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South Gippsland Shire Council encourages community to help shape projects and services with 'Your say South Gippsland' online service
Your Say South Gippsland is a one-stop shop for all Council feedback opportunities goes live!
The platform gives you opportunities to shape Council projects and services. Your feedback will make an impact on the region. Community members are encouraged to register for the platform to receive regular updates on projects and when new opportunities are available.
Your Say South Gippsland gives you the opportunity to shape Council projects and services, your feedback will make an impact on our region
Your Say South Gippsland gives community members the opportunity to shape council projects and services. The 'have your say' has been designed as the source for all council engagement projects - so community members can register once for all upcoming opportunities.
Community engagement activities like 'have your say', can be scaled to an appropriate level according to the number of those potentially affected and the resources available. Members of the community are encouraged to register for the platform to receive regular updates on projects and when new opportunities are available.
Community members can register and access the community engagements through 'Your say South Gippsland' website.
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