Council Pop-up is Coming to Longwarry
Published on 07 June 2019
Baw Baw Shire Council would like to remind residents about its upcoming visit to Longwarry on Tuesday 18 June.
This is an opportunity for people living in and around Longwarry to come along and have a chat with Councillors and members of the Executive team about matters affecting their community.
Longwarry Council pop-up
- When: 3.00pm - 7.00pm on Tuesday 18 June
- Where: Longwarry Hall, 14 Kennedy Street
- No appointment needed.
Opening times have been extended into the evening to be more flexible around resident’s school and work commitments.
Council pop-up is a rural outreach program which aims to increase Council’s presence in a range of areas across the municipality, particularly those further from major townships.
Later in the year the program will also travel to Neerim, Willow Grove and Rawson. Residents in these communities will be able to drop-in, ask questions, share ideas and provide their valuable feedback to Council.
Quotes attributable to Mayor Cr Mikaela Power
“Conversations with our community are one of the most important things we can do. We want to hear how Council can make a difference to Longwarry and surrounds. We hope to see you there!”
Quotes attributable to West Ward Cr Keith Cook
“I highly encourage residents to come along and have a chat with us. We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas, as well as talk through any local issues important to you.”
Quotes attributable to West Ward Cr Tricia Jones
“Bringing Council to the people allow us to reach a significantly larger and more diverse audience. I invite everyone living in and around Longwarry to come along, have a chat and share a cuppa. We’d love to hear from you!”
Quotes attributable to West Cr Jessica O’Donnell
“This is a great opportunity to have a chat with us, face to face about the issues that matter most to you. Being in your town and having the ability to see what is happening on the ground, gives us great insights into what is needed and how we best help you. We’d love to hear your suggestions and ideas.”
Image: From left Cr Tricia Jones, Cr Keith Cook, Baw Baw Shire Council Mayor Cr Mikaela Power and Cr Jessica O'Donnell.