Council calls for passionate locals to join Community Advisory Committee

Wanted: The Community Advisory Committee requires passionate locals to join its ranks. Photo - supplied
Wanted: The Community Advisory Committee requires passionate locals to join its ranks. Photo - supplied

Community members who reside in the Rural City of Murray Bridge are being encouraged to apply for positions on the Community Advisory Committee.

The committee consists of 10 voting members who are nominated by council; two of which are elected members and the remaining eight are independent community members.

Council community services manager Reg Budarick said areas addressed by CAC included community grants, arts development, history preservation and promotion, multicultural services, sport and recreation, tourism, youth activities and services, community safety, social inclusion and street naming.

“The role of the committee is to help develop strategies for consideration by council, including a range of actions to increase community engagement opportunities,” he said.

Positions are voluntary and require attendance at either day or evening meetings held on a quarterly basis. To apply call the Rural City of Murray Bridge or visit the council’s website.

The role of the committee is to help develop strategies for consideration by Council,

Reg Budarick Manager of Community Services