Community Advisory Committee

Aim

The purpose of this Committee is to develop strategies for consideration by Council in relation to its budget and strategic planning processes in the following areas:

Arts - promotion
City safe - promotion of a safe and welcoming environment
Grant funding - community grants, events and donations
History - preservation and promotion
Multiculturalism - services required
Recreation - facilities sharing, future requirements
Tourism - promotion
Youth - activities and services required

The Community Advisory Committee has a Terms Of Reference.

Committee Membership

Membership of the committee is appointed by Council.

The committee shall consist of ten voting members, being two Elected Members and eight independent community members who demonstrate wide ranging interests and a passion for the Council area.

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Community Advisory Committee EOI

Passionate people wanting to make a difference in their community are being encouraged to consider a role on Council’s Community Advisory Committee (CAC).

Committee members should demonstrate wide ranging community development interests and a passion for the Rural City of Murray Bridge.

The role of the committee is to help develop strategies for consideration by Council, including a range of actions to increase community engagement opportunities.

The committee consists of ten voting members appointed by Council: two Elected Members, one Youth Advisory Committee Member and seven independent community members who demonstrate wide ranging interests and a passion for the Council area. The Mayor is an ex officio member.

Available positions are voluntary and require attendance at either day or evening meetings held at least quarterly.

A copy of the Committee’s Terms of Reference is available at the Council office and on the Council website.

Applications should be forwarded to the Chief Executive Officer, Rural City of Murray Bridge, PO Box 421, Murray Bridge SA 5253  or by email to council@murraybridge.sa.gov.au by close of business on Friday 28 August 2020.

For further details please contact Mr Budarick on 85391428.

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