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AGM your chance to have a say

16 Oct 2012

The Southbank Residents Group (SRG) will hold its annual general meeting (AGM) on Monday, October 22, giving all residents a chance to have their say on the suburb and join the residential association.

The meeting will be held at the assembly hall at Boyd, 271 City Rd, at 6.30pm.

As reported in last month’s Southbank Local News, SRG president Mabel Vargas will be standing down, so a new president will be elected.

The meeting will include guest speakers from the University of the Third Age, the National Broadband Network and Southbank Community Activation.

Outgoing president Mabel Vargas said the AGM was a great chance for all residents to have their say and engage with the community they live in.

To find out more about the AGM check out Mabel’s final column for the Southbank Local News on page 15.

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