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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Expertise wanted for Council advisory committees

Applications are invited from members of the community to join Eurobodalla Council’s advisory committees for the 2022-2024 term.

Residents with expertise and experience relevant to coastal management, disability inclusion, Aboriginal community representation, heritage, and public art, are encouraged to apply. Each committee has at least one councillor as a member.

Mayor Mathew Hatcher said councillors want to tap into Eurobodalla’s vast skillset.

“These committees serve as Council’s panel of experts. They review policies and plans in development, give staff feedback and advice on big projects, and share their ideas for the future,” he said.

“Eurobodalla has such a diverse mix of people with varied and accomplished backgrounds, and we want to bring those skills to our table. I encourage residents with relevant expertise to apply. Let’s learn from each other.”

Advisory committees typically meet four times a year at the Council Chamber in Moruya. The committees are:

  • Aboriginal Advisory Committee

  • Coastal and Environmental Management Advisory Committee

  • Disability Inclusion Advisory Committee

  • Heritage Advisory Committee

  • Public Art Advisory Committee

Head to Council’s website for information on your committee of interest, including the terms of reference and the online application form.

Applications close 8pm Sunday 27 March 2022.

For more information, or for help with the application process, please contact Council’s executive services team on 4474 1005.

Above: Know a thing or two about public art? How about coastal management, or heritage? These skills and more are wanted for Eurobodalla Council’s advisory committees, now calling for applications.


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