|4 October 2017
The community of Nangwarry is invited to contribute their ideas about the future of its township through the development of a ten year plan for the town.
Council representatives will facilitate a meeting on Wednesday the 18th of October 2017 in the Nangwarry Community Hall, the aim of which will be to gather information for inclusion in a Plan to be driven by the community.
“Developing a plan will enable the community to present their future vision for the town and to identify strategic projects and initiatives to be progressed over the ensuing ten years” Director Development Services, Steve Chapple said.
"Council is working through a process of developing Ten Year Community Town plans for each of the townships within its boundaries" he added. “Community Town Plans have been completed for the townships of Penola, Coonawarra and Millicent, with Rendelsham, Beachport and Southend currently in draft stages. The focus is now on the community of Nangwarry."
Running from 6.00 to 8.30 pm this initial meeting will help develop a future vision statement for the township; to highlight what makes Nangwarry unique; and to identify potential opportunities for the future.
Those in attendance will examine subjects including assets and infrastructure needed for the township; marketing and promotional opportunities including the use of social media; and what events or celebrations could be held to bring visitors to the area. There will also be the opportunity for them to provide their thoughts on social and community needs for the township for the next ten years.
Anyone seeking further information is encouraged to contact Council on 8733 0900 or visit www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/haveyoursay
For further information please contact:
Ben Gower, Chief Executive Officer
Telephone: (08) 8733 0900 or 0402 177 247