Community members will have an opportunity to voice their concerns and queries directly to their Federal Member of Parliament this month as Tony Pasin travels around the Barossa and surrounds.
Hosting a series of five community forums throughout the month, Tony Pasin MP says he is keen to “understand what is important” to his constituents.
Mr Pasin is asking people to register online or call 08 8531 2466 to RSVP for the following meetings.
- Freeling-Greenock - March 6, at Institute Building, Clarke St, Freeling at 6:30pm ~ 8pm
- Kapunda - March 13, at Kapunda Bowling Club, 19 Montefiore St, Kapunda at 6:30pm ~ 8pm
- Williamstown - March 20, at Soldier’s Memorial Hall, Queen St, Williamstown at 6:30pm ~ 8pm
- Lyndoch - March 28, at Lyndoch Library, 29 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch at 6:30pm ~ 8pm
“I try and be as accessible as possible as I travel around the electorate,” Mr Pasin said.
“I have mobile offices at farm fairs, field days and shows to ensure that I’m available as much as possible to speak with my constituents in person.”
“I am most effective in Canberra as a representative for Barker when I have a clear understanding about what is important to my constituents.”
“That’s why I’m encouraging residents to come along and share their views with me when I’m in their local area.”
To register to attend the meeting go to http://www.tonypasin.com/community/ or call Mr Pasin’s electorate office on 0885312466.