Residents of Panania will soon have the opportunity to have their say on local issues, with the next Council community Roadshow coming to Panania Village Market.
To be held on Saturday 10 March 2012, the Roadshow will provide residents with the opportunity to speak directly with the Mayor, Councillors and Council Staff about local services, as well as the chance raise concerns and issues.
“Following the success of the first Roadshow in Revesby, Council will now be visiting Panania as part of our Roadshow initiative," said the Mayor of Bankstown Clr Khal Asfour.
“Nothing can beat the traditional form of face to face communication, and the Roadshows are all about being more assessable to our residents - bringing Council to the people and our suburbs.
“Council is keen to hear from our residents, so I encourage you all to drop by one of the information stalls and discuss a range of issues, topics and services which directly affect you. "Anything we can do to make it more convenient for residents to provide Council with feedback is a bonus for our City, and the Roadshows are just a small part of Council’s commitment to be better connected with our residents," Mayor Asfour said.
As part of the Panania Roadshow session, Council will also be showcasing the planned town centre improvement works scheduled for Panania which will be rolled out over the next few years.
Council will also be promoting sustainable living on the day by providing residents with free environmental gift bags and native plants.
To find out more about the Roadshow community consultation sessions or more information about Council services go to www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au or contact Council's Customer Contact Centre on 9707 9999.