Mallee residents will have the chance to help shape the future of the region at the Mallee Regional Partnership’s next Regional Assembly in Swan Hill on June 29.
Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford urged people living, working and studying in the Mallee to share their thoughts and provide ideas about local challenges that affect the government portfolio.
“People from all over the Mallee region flocked to our Regional Assembly last December.
“We want to hear your voice, ideas and suggestions into what locals really need,” she said.
The event will bring together the public, Members of Parliament, business and community leaders to discuss priorities for the region.
Key regional priorities have already been identified by Mallee locals, including small town futures, health and well-being, food and water, education and training, lifestyle and tourism as top priorities for further community discussion.
The latest Victorian budget will also be up for discussion at the forum, including announcements that relate to the region.
To register or get involved in the conversation visit www.engage.vic.gov.au/mallee.