C4R will work with Campaspe Shire Council to develop a steering committee to help clubs with their proposals.ELAINE COONEY March 13, 2014 4:10am
The Committee 4 Rochester will oversee distribution of the $480,000 promised to Rochester’s recreation clubs by Campaspe Shire Council in 2011.
Project officer Graeme Robertson said the C4R would work with council to develop a steering committee to help clubs with their proposals.
The steering committee would be made up of members from the council, Regional Development Victoria and other government departments.
Mr Robertson said recreation groups would be asked to submit an expression of interest form which would be assessed by the steering committee.
Those deemed suitable would be asked to elaborate on their project plans.
Mr Robertson said, due to the comprehensive process, he did not expect an outcome until later in the year.
The final decision rested with Campaspe Shire council, he said.
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