Ratepayers Get Opportunity to Learn About Council Services
Cr Russell Green will be guest speaker at a community forum to discuss the diverse services provided by Council. Organised by the Noosa Residents and Ratepayers Association, the meeting will give ratepayers a chance to discover more about where their rates dollars go, outcomes of current community consultation projects and how to communicate effectively with Council.
Acting NRRA President, Tony Haslam suggests “for the group and the community to be successful in advocacy for the retention of Noosa values and value for money for our rates, we need to have a continuing dialogue with our Councillors and a better understanding of what Council is doing on our behalf.”
NRRA is keen to support small local groups and individuals to become more effective in their dealings with Council and this forum aims to provide them with the opportunity to get a better understanding of both the range and diversity of programs Council is implementing and how best to approach Council on issues of importance to them.
This is the last in a series of forums organised by NRRA as part of the group’s Council funded ‘Community Aware’ project, following on from the successful Disaster Preparedness forum in Tewantin.
All interested residents and ratepayers are invited to meet Cr Green and participate in the forum to be held Tuesday, May 31st from 5:45pm (registration from 5.30pm) at the Good Shepherd Lutheran College theatrette building, off Eumundi Rd, Noosaville.
Questions can be submitted in advance and RSVP to: email@example.com.
For more information visit: www.noosaratepayers.org.au
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