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Open Fire : Latrobe council budgeting begins
Have your say on how the local council should be spending our money
By Emma Kae - 20th April 2001 - Back to News
Tell us your opinion See what others have saidPersons of Latrobe behold! The time has come to take a stand and have your say. As the city opens for annual budget preparation, so too do the windows of opportunity.
How do you think the council should be spending their money? The Latrobe community has been invited to voice suggestions and recommendations for the budgeting specifications.
Sharing your opinion helps to give the council perspective on what the area believes council focus should be on.
Do you have a suggestion for council? Why not have your say below, or contact the council individually. Working together, we each can make a difference.
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