Meetings put focus on Council’s projects

Wellington Council is calling on the community to attend its community Report Card Meeting, with Geurie kicking off the rounds next Monday August 19.
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The meetings, introduced by general manager Michael Tolhurst, are aimed at providing residents with an insight into projects Council has been focusing on during the year.

The meetings also provide residents with a chance to have a say on projects they would like to see completed.

Mr Tolhurst said the meetings were designed as a way of increasing the level of communication between Council and the community and vice-versa.

The first meeting will be held at Geurie Hall at 6pm on Monday, August 19.

This will be followed by one at the same time at the Stuart Town RTC on Tuesday, August 20.

Three final meetings will be held the following week.

The first of these will be at the Gollan Hall at 6pm on Monday, August 26 with the second to be held at the Wellington Civic Centre at 6pm on Tuesday August 27.

The final meeting will be at the Mumbil Hall 6pm Thursday August 29.

Mr Tolhurst said it was imperative for residents to attend these meetings for them to be successful.

“This is more than just a meeting – it is a chance for the community to ensure we stick to the tasks outlined on the timetable.

“More importantly it’s a chance for council to hear directly from the community on issues they see as being important,” he said.

For more information on the meetings, please phone Wellington Council on 6840 1700.

August 19: 6pm Geurie Hall

August 20: 6pm Stuart Town RTC

August 26: 6pm Gollan Hall

August 27: 6pm Wellington Civic Centre

August 29: 6pm Mumbil Hall

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