Residents in the Lower Eyre Peninsula district are invited to have their voices heard and questions answered at the council’s Community Engagement Forums this month.
It will be an opportunity for residents to hear about the council’s projects and provide feedback on what is important to them.
Topics will include an update on the health and ageing project in the community, update on the disaster ready project, spring roads update, the community bus, council land development and more.
Chief executive officer Rod Pearson said the council would provide an update on its activity over winter and early spring and welcomed feedback from ratepayers.
Council is undertaking some exciting projects this year, and is keen to share information with the community.
“Council is undertaking some exciting projects this year, and is keen to share information with the community.”
“As part of our Community Engagement Strategy we will be meeting with the locals in each of its three main geographical areas twice per year,” he said.
The forums will be held at the Cummins Hotel on October 17, the Coffin Bay Yacht Club on October 24 and the Port Lincoln Golf Club on October 25, and all sessions will be from 7:30pm to 9pm.