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Community hands works plan to Council

Pic: Community panel members Lee Coffey, Lewis Freer and Sunny Ridgway present City Mayor Ian Carpenter with a draft report after contributing four days over four weeks to the participatory budgeting process.
Pic: Community panel members Lee Coffey, Lewis Freer and Sunny Ridgway present City Mayor Ian Carpenter with a draft report after contributing four days over four weeks to the participatory budgeting process.

The City of Greater Geraldton Council’s last act of 2013 was to usher in a new era, with the official tabling of a draft report that will guide capital works and infrastructure planning in the city for the next ten years.

The 10 Year Capital Works Plan draft report was presented to Council at the last Ordinary Meeting of Council for the year, on Tuesday, December 17, by three members of a community panel which helped develop a new approach to council-community collaboration. Other members of the panel were on hand to witness their hard work reach the first step in the process.

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More information on community panels and the #changesCGGcommunity project here

 

More information on Participatory Budgeting here

 


 

Wonthella Skate Park Community Workshop a big sucess

Images_MC900444718_edited-1More than 30 young people attended the Wonthella Skate Park Community Worshop on 4 December 2013 to review the three draft concepts  to extend the existing skate park and provide their feedback on the designs.  Want to know what they had to say?

 

Read the report here

 


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What is 2029 and Beyond?

This is your city. You live and work here. We want to be sustainable into the future. We want you to take us there.

2029 and Beyond is about planning for the future of Geraldton and the region around it. There are a huge number of opportunities for our city at the moment. We need to start planning now so, that as our community grows, we can make the most of the opportunities but can also keep many of the things that we love about Geraldton.

Through the project the City of Greater Geraldton and its partners, will offer everyone a chance to take part in planning and collaboration to create the kind of healthy, sustainable and creative city region our community desires.

2029 and Beyond is a once in a generation opportunity: something very few other city regions have embarked upon.

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Our community is jointly creating a sustainable future for “2029 and beyond” overseen by the Alliance Governance Group and its chair, Mayor, Cr Ian Carpenter.

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