Council makes waves in Canberra

Last month, Mornington Shire Council leaders visited Parliament House, Canberra for several high-level meetings regarding topics such as Service Delivery Reforms, Direct Funding and Social Housing

Mayor Bradley Wilson says “the meetings with the ministers were extremely positive and we are committed to working together to provide better outcomes for the residents of #Gununa“.

“Our community needs to be the voice that determines what is delivered on the ground and to have ministers support our vision is a great achievement for our region” Mayor Wilson adds

“As Mayor of the Mornington Shire, I can certainly say our meetings this week with Minister Scullion, Senator Dodson, Senator Hanson’s advisors and Senator Fifield’s advisors have strengthened our voice and our cause.”

“Together, we will steer our vision in the right direction for our community”

“We are working hard with all tiers of government to ensure our voices are heard”.

 

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