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This article was published in Mirage News on 12 April 2021 Click here to read the full article

Griffith City Council Café is on the move.

This month you can catch up with Council on Monday, 19 April 2021 at the Alma Bamblett Centre from 8am to 12.30pm.

We want to hear ideas for Griffith’s future from those living in the area and anyone else who would like to attend. Residents are invited to come down to the Centre on Heath Crescent at Pioneer and give their feedback. What you share will help Council review the Community Strategic Plan (CSP). There will be assorted giveaways on offer so why not pop by, have a chat and help us ‘Imagine Griffith’.

Across from the centre, preparations will be underway for the Dave Taylor Park remediation, if residents have questions about the works, they can chat to staff or pick up a Community Factsheet with all the information.

Council’s Director Economic and Organisational Development, Shireen Donaldson said she hopes locals will come along to talk to Council officers.

“We’d love to hear from as many people as possible as we review our current Community Strategic Plan – Guiding Griffith 2040,” said Ms Donaldson.

“We have done some community consultation in regards to the remediation of Dave Taylor Park at Pioneer and as work is set to start on Monday, 19 April, we thought it would be a good idea to be out there in case residents have any questions and to get them involved in the review of our CSP.

“It’s important to Council that we hear from as many people as possible to ensure we have our priorities right.”

The remediation of the mound at Dave Taylor Park is the first stage of the Griffin Green – Affordable Housing project, a partnership between Griffith City Council and Argyle Community Housing, which will see 20 new affordable dwellings and approximately 45 new affordable housing lots created.

There will not be a Council Café at the Kiosk in Banna Avenue in April.

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