Community meetings in-person and online

Published on 23 April 2021

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Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council will update residents on a range of projects and initiatives, both online and in-person, at community meetings in Braidwood, Bungendore and Queanbeyan during May. 

Following online-only community meetings in 2020, Council is welcoming residents back to face-to-face meetings in 2021, however given the size of venues there are some restrictions on numbers. To ensure that all residents can still engage, Council will continue to provide online participation. 

“Even though the numbers of attendees will be restricted, it is fantastic to be able to have face-to-face community meetings again,” Mayor, Cr Tim Overall said.

“I look forward to hearing from the community and discussing our many projects in an open setting. We will also have Zoom participants in the meetings to reflect the blend of online and in person communication we are now accustomed to.”

The agendas are tailored to each community meeting and include time for Council presentations on general matters, local projects and questions from residents. Topics include the draft Operational Plan, Revenue Policy and Fees and Charges, Local Government Elections, Nerriga Road and the Bungendore Playground.

Online and face-to-face participants must register before attending the meetings. The Eventbrite for each location includes an in-person and online attendance option and the confirmation email will include either details about the in-person event or information about when the Zoom link will be sent for that location. Residents can also contact Council’s Communications team on 1300 735 025 for assistance with registering.

  • Bungendore    6-8pm   4 May       Council Chambers        bit.ly/BND4MAY
  • Braidwood       6-8pm 11 May       Servicemens Club        bit.ly/BWD11MAY
  • Queanbeyan   6-8pm 20 May       Council Chambers        bit.ly/QBN20MAY

 Members of the public are able submit agenda items for a specific meeting up until a week before the meeting by emailing communications@qprc.nsw.gov.au. For more information head to www.qprc.nsw.gov.au and search ‘community meetings’.

 

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