Llewellyn committee meets

THE new Willow Court Conservation Committee had held its first meeting and would soon call for community representation, general manager Stephen Mackey told a Derwent Valley Council workshop on Thursday night. Mr Mackey said the main business of the informal gathering had been to consider terms of reference for the new committee. The committee is expected to be formally established at the council’s June meeting.

Those at the initial committee meeting were Mr Llewellyn, mayor Martyn Evans, state government representative Michelle Moseley and architect Paul Lan. Also in attendance was the chairman of the Tasmanian Heritage Council, Dianne Snowden.

Mr Mackey said Mr Llewellyn would soon be asking the Friends of Frescati Committee and the Willow Court and Barracks Working Group to each put forward three nominations for potential community representatives on his committee.

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