Town collects views

Taylar AmoniniNorth West Telegraph

Hedlanders will have the chance to have their say on the future of Port Hedland as the Town begins a month-long community consultation campaign.

The Town of Port Hedland is beginning the full review process for the 10-year Strategic Community Plan and are inviting input from residents.

The Live It, Tell It Campaign aims to reflect the whole community’s aspirations and priorities through activities over the course of the month.

Mayor Camilo Blanco encouraged everyone to participate as it was important for the future design of the Town.

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“This process forms a part of the State Government’s planning and reporting requirements and is pivotal in helping shape our future strategic direction,” he said.

“It’s vital that we gain input from as many people as we can and develop plans that reflect the aspirations and priorities of our community.”

Mayor Camilo Blanco, who has been vocal on his desire to “tackle the big issues”, said the Strategic Community Plan was also about highlighting core services of the town and their improvement.

The Town will host community engagement events as and an online survey which can be found at www.porthedland.wa.gov.au/our-community/community/liveittellit.aspx.

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