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Meeting of a different kind

17 Apr 2012

Get set for a unique council meeting held in Southbank during April – but not by the City of Melbourne.

The Regional Victoria Living Expo will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centr  e will see members from all 48 regional and rural councils under the one roof, between April 27 and 29.

It is the first time all 48 councils have gathered under one roof.

The councils will be showcasing all that regional Victoria has to offer, in the hope of attracting both more residents and visitors to their areas.

The individual councils will be showing attendees assets of their region, including educational, career and business opportunities, as well as housing and property options.

You’ll be happy to hear that unlike the traditional council meetings the general public will have plenty of opportunity to put their point across with councillors from all regions answering questions throughout the three-day event.

Entry into the event is free, and if you’re after more information on the 2012 Regional Victoria Living Expo, head the website www.rdv.vic.gov.au/expo

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