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Published on 12 January 2021
Welcome to 2021! I hope everyone had a fantastic festive period and I hope 2021 brings our good health and happiness for our community.
In the lead up to Christmas, Council released its Draft Communications and Engagement Strategy 2021-2022 and Draft Communication and Engagement Policy.
This is our opportunity to re-assess, re-invigorate and refresh the way Council engages and communicates with you - our community.
It’s so important that we get it right and so we’d love you to take the time to provide us with feedback either in-person or online. Our remaining in-person sessions are detailed below:
You can also provide feedback via our online survey at www.centralgoldfields.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Council’s Community Engagement team on 0457 604 202.
We’re also inviting our community to provide input into the Central Goldfields Shire Positive Ageing Strategy. This is so we can ensure we deliver services that support our older residents to age healthily, feel connected and enjoy an age-friendly community.
Find out more at www.centralgoldfields.vic.gov.au.haveyoursay Feedback can also be provided via phone or email to Council’s Manager Community Services Veronica Hutcheson by phone 0407 946 465 or email VeronicaH@cgoldshire.vic.gov.au
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Central Goldfields Shire Council acknowledges the ancestors and descendants of the Dja Dja Wurrung. We acknowledge that their forebears are the Traditional Owners of the area we are on and have been for many thousands of years. The Djaara have performed age old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal. We acknowledge their living culture and their unique role in the life of this region.