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12 Nov 2015

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The Southbank Residents Group committee has expanded following its annual general meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, October 14.

30 people gathered for the meeting at the Boyd Community Hub, as four local residents were announced as part of a new look committee.

The Summit resident Arji Fry was appointed treasurer, Southpoint resident Tracey Allen will take on the role of secretary, while Dan O’Keefe (Eureka), Samantha Rae (Melbourne Tower) and Peter Harkin (Southside) joined as committee members.

Member for Albert Park Martin Foley also addressed members at the meeting, while City of Melbourne manager of urban strategy Leanne Hodyl gave a presentation on the City Rd draft master plan.

Tony Penna, who remains as president for a third consecutive year, said he was delighted to learn of the interest of local residents to join the committee and get actively involved.

“It was great to see such a great representation of our members at our AGM getting involved and showing their interest and support,” he said.

“I am hopeful of some strong lobbying over the coming year and can’t wait to get started with our new committee.”

Mr Penna also gave notice of a special resolution meeting to be held at 6pm on Wednesday, November 25 at the Boyd Community Hub, to change the name from Southbank Residents Group to Southbank Residents Association.

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