Seymour was home to one of this year’s nine Victorian Regional Assemblies, which collectively saw more than 2000 attendees.
Forming part of the Victorian Government’s Regional Partnership Model, the assemblies, now in their second year, were held between June and October and are designed to provide insight into the priorities and aspirations of regional communities across Victoria.
Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford said she was grateful for the high level of engagement from regional Victorians.
‘‘When the Premier launched the Regional Partnership model of consultation, he had a simple and strong message — local communities are in the best place to determine their priorities,’’ she said.
‘‘Through our Regional Partnerships and Assemblies, we are hearing local priorities.
‘‘We listened last year and we are delivering on that now — and we look forward to delivering again for local communities in the coming years.’’
●For reports go to engage.vic.gov.au/regions