Rural Living Victoria
Buloke Shire Council in north-central Victoria launched the Rural Living campaign to seek recognition at top government level that unless rural people have access to a basic suite of services, we will see our communities become more and more unliveable. In Buloke Shire and many other rural Victorian shires, our residents are disadvantaged compared to their city counterparts because we simply cannot deliver the level of services they are entitled to. RURAL LIVING seeks agreement to the concept that all Victorians, including the residents of small rural shires, are worthy of a specific minimum set of service levels.
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So what is this about?
Council Liveability: The Rural Advocacy campaign
is aimed at ensuring that all Victorians have access to minimum levels
of service that enable liveability and safety and that no communities fall
below these minimums. Please download our flyer HERE with an overview of the campaign.
Listen here to Buloke Mayor Cr Reid Mather outline the goals of Rural Living on Australian rural radio station FlowFM.
following is a listing of services that Councils need to be able to provide to
ensure their residents have access to minimum liveability and safety standards: