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Have your say about the layout of Exeter Oval's sports fields and fence line.

Council was recently approached by an Exeter Oval user group to reconsider the layout of sporting fields. Following consultation with a number of organisations we are seeking feedback about which option is preferred by the community.

Please take a look at the options outlined in the information sheet recently distributed to Exeter residents and oval user groups.

There are a number of ways to ask a question or let us know what you think :

  1. Complete a survey
  2. Use the 'Ask a Question' tab to do just that or read the answers we have already provided.
The opportunity to comment concludes at 4pm Wednesday 1 October 2014.

PROJECT CONTACT:
Joshua Patterson, Recreation Planner
P: (02) 4868 0718 or email wscmail@wsc.nsw.gov.au





Have your say about the layout of Exeter Oval's sports fields and fence line.

Council was recently approached by an Exeter Oval user group to reconsider the layout of sporting fields. Following consultation with a number of organisations we are seeking feedback about which option is preferred by the community.

Please take a look at the options outlined in the information sheet recently distributed to Exeter residents and oval user groups.

There are a number of ways to ask a question or let us know what you think :

  1. Complete a survey
  2. Use the 'Ask a Question' tab to do just that or read the answers we have already provided.
The opportunity to comment concludes at 4pm Wednesday 1 October 2014.

PROJECT CONTACT:
Joshua Patterson, Recreation Planner
P: (02) 4868 0718 or email wscmail@wsc.nsw.gov.au



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