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City of Greater Geelong reviewing Social Infrastructure Plan

The City of Greater Geelong is holding a series of focus groups across the region to review the City's Social Infrastructure Plan 2014 - 2031.

The plan provides direction and sets priorities on City owned community spaces and places including, for example,  community centres, sports pavilions, kindergartens, senior citizens' centres, public libraries and maternal and child health centres.

The City is seeking community input through a series of focus groups in December or online at www.geelongaustralia.com.au/yoursay

 

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