Future talk: (from left) Kingsley and Sonja Carr, Kerri-ann Lamb and Brads Jones are keenly awaiting tonight’s forum at Killarney.
Future talk: (from left) Kingsley and Sonja Carr, Kerri-ann Lamb and Brads Jones are keenly awaiting tonight’s forum at Killarney.

Workshop a chance to have say

IF the future of Killarney concerns you, tonight is the chance to voice your opinion, concerns and vision at the Southern Downs Economic Development workshop.

Southern Downs Economic Development officer John Randall said obtaining key business and community input was vital to developing a cohesive economic plan for the region’s future, especially since the abattoir closure.

“A key part of the new Economic Development Strategy will be to identify new business and industry opportunities for Killarney,” Mr Randall said. “The strategy will map out an action plan to turn these opportunities into reality.”

Wickham Farms’ Kerri-ann Lamb said she supported the business growth initiative.

“We’re keen to support the growth of the town,” she said.

The workshop will be at Killarney Bowls Club, Arbutus Street, at 6pm. Call 4661 7332 for details.



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