Baw Baw Shire Council’s next Council Pop-up session is heading to Seaview on Thursday 6 May. All residents are invited to come along and speak to their Councillors and senior Council team members about the issues that matter to them.
Council Pop-up is a rural outreach program that aims to increase Council’s presence in a range of areas across the municipality, particularly those further from major townships.
Seaview Council Pop-up
- When: 4.00pm – 6.00pm on Thursday 6 May
- Where: Seaview Mechanics’ Institute
Opening times have been extended into the evening to be more flexible around resident’s school and work commitments.
Later in the year the program will also travel to Yarragon, Labertouche and Noojee. Residents in these communities and surrounding areas will be able to drop-in and talk with Councillors and members of the Executive team about all matters affecting them and their community.
Quotes attributable to Mayor Cr Danny Goss
“We’re looking forward to meeting face-to-face with the Seaview community and finding out how we can best support them. This session is open to all residents and is a great chance for Council to get a first-hand understanding of what the issues and opportunities are for their district.”
Quotes attributable to Deputy Mayor and East Ward Cr Michael Leaney
“We welcome all residents from Seaview and the surrounding areas to drop into the session and chat with us. This is a great opportunity for Council to better understand any ideas you have or challenges you might be facing so we can better support you in the future.”
Quotes attributable to East Ward Cr Peter Kostos
“Council Pop-up sessions are a great chance to meet with community members in their local area and learn about what’s important to them. We want to make sure that regardless of where you live in Baw Baw Shire, your voices are heard and understood.”
Quotes attributable to East Ward Cr Darren Wallace
“This program is all about making Council more accessible to communities all over our Shire. Aside from Council Pop-up sessions, residents are more than welcome to contact us at any time to share any concerns or ideas they may have.”