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Murray Bridge’s council has drafted two plans that will guide it through to 2032.Murray Bridge’s council has its eyes on the future.
After three months’consultation and 3500 comments, the council has drafted a community plan to guide it until 2032, and a strategic plan that breaks down actions needed within five years.
The community planenvisions greater riverfront access, more education options and jobs, and an invigorated business sector connected to national and international markets.
The strategic planprioritises improved town entrances such as Adelaide Road, enhanced parks and recreational spaces, tourism,and morecommunity involvement in decision-making.
“We think we have pinpointed our community needs, priorities and aspirations for the next 16 years,” Mr Lewis said.
At the council’s meeting last week, Councillor Airlie Keen commended the relatively few members of the public who took the time to attend meetings and contribute to the plans.
“There were only four to six people at some events, and while there was quality feedback we didn’t have the quantity,” she said.
“I’d encourage people to get involved through online forums.”
Read the plansat the Murray Bridge library, council office or 梧桐夜网murraybridge.sa.gov419论坛.To have your say, visit letstalk.murraybridge.sa.gov419论坛 or write to PO Box 241, Murray Bridge SA 5253 before 4.45pm on December 18.A public meeting will also be held at the council office at 5.30pm on December 7.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.
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