Public Consultation

Mannum Institute - Community Land Management Plan

Notice is hereby given that Mid Murray Council has prepared a Management Plan for its land located at 47 Randell Street, Mannum known as the Mannum Institute.

To view the proposed Community Land Management Plan click here.

Written submissions may be sent to the Chief Executive Officer no later than 5:00pm 16 October 2020.  Council will consider all submissions received. Persons making a submission should indicate whether they wish to address Council by way of a deputation.

For more information, contact Executive Assistant People and Culture, Vicki Bell-Booth on 8569 0100 or email postbox@mid-murray.sa.gov.au.

Ben Scales
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Proposed Lease - Tungkillo Hall & Tennis Courts

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 202 of the Local Government Act 1999 and in accordance with Council’s Public Consultation Policy, that Mid Murray Council is considering granting a 21 year + 21 year lease for community land located at 10 & 12 Brinkworth Road, Tungkillo and known as the Tungkillo Hall & Tennis Courts.

The draft lease is available for inspection – click here

Written submissions may be sent to the Chief Executive Officer no later than 5:00pm 15 October 2020. Council will consider all submissions received by the due date.

For more information contact Executive Assistant People and Culture, Vicki Bell-Booth on 8569 0100 or email postbox@mid-murray.sa.gov.au.

Ben Scales
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Our Plan 2020-24 – Have your say

Mid Murray Council is preparing a new Strategic Plan to guide the region’s development and decision-making over the next four years.

Our Plan 2020-24 will be a key instrument for the delivery of programs and services to the community and the long-term financial sustainability of Council.

Community input into the creation of the plan is vital. Council has already conducted Stage 1 of consultation on the high-level themes of the plan. Stage 2 of consultation is now open, seeking feedback on the detail of how Council will deliver the plan.

Five draft themes were developed by staff and endorsed by Council’s Elected Members. These include:

  • Our Lifestyle,
  • Our Business,
  • Our Community,
  • Our Growth; and
  • Our Environment.

Focus Areas and Goals were developed within each of these areas and the community provided feedback on these during Stage 1 of public consultation.

This feedback has been used by Council staff and Elected Members to further develop the draft Our Plan 2020-24.

Stage 2

The latest draft of Our Plan 2020-24 now includes more details, with key activities proposed for each strategic goal. These activities are the actions Council plans to undertake to achieve each strategic goal. Draft measures have also been set to measure whether Council’s activities have been successful over time. Council has also drafted purpose and ambition statements, which will guide the work of Council and set the long-term vision for our region.

Have your say

The Mid Murray community is invited to provide feedback on the proposed purpose, ambition, key activities and measures in Stage 2 of community consultation.

Consultation runs from Monday, 14 September until 5pm on Friday, 9 October.

You can read the latest version of the draft Our Plan 2020-24 in our Stage 2 Consultation Guide here

Online surveys have been developed for the overall project, and for each of the five theme areas. You can complete the surveys online by following the links below.

In addition, workshops will be held in the following locations to provide the opportunity for the community to provide face-to-face feedback from 6.30-8.30pm:

  • Mannum – Tuesday, 29 September, Mannum Football Club
  • Adelaide – Wednesday, 30 September, Arkaba Hotel, 150 Glen Osmond Road, Fullarton
  • Morgan – Tuesday, 6 October, Morgan Sports Clubrooms
  • Cambrai – Thursday, 8 October, Cambrai Sportsground

Tickets for each workshop: To keep track of numbers attending, due to COVID-19, tickets will be required for the session you would like to attend, please see link below to obtain your free ticket:

  • Mannum Tickets - here
  • Adelaide Tickets -  here
  • Morgan Tickets -  here
  • Cambrai Tickets -  here

Alternatively, you can also provide feedback in writing.

Written submissions can be posted to:

Strategic Plan feedback

Mid Murray Council

PO Box 28

Mannum SA 5238

Or email:

postbox@mid-murray.sa.gov.au (with 'Strategic Plan Feedback' as the subject line)

Next steps

Once Council has received community feedback, it will use this to finalise Our Plan 2020-24.

The revised plan will then be presented to Council for endorsement later this year. Once endorsed, Council will begin prioritising and delivering the actions within the plan.