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Community Matters program bringing your councillors to you

Your councillors are coming to you, in your community regularly throughout the year as part of Ipswich City Council’s Community Matters program.

The program provides an opportunity for residents to engage with councillors and discuss important issues in their area, provide feedback on projects and have a say about community engagement initiatives council is undertaking.

Division 4 Councillor Kate Kunzelmann said this is a great opportunity to meet and greet your councillors as well as provide feedback about community matters in your area.

“I would encourage our community members to come down and meet us and tell us about important issues in your area,” Cr Kunzelmann said.

“It’s also your opportunity to provide feedback to us directly and have a say about community initiatives council is undertaking in your area.”

Division 4 Councillor Russell Milligan said he is looking forward to meeting more of the community in Division 4 and discussing important issues as a community.

“I look forward to meeting community members from across the division and hearing about issues which affect you in your area,” Cr Milligan said.

“This is an opportunity to provide your ideas direct to us and tell how you’d like us to improve our community.”

You can meet the Division 4 Councillors at the following locations:

  • Walloon CWA Hall Monday 31 May at 3.30pm
  • Karalee Shopping Centre Thursday 3 June 3.30pm
  • Brassall Shopping Centre Monday 21 June at 10am
  • Rosewood Library Saturday 3 July at 9am
  • Yamanto Shopping Centre Tuesday 13 July at 10am

For more information about Community Matters – Catch up with your councillors, click here.

Read also:

>>> Community Matters program bringing your councillors to you Division 1

>>> Community Matters program bringing your councillors to you Division 2

>>> Community Matters program bringing your councillors to you Division 3

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