Council’s Draft Community Strategic Plan 2027 sets out the long term aspirations of the Narromine Shire Community and following adoption at the
March Ordinary Meeting of Council, has been placed on public exhibition.
Extensive community consultation was carried out during December 2016 comprising three community workshops, two pop-up shops, business and tourism summits
and industry forums, across Narromine, Trangie and Tomingley, targeting key areas such as business, education, aged care, seniors, youth, tourism,
disability and health. A survey, with a reply paid envelope, was mailed out to every household in the Shire and media releases circulated, encouraging
residents to have their say, via Council’s website.
“Council is now seeking the feedback of the community to make sure that we have got it right” stated Mayor, Cr Craig Davies. “The Community Strategic Plan
is the highest level plan that a Council will prepare and the purpose of the Plan is to identify the community’s main priorities which once adopted,
the allocation of budget and resources will then be developed to enable these to happen” he added.
Council’s Draft Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2017 – 2021 aims to ensure that Council’s services, facilities and programs are inclusive and
meet the needs of people with disability.
“I commend both these draft plans to you and encourage all members of the community to provide their comments to assist Councillors in their role” Cr Davies
The Community Strategic Plan and Disability Inclusion Action Plan are on exhibition for public comment until 14 April 2017. Copies of the documents are available on Council’s website http://www.narromine.nsw.gov.au/council/public-exhibition; at Council’s offices; the Narromine and Trangie Libraries; and the BP station in Tomingley. Submissions may be addressed to the General Manager and posted to PO Box 115, Narromine or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information can be obtained by phoning Council on 6889 9999.
Media Contacts: Cr Craig Davies, Mayor 0419 438 422
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