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How do I make comment on the Concept Plan?
Council’s concept plan for redevelopment of Jacaranda Park is on public exhibition for 30 days until 4pm, October 23, 2017.
Written submissions are invited and are to be addressed to the General Manager Clarence Valley Council, Locked Bag 23 Grafton NSW 2460 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions must be clearly marked ‘Concept Plan for Redevelopment of Jacaranda Park’.
For further information, contact Gavin Beveridge on 6640 3500 or email email@example.comWe also encourage community groups to have their say, so if you're a member of a community organisation, pass the word around and get people to share their comments.
Will all public suggestions be incorporated into the Concept Plan?
The simplest answer is - it depends... on available funding, resources and how many other people in the community agree with the suggestion.
It's fair to say that all suggestions will be considered and those with merit implemented - but some suggestions are likely to be beyond the capabilities of Council, other levels of government, or the community to deliver. However, that should not stop people making suggestions.
How can I get feedback?
People can keep informed by clicking on "subscribe" from the front of this page.
What is meant by a regional playground?
“Regional Playground” means a playground that services a region or portion of local government planning area, most users would drive more than 30 minutes to get there and are usually located within regional parks which have a high carrying capacity. These large sized playgrounds offer a range of activities for all ages and maximum infrastructure and are designed as a one off park and play environment with a high level of landscaping, public art and supporting facilities(shade, seats, picnic tables, bins, public toilets, drinking fountains, BBQ’s, lighting). Most facilities within the park will be fully accessible, with hold times of greater than 60 minutes.
Who will benefit from the project?
Can I ask Council for assistance, services or request repairs from this community engagement site?