Council pop-ups session in Mount Druitt

Published on 26 October 2018

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Residents will be given another chance to have their say at a weekend pop-up information session with Councillors.

Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP says addressing residents and ratepayers concerns on the spot is one of the most effective ways to engage with the community.

“The pop-up sessions have proven to be a very popular new initiative, with residents raising their concerns in a casual environment at their convenience,” Mayor Bali said.

He said Council has held two pop-up sessions across Blacktown this year and they have been invaluable in providing important feedback to Council.

“Next Saturday’s pop-up session at Westfield Mount Druitt will be a chance to meet with me and my fellow Councillors and  Council Officers to answer your questions and concerns,” Mayor Bali said.

Council will continue to host evening Community Forums, with one more planned for this year.

“We want as many people as possible to have “Your Say”.

“With my fellow Councillors, I look forward to spending the afternoon with you and listening to your concerns,” Mayor Bali said.

Details:
Day:     Saturday
Date:    3 November  2018
Time:   1 pm to 3 pm
Venue: Westfield Mount Druitt, Carlise Avenue Mount Druitt (outside Specsavers)