If you’ve got a bee in your bonnet about any of the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes’ local laws that govern our community then now’s the time to let them know about it.
The Shire is conducting one of the regular reviews of its laws and is seeking community feedback as part of the process.
When state laws, like the Dog Act and Cat Act change, then it’s vital that local government laws remain consistent with them.
The review is an opportunity to ensure that the Shire can still implement them effectively.
But it’s also an opportunity for people to raise any issues and concerns you may have with the Shire.
So whether it’s health and safety issues, fencing, parking, dogs and cats or bushfire brigades policies, you have until 4pm on September 25 to let them know about it.
“It’s one of those opportunities the community has to have a say on laws that govern the way they behave,” said Shire President, John Nicholas.