It's Time To Have Your Say On Griffith City Council's Budget

Public feedback wanted!


17 April 2018

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Griffith City Council is calling for public feedback on its draft budget after it was adopted at last week’s Council Meeting.

 

Griffith Mayor John Dal Broi invites residents to attend a public information session on Thursday 26 April, 5.30pm at Griffith City Library.

 

Cr Dal Broi said, as with previous budgets, the documents detail the resources required over the next year to fund the wide range of services provided to the community.

 

“It outlines where we plan to invest in infrastructure, buildings and operational assets, as well as funding proposals for a range of projects.”

- Cr Dal Broi

 

Cr Dal Broi is urging all community members to take a look and provide feedback.

 

“Our city is in an increasingly strong economic position and that’s due to solid growth and expansion of local industries”

- Cr Dal Broi

 

“The aim is to capitalise on our strong financial position so we can invest in large-scale infrastructure and capital projects in the coming years to enhance the lives of residents in Griffith and surrounding villages.”

- Cr Dal Broi

 

"I urge everyone to have a look at the draft budget to see if it meets their aspirations or not"

- Cr Dal Broi

 

The 2018/19 Budget provides $22.3million in capital works.

 

Significant projects to be undertaken by Council in the next 12 months include:

 

  • Enticknap Park makeover
  • Memorial Park upgrade
  • Yambil Street upgrade (part of the overall CBD project)
  • Village Pathways for Hanwood, Yenda and Yoogali
  • Southern Industrial Link – Stage 2b Thorne Road and Kidman Way intersection (commenced)
  • Skate Park relocation and renewal

 

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The draft plan can be viewed at Council Chambers, 1 Benerembah Street Griffith and the Griffith City Library or on Council’s website here 

 

Residents can make comment on the draft Delivery Program can do so in writing addressed to the General Manager, Griffith City Council by 4 pm, Friday 11 May 2018.

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