More than 60 people turned out to have a say on development of a Local Economic Plan for the Shire, at the first of two public workshops.
Noosa Council Economic Development Officer Carolyn Bullen said residents who missed out had a further opportunity to contribute their ideas this Monday, 25 May, at the second workshop, to be held at The J.
“The forums are a great way for local business people, and anyone with an interest in Noosa’s economy, to offer suggestions on ways to support our local economy,” she said.
“It was great to see such a strong interest in the first workshop with more than 60 people putting forward ideas to be considered in a Local Economic Plan.”
The workshop heard from Michael Campbell of AEC Group who spoke about Noosa’s key economic indicators.
Ms Bullen said much of the discussion focused on developing future economic opportunities and identifying potential impediments.
“Other topics included how to avoid social disadvantage and how to respond to the rate of growth of different sectors of the economy, and to make the most of economic opportunities associated with Noosa’s Biosphere® status.
“Those who missed out on the first workshop are most welcome to come along on Monday,” Ms Bullen said.
Residents can also have a say by making a submission at Council’s Your Say Noosa website at http://yoursay.noosa.qld.gov.au
The workshop, on Monday, 25 May, will be held at The J, Noosa Drive, Noosa Junction, from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.
RSVP to (07) 5329 6108 or Carolyn.Bullen@noosa.qld.gov.au by noon Monday.
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