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Advancing Eurobodalla: have your say on economic growth strategy

Eurobodalla Council is asking the community to provide feedback about a new economic growth and development strategy.

Called Advancing Eurobodalla, the draft strategy and action plan outlines how Eurobodalla can secure the right kind of economic growth and who can help achieve it.

The documents have been developed by Council with the assistance of key stakeholders across a range of local industries and with input from representatives of the NSW and Australian Governments.

“Council appreciates the effort many local business people and others have already put into the development of the draft strategy,” said Mayor Liz Innes.

“I now encourage anyone with an interest in the growth of our shire to read the draft strategy and action plan and let us know what you think.

“The draft Strategy is not just about what Council can do to deliver economic growth and development. The proposed actions address what all stakeholders can do, including actions for NSW and Australian Government agencies, local business chambers, service providers, land owners and community members.

“We’ve drafted a comprehensive action plan that looks at practical ways to stimulate the economy - everything from B-double heavy vehicle access to pursuing relocation of government departments.”

“I particularly encourage local business owners and service providers to take some time out of their busy day to comment.”

The draft strategy and action plan can now be viewed on Council’s website and copies are available in Narooma, Moruya and Batemans Bay libraries and at the Moruya Customer Service Centre.

Submissions can be made until 4 August 2017 by letter or email to Council or by using the online feedback form. Media Release

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