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MEDIA RELEASE – Council adopts new
corporate plan to support community’s vision
The Shire of Manjimup Council, at
its most recent meeting, formally adopted a new Strategic Community Plan
2017-2027 and Corporate Business Plan 2017-2021 following a major
review of both documents. These documents are the two highest-level strategic
plans administered by the Shire.
The Strategic Community Plan
(ten-year plan) outlines the strategic priorities to address the community’s
long-term vision. The priorities and goals of the Strategic Community Plan are
driven by community engagement and takes a ‘whole of Shire’ approach, meaning
that every Shire resident, community organisation and business could
potentially contribute to our desired community goals and to ultimately achieve
the vision we all share. State and federal government agencies also have a part
to play in delivering the Plan’s strategies.
“The Strategic Community Plan is
entirely underpinned by the aspirations and values of the people who matter the
most – Shire residents and ratepayers”, said Shire President, Paul Omodei. “We
received more than 730 contributions from community members through
participation in surveys, workshops and meetings, which has allowed us to
conduct rigorous statistical analysis on the collected data and enabled us to
produce a plan that truly reflects the community’s vision for our region”.
The Corporate Business Plan
(four-year plan) defines the actions the Shire will undertake to contribute to
the achievement of the community goals and strategies outlined in the Strategic
Community Plan. This plan will be the key reference for the Shire’s
administration when it comes to its priority focus and when submitting
quarterly and annual progress reports on outcomes.
“The actions contained within the
Corporate Business Plan are specific, measureable and realistic and directly
linked to the community’s goals”, said Omodei. “The community can keep an eye
on our progress as we will publish our achievements against both plans in the
Shire’s Annual Report at the end of the new financial year.”
Copies of the plans can be
downloaded here or viewed at one
of the Shire’s public libraries in Manjimup, Pemberton, Northcliffe or Walpole.
Authorised by Andrew Campbell,
Chief Executive Officer
Contact: 9771 7777
Contact for comment: Paul Omodei,
Contact: 0448 810 773