Lockington, Business Centre: 10
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