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Drouin community invited to chat at Baw Baw Shire council pop-up at market on 17 September 2022
Baw Baw Shire Council will be popping up at the Drouin Craft and Produce Market held at Civic Park on Saturday 17 September.
Community members are invited to come along and chat with councillors and senior council officers, share ideas and discuss the issues that matter most to them, all while exploring the goodies on offer at the market. The pop-up session also provides a chance for the community to learn more about the projects council is currently undertaking, find out more about the upcoming events such as Live At The Park and get involved with consultation opportunities including council's draft Memorials Policy.
All residents are invited to come along and meet with councillors and the Baw Baw Shire team and share their ideas on council pop-up at Drouin market
Council's pop-up program is back. Join the councillors and senior council staff as they visit towns across the Shire.
Council Pop-up, Drouin
- When: 8am - 12:30pm on Saturday 17 September
- Where: Drouin Craft and Produce Market - Civic Park, Drouin
For more information, including times and venues of future pop-ups as they are confirmed, go to Council Pop-up Program.
Hearing from the community
Mayor Cr Michael Leaney said, "Council's pop-up program is one of the best ways for councillors and officers to get out in the community and hear directly from you."
"We have some exciting projects in the works that may be of interest to our Drouin and surrounding areas residents, so I do encourage you to come by, have a chat and also explore the market." Cr Leaney concluded.
Pictures from Baw Baw Shire Council website.
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