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Residents’ group’s new era

12 Nov 2013

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The Southbank Residents’ Group held its annual general meeting at Boyd Community Hub last month as outgoing president Michael Smolders and vice president Barry Janes handed over the reigns to incoming president Tony Penna and his new-look team.

Around 20 members and friends attended the meeting, including local state MP Martin Foley.

The meeting heard about the work and issues the SRG had focused on, including increasing relationships and lobbying to council, State Government and, specifically, Planning Minister Matthew Guy.

For more on the handover, read our editorial on page 2, learn all about the new team on page 4 and read Tony Penna’s first SRG column on page 16.

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