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The regular monthly Council Meeting was held at the Golden Plains Civic Centre in Bannockburn last night, Tuesday 29 June, with all Councillors in attendance. The meeting was open to members of the public and was livestreamed on Council’s YouTube page.
The 2021 Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey of Golden Plains Shire Council was formally received and noted at Council’s 29 June 2021 Meeting. The survey featured feedback from 400 local residents across a range of age groups and locations and was conducted in early 2021.
Golden Plains Shire Council is encouraging local young people to participate in the Golden Plains Youth Hub Community Reference Group, ensuring the voice of young people is considered in all decision-making and planning related to the Shire’s new Youth Space.
Golden Plains Shire Council invites community members of Smythesdale, Scarsdale and Linton to have their say on Northern Streetscapes Project at upcoming in-person engagement sessions.
Construction on the Golden Plains Youth Hub has officially started following today’s sod-turning event with Gayle Tierney MP, Senator Sarah Henderson, Golden Plains Shire Mayor Cr Helena Kirby and Bannockburn and District Grants Chair Cr Brett Cunningham.
Council is extending the submission period for its Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy Survey until 11.59pm, Wednesday 23 June.