Tweed locals have a chance to raise issues with councillors at the Pottsville community markets on Sunday 19 February.
The next in the series of Councillors’ Community Catch-up will be held in the council’s Catch-up marquee at the markets from 9am to 1pm, giving residents the chance to drop in and talk to several councillors on any shire-related topic.
Mayor Barry Longland said the first two catch-ups last year had been a ‘wonderful chance for community members to talk face-to-face with the councillors about any issues they believe need to be addressed’.
‘Pottsville residents have shown tremendous community spirit at similar council forums in their town, so I expect the positive turnouts to continue at the 19 February stall,’ he said.
The catch-ups are held quarterly and rotate between community markets throughout Tweed Shire. For updates about the catch-ups,