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SRG sets AGM date

16 Sep 2013

Now that the federal election has been run and won we can get down to the more serious business of voting in a new Southbank Residents Group (SRG) president.

The SRG will hold its annual general meeting (AGM) on Thursday, October 31 at the Assembly Hall in Boyd Community Centre.

The SRG set the date last month and hoped to attract a good crowd of locals for the growing group.

The group is also calling for residents to join as members, to ensure they will be able to cast their vote at the meeting.

Outgoing president Michael Smolders said he wanted the SRG to continue growing and this meeting was the first step.

“The SRG has been a great advocate for residents and owners corporations in Southbank over the years.”

“As the last 12 months draw to a close, the SRG now looks for a new leadership team to take us into 2014,” Mr Smolders said.

“The SRG only exists because residents want to be actively involved in shaping and lobbying for their community. The AGM is a great opportunity for the next committee to meet with local residents, hear their concerns and issues, and start planning for the year ahead,” he added.

“As we head towards a state election in 2014 it’s vital that the SRG and other city resident groups band together to drive a clear planning agenda to both the Labor and Liberal parties ­– ensuring they are fully aware of our position on liveability, growth and development of the Capital City Zone.”

To let the SRG know you’d like to come along or you’d like to nominate yourself as an office bearer please email Mr Smolders at srgi2000@gmail.com

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