Due to the circuit-breaker lockdown imposed by the Victorian State Government, two Shire Vision 2041 Roadshows that would have taken place on Wednesday have been postponed.
However, the Shire Vision 2041 project is still very much on track and these community engagement sessions will be rescheduled for a date when we can all meet again face-to-face.
In the meantime, the closing date for the online survey has been extended to midnight on 28 February so you have more opportunity to shape the future of our region.
Northern Grampians Shire Mayor, Murray Emerson, said it was a shame the roadshow had to be postponed but the safety of the community was paramount.
“We had to make the decision to put off the last two Shire Vision 2041 Roadshow Sessions in Stawell and St Arnaud to comply with government directions and keep everyone safe,” he said.
“It is a real shame as we’ve had great turn-outs and input at our roadshow sessions last week so to lose that momentum is a bit disappointing.
“However, the Stawell and St Arnaud sessions will be rescheduled for as soon as we possibly can and I encourage everyone to jump online and fill out the survey so we can hear your thoughts about our region’s future.”
Residents interested in attending the new sessions in St Arnaud or Stawell can keep an eye on council’s website and social media for the announcement of new dates.