Help rank the Camden Haven’s biggest issues

Member for Port Macquarie Leslie Williams. Photo: Sue Stephenson.

HOUSING, health, buses or behaviour; which issues bother you most?

These are just some of the suggested pressure points on the Member for Port Macquarie’s just-released 2024 Community Survey.

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“Whilst I have always had my ear to the ground when it comes to local issues, it is important to give people the opportunity to say exactly what matters most to them,” Leslie Williams said of the reason for the yearly survey.

Questions have been posted and are being dropped into letterboxes across the Camden Haven this week.

They can also be filled out online at

Residents are being asked to select the top four of ten pre-selected topics.

In addition to general social concerns, local priorities on the list include the intersection of Houston Mitchell Drive and the Pacific Highway, and a 24-hour police station for Laurieton.

“I will use the information provided to continue to advocate to the NSW Government so that we receive our fair share of funding when it comes to the provision of services and the delivery of infrastructure for the Port Macquarie electorate,” Mrs Williams said.

“If anyone in the community has any questions or concerns about state government issues they can contact my electorate office on”

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