So I rushed to the Blacktown Max Webber Library and was told by the kind customer service officers that there is no exhibition and no one knows where they are - after she checked with the Library Management - then she rang to speak to Customer Service Officer from The Mount Druitt Hub Library. Was advised they don't know of any documents that they had received. I wasn't upset. I was confused that an important document has been delayed and not properly placed in the libraries for exhibition by the launch of the exhibition on the 25th September 2013.
I have been speaking to people at work and on trains and buses promoting this important plan for future of Transport and public transport. I do understand that Council may be limited in how they can get the word across, I thought they would be going out to Libraries having community meetings, publicizing the importance of people can have their say. But it it just a few copies left on the table of a library and no poster, no announcements - that is no advocating for this just leave it that way.
Now I believe that copies have been received at all libraries with Blacktown City Council as follows:
Here is the actual details on the BCC Draft Integrated Transport Master Plan - The First Of Its Kind In Blacktown
Draft Integrated Transport Management Plan
|Exhibition Period:||25 September, 2013 to 26 October, 2013|
|Contact Officer:||Abdun Noor Senior Traffic Management Officer|
SubmissionsThe exhibition period will run from 25 September, 2013 to 26 October, 2013. Parties wishing to make comment on the Draft Integrated Transport Management Plan are invited to forward written submissions to Council by 4.30pm on Saturday, 26 October, 2013, quoting file reference 46-24-5/4.
Submissions can also be forwarded to Council via email at email@example.com.
A submission by way of objection must set out the grounds of the objection. Any information included in submissions may be made available to third parties in accordance with relevant legislation. A Disclosure Statement must be lodged by any person making a submission where a reportable political donation or gift has been made to certain people or organisations within 2 years before the submission is made.
Further information in relation to when a Disclosure Statement is required, and a copy of the required form to make such a Statement, is available here or from the Blacktown City Information Centre on telephone number 9839 6000.
InformationAll enquiries should be directed to Abdun Noor Senior Traffic Management Officer on (02) 9839 6000.
I have checked a local paper so far and found no adds relating to this so far - this may be interesting!
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