Wodonga Hills Advisory Group

Nominations closed on Friday, March 23, 2018.

Would you like to contribute to the sustainable management and community access for the Wodonga hills?

Wodonga Council is establishing a Wodonga Hills Advisory Group to provide advice to Council on aspects of the environmental sustainability and community use of Wodonga’s hills and to guide the implementation of the Wodonga Hills strategy.

Participation in this group will be on a voluntary basis with secretarial and other support provided by Council officers.

Council is seeking nominations from Wodonga residents to fill (4) positions on the advisory group of 9 members.

Four community members will make up the nine-member group with representation also from the CFA, Department of Water Environment, Land and Planning, Wodonga Urban Landcare Network and the Aboriginal community.

Council is also seeking nominations for one of the 4 resident positions to be a Chairperson of the group.

Residents will need to demonstrate relevant skills and/or interests in working on behalf of the community for the sustainability of and community access to - the hills environment around Wodonga.

It is expected that the advisory group will meet fortnightly for the first two months, progressing to 2 hours monthly, in the evening at Council Offices – and /or as members determine and approved by Council.

Further information and application forms are available on the Council website.

If you require further discussion, please contact Wodonga Council Chief Executive Officer, Patience Harrington on (02) 6022 9202.

June 27, 2018

Wodonga Council has appointed five community members to a new hills advisory group with a motion passed at the June council meeting.

March 23, 2018

Nominations for the Wodonga Hills Advisory Group have now closed.

We will be in touch with those who have nominated. Thank you,

Wodonga Council has appointed five community members to a new hills advisory group with a motion passed at the June council meeting.

The group will be chaired by Colin Elliott who has professional experience in science and engineering. He has extensive experience on committees including Regional Development Australia and been involved with many community consultation processes.

Mr Elliott will be joined by Lucy Widdup, Isuru Gamage, Joy Sloan and Adam Dyde.