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GRCCC seeks community consultation on Georges River management study

Posted 19 April 2011 by (Hurstville News)

The Georges River Combined Council’s Committee (GRCCC) is hosting a community forum on the 24th of May at Club Central, Hurstville. The public forum is open to anyone interested in providing input to the Georges River Estuary Management Plan.
The forum will outline the estuary management planning process and how the Estuary Management Plan can be used to develop management actions to maintain and improve the Georges River Estuary.
This community forum will provide an opportunity for participants to provide feedback on the aims and objectives of the EMP, and to contribute their views on the potential management actions and options that the EMP should consider. The community workshop will be held at Club Central, Hurstville on the 24th of May from 7pm until 9:30 pm and light refreshments will be provided.
The GRCCC is an incorporated association of nine local government councils working in partnership with state and federal government agencies and community representatives within the Georges River catchment. It represents local government in the Georges River Catchment of NSW. Member councils include Rockdale City, Sutherland Shire, Kogarah City, Hurstville City, Bankstown City, Liverpool City, Fairfield City, Campbelltown City and Wollondilly Shire councils.
Places at the workshop are available but limited, and participants are asked to register their intent to attend with the GRCCC by contacting David Kuhn at 9330 6010 or dkuhn@hurstville.nsw.gov.au .
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Media Enquiries:
David Kuhn, GRCCC at 9330 6010.