Council wants to hear from you

GETTING to have your say is important.

The Richmond Valley Council has invited residents and ratepayers to come along to a series of community discussion sessions.

“We want to hear what the community values the most,” general manager Brian Wilkinson said.

At the sessions, the community can tell the council what its priorities for the next 10 years should be.

The information gathered will be used to develop the council's Forward Community Strategic Plan.

The first session will be for businesses and government agencies.

It will be held on Monday, October 26, at 11.30am, at the Casino RSM Club, followed by a session open to the broader community at Coraki Conference Centre at 6pm.

The following day, another open session will be held at the Casino RSM Club, at 6pm. On Wednesday, October 28, there will be a session at Rappville Hall at 6pm, with a final session at Evans River K-12 School in the auditorium at 6pm.



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