Council’s CEO Rebecca McKenzie and I recently met with local Labor, Liberal and Greens candidates from the Divisions of Higgins, Hotham, Goldstein and Macnamara to discuss Glen Eira’s future priorities in the lead up to the Federal Election on Saturday 18 May.
Glen Eira City Council is developing a Community Vision and we invite our community to join the conversation, sharing their aspiration of how they would like Glen Eira to look and feel like in the future. We want to hear from the many voices that make up our diverse community to create a Community Vision by the community for the community.
Glen Eira Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff said Council has already heard from more than 1,200 community members on their future aspirations for Glen Eira.
“Don’t miss out on the opportunity to make your voice count. We want to hear about the important things in your life that will support a positive future for you, your family, friends and your local community,” Cr Esakoff said.
You can join the conversation at the following community locations and events.
Glenhuntly Road Shopping Centre — Glen Huntly (near Woolworths)
Thursday 5 December, 10am–1pm
Carnegie Library and Community Centre — StoryTime
Friday 6 December, 11am–2pm
Boroon Reserve, Glen Huntly
Saturday 7 December, 11am–2pm
Bentleigh Hodgsons Reserve — Carols in the Park
Saturday 14 December, 4.30pm–8.30pm
Caulfield Park — Chanukah in the Park
Sunday 22 December, 4.30pm–8pm
For further information, updates and to have your say, visit www.haveyoursaygleneira.com.au/community-vision