FoLGR reaches final stage

by Brighton Council

Whether we realise it or not, every one of us uses local government services every day. The Future of Local Government Review (FoLGR) commenced last year and was commissioned by the Tasma­nian Government. The aim of the review is to make sure local government is robust, capable and ready for the challenges and opportunities of the future. All Tasmanians will have an opportunity to have their voice heard in the Review, and your input is valued.

Currently in its third and final stage, focused on reform recommendations, the review will take approximately 18 months to complete. There’s a community meeting coming up in Sorell on Tuesday 7 Feb­ruary, from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the Sorell Memorial Hall, 47 Cole Street, Sorell. Anyone can attend and engage in the town hall style meeting.

To keep across the progress of the review head to the FoLGR website, which is regularly updated at www.futurelocal.tas.gov.au.

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