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Baw Baw Shire Council comes for pop-up session at Labertouche in September
Baw Baw Shire Council is heading to Labertouche on Thursday 7 October for a Council Pop-up session, all residents are invited to come along and speak to their Councillors and senior Council team members about the issues that matter to them.
By visiting people where they live, the Council Pop-up program aims to make it easier for residents in areas further from major townships to engage directly with Council. It's a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with Councillors and staff to share ideas, raise concerns, or ask questions.
Baw Baw Shire Council is heading to Labertouche on Thursday 2 September for a Council Pop-up session
- Labertouche Council Pop-up
- When: 4.00pm to 6.00pm on Thursday 7 October
- Where: Labertouche Hall, 440 Labertouche Road, Labertouche
Subject to COVID restrictions
Please note that Council Pop-ups will be subject to current COVID restrictions. Physical distancing measures will be in place. No appointments are required, however, attendees will need to provide contact details on arrival. The next Council Pop-up in the program is planned for Noojee on 4 November 2021. Stay tuned for details.
Mayor Cr Danny Goss said, "I'd like to personally invite all residents in Labertouche to come along and have a chat with us on the 2nd of September. Positive or negative, your feedback helps us make better informed decisions. If there's an issue that's on your mind, we'd love the chance to hear about it and discuss it with you."
West Ward Cr Tricia Jones said, "We're committed to making the Council more accessible to our residents than ever before. That's what these sessions are all about. Please come along and share a cuppa and a chat - my fellow Councillors and I are here to listen to you."
West Ward Cr Keith Cook said, "The candid conversations we have with people at these sessions are so valuable. They are a real opportunity to dig into specifics with residents and hear the substance of their views, ideas and concerns. From a Council perspective, the insights we get are pure gold. I encourage all interested locals from the Labertouche area to take part."
Pictures from Baw Baw Shire Council website.
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