Time running out for Sanctuary Point residents to have their say
December 15, 2011
Shoalhaven City Council is encouraging Sanctuary Point residents to have their say on the future direction of the area as part of a community survey closing this Friday 16 December.
Produced in conjunction with the Sanctuary Point Community Pride Group, the survey is seeking feedback from residents on what improvements they would like to see made to the area.
Some of the issues raised in the survey include potential improvements to Council managed land including all parks, foreshore reserves, road reserves as well as feedback on recent Council resolutions approving the implementation of a district skate park and security cameras located within Francis Ryan Oval.
Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Paul Green said the survey results will be used in the development of strategic actions for long term planning in the area.
“This survey represents a wonderful opportunity for Sanctuary Point residents to have their say on the long term direction of their community,” said Clr Green.
“Council, along with the Sanctuary Point Community Pride Group, is seeking feedback from residents focussing on any improvements the community feel need to be made to the area.
“Council has so far received over 100 responses but with time running out I would encourage all local residents to take the opportunity to have their say on the future direction of their town.”
The survey can be collected from local business located in the Sanctuary Point shopping area and can also be completed online at Council’s website.