Have say on com­mu­nity plan for town

North West Telegraph - - News - Tay­lar Amonini

Hed­land res­i­dents are be­ing en­cour­aged to pro­vide feed­back on the 2018-2028 draft Strate­gic Com­mu­nity Plan.

Town staff took to the streets from Oc­to­ber to De­cem­ber and col­lected al­most 6000 di­rect com­mu­nity in­ter­ac­tions and sub­mis­sions as part of the Live It, Tell It cam­paign.

The process formed part of the State Gov­ern­ment’s re­port­ing re­quire­ment to re­view and up­date the Town’s Strate­gic Com­mu­nity Plan to out­line its di­rec­tion and goals over the next 10 years.

Town of Port Hed­land Mayor Camilo Blanco en­cour­aged res­i­dents to weigh in on the draft plan to en­sure the best out­come for the peo­ple of Port Hed­land was be­ing reached.

The Town will run two in­for­ma­tion ses­sions for res­i­dents to dis­cuss the pro­posed strate­gies at 8am on Thurs­day, April 19 at the ibis Styles Ho­tel and at 6pm on Thurs­day, April 26 at Wanangkurra Sta­dium. Pub­lic con­sul­ta­tion closes at 5pm on Fri­day, April 27.

Hard copies of the plan will be avail­able to view at the Town of Port Hed­land Civic Cen­tre, JD Hardie Youth Zone and South and Port Hed­land li­braries. Res­i­dents can pro­vide feed­back on the Town’s web­site or by email­ing liveit tel­lit@porthed­land.wa.gov.au.

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