Focus on our vision
We want to know how you feel about our vision, to see whether anything needs to be changed.
The MidCoast Community Strategic Plan 2030 – Shared Vision, Shared Responsibility was developed in 2018, after extensive consultation with MidCoast locals right across our region.
As we track towards our vision for 2030, we’ve been checking in with you regularly in many different ways, to ensure that your priorities continue to be reflected in the Plan and its objectives and strategies continue to meet your needs and stay on track to achieve our vision for 2030.
Now it’s time to check in with you again and update our community strategic plan, MidCoast 2030: Shared Vision, Shared Responsibility.
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In 2018, MidCoast community developed MidCoast 2030: Shared Vision, Shared Responsibility - our very own community strategic plan with 5 important priorities:
The community also identified important actions to achieve these priorities.
The Community Strategic Plan:
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The Community Strategic Plan 2030 is our focus for the future – but over time things can change, and new priorities can emerge.
We know that since the community developed the plan in 2018 we’ve experienced a range of events that have impacted us, from an unprecedented drought, to bushfires, pandemic and then floods.
We want to ask you now:
Think of it as ‘tweaking’ the long term plan to respond to changes that we’ve seen on the MidCoast!
You can participate in shaping the MidCoast’s future by helping us now adjust our 2030 Community Strategic Plan.
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We want to know how you feel about our vision, to see whether anything needs to be changed.
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