Community ‘jury’ presents big ideas for a better future for Carnarvon

Phoebe PinMidwest Times
Members of the Carnarvon 'community jury' discussing their ideas for the future.
Camera IconMembers of the Carnarvon 'community jury' discussing their ideas for the future. Credit: Shire of Carnarvon

Carnarvon locals have been putting their heads together to come up with a plan to make the Gascoyne town a better place to live and work.

Members of the community ‘jury’ have spent recent weeks brainstorming what their ideal Carnarvon would look like and what measures could be put in place to help achieve that vision.

The sessions have seen each ‘juror’ present their ideas to the group, who then work to strengthen the proposal alongside Shire of Carnarvon specialists.

At the final session, jury members will be finalising their ideas and presenting it in a report to be delivered to the council and the wider community.

Shire of Carnarvon president Eddie Smith said the program had so far been a success and gave locals the opportunity to engage with plans for their future.

“Members of the jury sat down with Shire officers and have some stimulating discussions about our shared big ideas for the future of Carnarvon,” he said.

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