Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group recognised by City


Council officers with Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group members.
Council officers with Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group members.

THE long-standing Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group has been acknowledged for providing 20 years of invaluable advice to the City of Mandurah.

The group provides current and location-specific advice on how to protect the local environment for future generations.

City chief executive Mark Newman said the community and environmental value of the local area is well understood by the City and it valued the input from MEAG and other community environment groups.

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“We know our beautiful environment is of paramount importance for our community, our economy and our lifestyle, so we value the input of MEAG to ensure our actions now ensure that future generations can enjoy it,” he said.

The City highlighted the contribution of long-term MEAG members Allison Dixon and Shirley Joiner.

Both have made significant contributions to protecting Mandurah’s environment over an extended period.

Members volunteer at least half a day on a monthly basis to provide the City with current local environmental information, so that the decision-making is fully informed.