The Port Lincoln City Council have released their Draft Annual Business Plan for 2019 /2020 and are looking for community feedback on the plan.
Community feedback will assist council to determine the priorities for the coming financial year, with a strong focus on the proposed new and upgraded capital projects and current initiatives.
The council will also be holding two public forums on Wednesday 5th June at the Rotary Gallery Nautilus Arts Centre at 2.30pm and 6pm.
The forums aim to provide an opportunity for the public to receive information and ask any questions they may have regarding the draft business plan.
Members of the public also have the opportunity to make verbal submissions at the Ordinary Council meeting on Monday 17 June 2019 at 6.30pm in the Port Lincoln Council Chambers.
Planning already undertaken for 2019/2020 has identified a number of significant projects:
Completion of the Port Lincoln Leisure Centre Expansion Project, funded through a Commonwealth
Community Development Grant $1,382,000 (2019/2020);
Liverpool Street Stormwater Works - Pump Station Upgrade $3,113,000 (2019/2020);
Development of a Dog Park $100,000;
Construction of a new Toilet Block in Lincoln South $75,000;
Road Reseal works of $550,000 per year, and planned to continue over the next ten year period;
Completion of Parnkalla Trail Wharf Precinct $700,000 (2019/2020);
Repairs to the Town Jetty $150,000.
Port Lincoln Mayor Brad Flaherty says, council’s priority for the year is developing a new Vision for the City that will focus on sustainability, growth, economic activity and long term prosperity and he encourages everyone to get involved.
Locals can view the draft plan at the council website and provide feedback between the May 24th to June 21st.
www.portlincoln.sa.gov.au and Port Lincoln Library.