Bulahdelah raises concerns over local issues in Community Conversations

A community conversation underway in Bulahdelah.

BULAHDELAH community members recently had the opportunity to engage with MidCoast Council on what is happening in the area and ask questions about local issues.

These ‘conversations’ provide an overview of the projects and initiatives that Council has planned over the coming twelve months and are being held at fifteen locations in the MidCoast local government area (LGA).

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The conversations also provide the opportunity for communities to raise issues of local concern.

Major topics include Council’s long term financial sustainability, the introduction of a single Local Environmental Plan for the MidCoast, and how to have your say on Council’s Community Strategic Plan, the Delivery Program and Operational Plan.

In Bulahdelah local issues raised included IT data security, the future of the Bulahdelah pool, the construction of shade sails in public recreation areas, future use of the tennis courts, plans for EV charging stations, drainage issues and crown lands management to mention just a few.

Members of the public are encouraged to engage with Council staff at these sessions.

Deputy Mayor of MidCoast Council Alan Tickle said, “We are hoping to get out to our communities as much as possible during this year.

“We want to tell them what is going on and find out what are the local issues and tell them how we can address them.”

Upcoming conversations in our readership area include Stroud on 16 May and Hawks Nest on 6 June.

For further information about these conversations visit www.midcoast.nsw,gov.au/Get-involved/Things-to-do/Community-Conversations-2024.


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