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Latrobe City Council announces community representatives for safety committee
Council announcing the representative of the new community safety committee.
Latrobe City Council is proud to announce the community representatives on the Latrobe City Community Safety Advisory Committee. The new Committee will build and maintain strategic partnerships to increase community safety in Latrobe City.
Latrobe City Council had sought out community representatives to join the newly established Latrobe City Community Safety Committee
Maintaining strategic partnership
The Committee will consist of stakeholders from around the municipality, including Victoria Police, Department of Justice and Community Safety, Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Latrobe City Buslines, V/Line and businesses.
Announcing the community representatives
After recruiting community representatives, Council is pleased to announce Peter Gray and Victor DeBeer will respectfully represent the community as a general resident and one that resides outside a major town.
"We would like to thank all those people who applied or sought interest and look forward to the first meeting of the Committee in late August," Council Mayor, Cr Sharon Gibson said.
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