Break O'Day 10-year-plan development kicks off

COMMUNITY-DRIVEN: Break O'Day Council is calling on residents to submit their ideas and aspirations for the region during a series of community workshops to be held early next month.
COMMUNITY-DRIVEN: Break O'Day Council is calling on residents to submit their ideas and aspirations for the region during a series of community workshops to be held early next month.

Break O’Day Council is calling for residents to have their say on the region’s future as the development of a 10-year strategic plan for the municipality gets under way. 

The council will host a series of 10 community conversation workshops from April 3 to 7, all of which will be run by an independent facilitator.

Break O’Day mayor Mick Tucker said the sessions would help shape future planning in the region and would be followed by a community survey.

“We really hope that as many community members as possible will (take) the opportunity to participate and help council plan for a better future for our entire region,” Cr Tucker said.

Workshop dates and times are listed on the council’s Facebook page.