Four passionate Lucindale residents are being sought to assist the newly-formed Lucindale Masterplan Centenary Working Group.
According to Naracoorte Lucindale Council, the group will be responsible for assisting council in planning and implementing upgrades of Centenary Park, information signage, plus provide advice and consideration to the design of the Main Street Precinct.
The developments fall under the Lucindale's Master Plan and Urban Design Framework which was endorsed by the council during its February 26 meeting this year through a motion moved by Cr Rayner and seconded by Cr Grundy.
Council CEO Trevor Smart said the master plan seeks to improve Centenary Park, with a budget of $90,000, plus a further $15,000 put aside in the 2020-21 budget for the town's 'wayfinding' signage project.
"There is a further $40,000 and $10,000 from the Federal Government Local Roads & Community Infrastructure Program to go towards improving paving, and upgrading the access road respectively within Centenary Park, providing a total of $155,000 of funding for 2020/21 towards the Lucindale Masterplan implementation," Mr Smart said.
"The plan's adoption also follows extensive community engagement and consultation undertaken in 2019, with council respecting the Lucindale communities input and direction into the Masterplan by not making any amendments prior to formal adoption."
The working group will be supported by Mayor Erika Vickery and councillors Trevor Rayner, Tom Dennis and Monique Crossling.
Nominations for the four positions are open until 9am Monday, August 17, 2020.
To find out more about the working group or to nominate click here.