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Council forum to inform locals

18 Mar 2014

Southbank locals are invited to attend a community forum held by the City of Melbourne this month.

Council is holding four forums throughout March and April for different regions within the municipality.

Southbank falls within the geographical area for the first forum on March 20 at Melbourne Town Hall. The area also includes Docklands, the CBD, Fisherman’s Bend and Port Melbourne.

The two-hour forum will be split into two parts, with the first half an informal session offering the chance to view displays on council programs and services and have one-on-one conversations with councillors and council staff.

The second half of the forum will be a panel with councillors presenting and responding to questions from the community.

Community members are invited to submit questions, which will help to shape what will be discussed at the forum.

Councillor Richard Foster said the forum was a good opportunity to stay in touch with CoM activities, plus speak directly with councillors.

“We want to share our plans with our residents and ratepayers while giving you the opportunity to raise any questions or provide feedback directly with Councillors and staff,” Cr Foster said.

To find out more on the community forums and submit questions head to the website http://participate.melbourne.vic.gov.au/community-forums

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