Council seeks community representative for advisory group

Burdekin Shire Council is calling for nominations for a community representative on the Burdekin Cultural Complex Advisory Group.

Community Development Manager Tony Vaccaro said Council was creating the group to ensure community interests were considered in any decisions made about the use of the Burdekin Theatre in Ayr and the Burdekin Memorial Hall in Home Hill.

“We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about the theatre and is open to new ideas,” he said.

“The advisory group will open the lines of communication between Council and the community allowing information and ideas to flow in both directions.

“This is an exciting opportunity to become part of Council’s plans to create a Community Hub which will include the theatre, library and surrounds.”

The Cultural Complex Advisory Group will consist of seven members comprising two Councillors, Friends of the Theatre representative, Memorial Hall Committee representative, community representative, Community Development Manager and the Community Hub Transition Coordinator.

Nomination forms are available from Council’s Customer Service Centre or online at www.burdekin.qld.gov.au using the link below.

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Nominations close at 5pm on Friday, May 22.

 

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