ON EXHIBITION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT AND EOI
‘What do you think?’
Orange City Council regularly asks for community comment on a range of proposed changes.
In some cases government regulations require changes to major policies to be publicly released for comment before changes come into effect.
In all cases when there's a significant shift in policy the council genuinely wants to hear about the views and expertise of the community.
Have your say
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There are currently 2 matters on exhibition for public comment.
1. Community Strategic Plan
Orange City Council's annual 'budget', comprised of the Draft Community Strategic Plan, the Draft Delivery & Operational Plan and the Draft Asset Management Plans are currently on-show for public comment.
The detailed documents can be downloaded here.
DEADLINE : Comments on these plans must be received by 3pm 18 June.
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2. Draft Voluntary Planning Agreement
A proposed agreement between Cadia Valley Operations, operators of the Cadia mine, and the three councils of Orange City, Cabonne and Blayney is currently on public display for comment.
The agreement covers the financial contribution which the mine will make to the surrounding community as part of the development consent.
The details of the proposed agreement can be downloaded here in the Draft Planning Agreement as well as these Draft Explanatory Notes.
Enquiries about the agreement should be directed to David Waddell, Director of Planning & Development at Orange City Council Ph 6393 8000.
Formal comments should be directed to the :
General Manager ~ Orange City Council as detailed below.
DEADLINE FOR COMMENTS : The deadline for comments is 5pm, Monday 27 May, 2013.
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Having your say:
Orange City Council seeks community input and feedback on a range of issues.
Stakeholder engagement is an important element of the Council decision-making process.
Comments and submissions must be made in writing so they can be serioulsy considered and the information collated into a report.
Comments can only be considered as formal submissions if the author's details are included. Submissions could be made public as part of Council reports.
Because a number of matters are always up for public comment, submissions must make it clear which topic is being addressed.
Submissions can be sent by mail to:
Orange City Council
PO Box 35
Orange NSW 2800
Submissions can also be made by email to email@example.com
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