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Vibrant February 2024 ECBAT Committee Meeting With Ward Councillors & CEO

ECBAT Committee Meeting - Feb 2024
ECBAT Committee Meeting – Feb 2024

The Eudunda Community, Business and Tourism Committee (ECBAT) Met on Tuesday 6th February 2024 at the Eudunda RSL Rooms. A good attendance by visitors came to listen to special guest David Stephenson (Regional Council of Goyder CEO) as well as our local Councillors, Debbie Hibbert (RCOG Deputy Mayor) and Judy Partington (Eudunda Ward Councillor) and John Neal (Robertstown Ward Councillor).

The interest by all was the up and coming ‘Goyder Master Plan’ which is currently in draft.

David was able to explain how the community could contribute to the master plan and what would be required to get the most attention to a project and how the projects would be evaluated and prioritised. David also stressed that many items could be actioned using what is know as ‘Minor Work Requests’ which can be submitted by anyone to Council. Minor works requests work well for grounds and amenities issues, as well as smaller town & country road issues.

ECBAT Committee Meeting - Feb 2024
ECBAT Committee Meeting – Feb 2024

A varied range of questions were fielded, from the status of the Eudunda Housing subdivision, Eudunda Main Street Speeds and aged care home maintenance funding to name a few.

Importantly, ECBAT also had some committee vacancies to fill and we are proud to announce these results:

Skye Harwood – Chairperson, Cr Judy Partington – Minute Secretary.
Jaimie-Lee Dunn, Michelle Booth, Rosie Fielder and Marissa Dunn were all welcomed as casual vacancies for ECBAT.

During the general meeting there was discussion about The Austrlai Day Breakfast – Debrief, SA Water Tank Grant (painting of water tank on the hill), The new Eudunda Brochure currently being worked on, A Memorandum of Understanding for ECBAT and Sub-Committees. news that the Eudunda Community Action Plan is at the printers – everyone will get a copy, The Tourism Action Plan is being worked on. Painting of the building Facades Project is looking for historic photos of the old Krummel’s Garage so it can be recreated. The Brown Tourism Signs waiting on funding. Lot 500 (that is the Oval and surrounds) has had ongoing consultation and will be reviewed soon. ECBAT is looking to add further flag poles to the gardens for special occasions.

Thank you to all those who attended, it was great to have so many public attend and this meant a lively and vibrant community meeting, which was fantastic.

ECBAT is looking to move meeting locations so keep your eyes open for further news.
The next meeting with be Tuesday 5th March 7pm – Venue TBA.

Article first posted on ECBAT website
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